Even though today happened to be a cloudy day, the bright colored floral tea cups cheered us up.
Sweet Surrender makes the most amazing pastries.
We chose a rich, dark chocolate cupcake with toffee crumbled on bottom and top. It is called an English Toffee cupcake. The other cupcake was called Snickerdoodle. The bar had a cookie base with layers of chocolate chunks and nuts with a cream cheese type top. It was called Neiman Marcus bar
We decided to cut each of our desserts and share so we could have a bite of each pastry. The cute heart napkins were purchased at the new Hobby Lobby store one hour north in Visalia, CA. I think this antique knife is called a fish knife but I used it to serve the pastry pieces.
We boiled water for tea in the tea kettle just purchased from Home Goods.
This is an antique box I keep tea in.
I'm not sure it is actually meant to be a tea caddy but it is perfect with the silhouette of a Victorian couple having tea.
(She decided to have milk with her rich desserts)
What fun it was to have
"Dessert and Tea for Three"