Grapevine tea party for two


There is an old backstop that has a grapevine growing around it that I pass every time we go to church. I've been waiting for the right time to take some photos here and decided that my grandmother's birthday was the perfect day.

The chandelier was my original inspiration for these photos...my Mom made the fun rosettes to give it a vintage feel. She is like my Mimi...so gifted and always willing to share her talents with others.


I also took a tea set my grandmother gave me and the china plates she hand painted that just happened to have grapes on them...perfect for our setting!


Mimi would often write little notes on the bottom of things that she knew we loved. Lily is holding up the tea pot here with my grandmother's note..."for Amy...she loves it!"


My Mom was serving "tea" when Lily noticed the little note on the bottom of the tea pot. It makes me happy that three generations are represented in these photos. Even though my grandmother isn't here...her legacy of love for our family still remains. Oh how she would have loved Lily!


Lily loves my Mom and soaks up every minute of their play time together. Mom was a real sport going out on a hot muggy day to help me take these photos... even my Dad came along with us.
Little did we know some chiggers joined in on the fun that day.  



Lily had fun playing "telephone" and drinking "tea" with her Gaga.


The love they share together makes my heart full.  

the long road


Jessica said...

What a fun tea party! I love the little note on the bottom of the tea pot. It sounds like a great tradition.

Brooke said...

These are GORGEOUS and SO sweet! What a treasure to have such a special tea set! What collage did you use for these? I like the simplicity of them. :) xoxo! Brooke

kristinvald said...

Wow.....these photos are just wonderful and so precious.....my heart just melted !! I just did a tea party photo shoot today with my girls :-)

...melody... said...

Oh wow...these are fabulous! What wonderful memories you little girl is going to have of these truly precious moments. Love the dreamy quality the shots all have. :)

likeschocolate said...

These are beautiful! What a treasure to have! Little girls and their grandma's always have such a special bond.

Sophie said...

These pictures are breathtaking! Such precious memories created, your daughter is simply gorgeous and your mother is a stunning woman, God bless!

Diane said...

Oh my goodness! So touching and heartwarming...absolutely gorgeous!! You are such an inspiration in everything you do! I must say....I think this series of photographs of Lily and her Grandmother are my all time fav's of your work.....such a treasure!
God Bless,

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