Joining Lady Marty

Ha! First time...

I was really eager to join Lady Marty with her meme every Tuesday quite awhile now, but there are so many hindrances on the way.

Anyway, as this is my first time, I don't really quite sure what to share & show to her avid participants. Hmmm... a girl from nowhere, joining this meme?" dóh!!!" my family said. Do you think they peep in, in your post? I said, "no worries, this is just a game. A true blogger visits everyone who visits her". Well, as what I read about the information of blogging rules.

Whatevah!!! I give my best shots, then! So here are my first shots for today...
Preparing for MOTH (man of the house) Father's Day
This dishes are an 85 yrs old treasures given by my MIL
Sweethearts (dove for peace & peacock for eternity)
A 24 carat plated dessert set was a gift from Abu Dhabi
Modified candle holders to fit the theme of the day...
French Luminarc water glass accompanied by Orrefors crystal wine glass
Table napkin is match with the tablecloth, also from Abu Dhabi
With golden thread that embroidered around
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After celebrating the European Father's Day last week-end, I have to rush to change the decos and get ready for the Swedish tradition.

It happens that me, my cousins & their families gathered at home during first Sunday b4 Christmas Day, they call it First Advent. So, on November 28th, everybody will come and gather in my crib and of course, I will make the Swedish mulled wine. This year is with a taste of safron.

Red for mulled wine with alcohol & non-alcoholic for the white set
A simple centerpiece planned...
The motiffs: red, white & silver in the kitchen...
These are the mulled wines, left from 2005
Middle is non-alcoholic to those who drive
Third is 2010 with a taste of safron
Cloché with Christmas decos..

THANK YOU, MARTY at:
for sharing your great ideas & giving me the inspiration.
You know what I mean and I do appreciate and mean it.
KEEP WARM SWEET LADIES...
HAPPY TABLE TOP TUESDAY...


Kommentarer

  1. Such a beautiful table. I love learning about other people's cultures. Love the linens and the peacocks.

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  2. Your Father's day table is so pretty and what a thrill to have such beautiful dishes handed down to you. Lovely. Your mulled wines look fabulous too and both sets for it are perfect. Beautiful home and lovely decor. I really love your cloche, one of my favorite things. Thanks so much for linking to TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  3. I didn't notice a follow button on your blog. Just go to gadgets and add it to your sidebar so everyone can follow you and always see your posts. So interesting to learn about your culture and to share you posts with everyone. Hugs, Marty

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  4. WONDERFUL! What a beautiful table setting -- the gold utensil set is beautiful.

    Please post your mulled wine recipe!

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  5. What a walk through your life, at least on this special day. Love those old dishes the best.

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  6. Beautiful, beautiful table!! And your home is just lovely!

    XO,
    Jane

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  7. Your tablesetting is just beautiful!!! Love the china with the chargers, the flatware, and the way you have the candles. Very chic and pretty! Your father will love it. Like that Christmas decor too! Thanks for visiting. Your welcome anytime.
    Sherry

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  8. So very nice to meet you - thanks for visiting my blog! I loved your Father's day table setting. The dishes from your MIL are a treasure. The red, white and silver is very pretty too. I absolutely love your cloche. I have one that I have a pretty candle in right now.

    SvaraRadera
  9. Idag behöver man en sån go pläd, här blåser det jättekallt. Du är fantastisk med dina dukningar, alltid lika fint. Läckert med påfågeln som dekor. Och härligt med glögg, varmt och sött passar bra denna kalla årstid.
    Ha det gott vännen
    Kramar
    AnnaMaria

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  10. Richie, you table is so elegant, hope your man appreciated it! The flatware is beautiful.

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  11. I'm always glad when I see that you've joined all of us in blogworld! I am enjoying learning about life in Sweden. Your china, crystal, and gold flatware are beautiful, and I am especially taken with your gorgeous tablecloth. It is absolutely lovely. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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  12. You have such exquisite tableware, Richie. I love the peacocks too. I hope you manage to stay warm...Christine

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  13. Thank you for your visit and your very sweet words. I have been gone and am now catching up with "blog" life. I've read 3 of your posts so far this evening..

    Stockholm, well I'm sure although cold and dreary it can be very beautiful too. But I know when it's dreary I need some sun to make my life run!! I am solar powered.

    Your MIL's dishes she gave you are a treasure. I love those types of treasures. They keep the circle moving... Happy Advent - thank you for the reminder. I have to get my advent wreath and candles out!!

    SvaraRadera

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