Thursday, April 4, 2019

FABBY: March Rosary Prayers

Hello sweet friends !

Rosary prayers was here again, last Wednesday of every month. 

I so love this gathering with good friends, and I especially like the fact it's in my house and so I love preparing the flowers and candle for the image of the 'Virgin Mary' in the living room where we do our prayers.

We pray for all the sick and needy.  As always, you are welcome for us to pray for you and your family, no matter what the reason and no matter your religion; God always listens to our pleads.

Wishing you many blessings this Easter Season.

This is a lovely "Polish Wawel" china my mom gave me several years ago, it's from 'way back' from my childhood in Astoria, NY. So it was for eight place settings originally, but now there's only six places left, but it's ok, as I have set it in the round breakfast table.

Anyhow, the teacups, saucers, cake plates, sugar bowl and creamer are in perfect condition for eight places.

Here is my March Rosary tea table setting with them. 

As I have mention it before; our tea time is 'very humble' as the idea isn't  'social,' therefore just tea or coffee, warm bread, cheese and usually homemade marmalade, is served.

I do love to create a pretty setting nonetheless.

What you see in the white bowl is "Dulce de Leche" which is yummy inside any bread, but specially in the center of warm 'Croissants.'

I love the shape of the teacups, the dainty pattern in light blue and silver edges.

As chargers I used some bigger Transferware plates in blue and white.

The centerpiece flowers were arranged on a Chinese pot, flanked by two small 'French country kids' busts I fell for them, some years ago at an antique shop and two candle holders made back at our Ceramic Co.

In the back of the place setting is the bread basket with a "hand embroidered" cover in blue flowers, which also keeps the bread warm from the oven.

Don't you love the shapes of the lovely "Polish Wawel" china? I guess the teapot broke someday way back, I have to ask my mom about it.

Thank you for your sweet comments dear friend, you always make my day !

Thanking the lovely hostesses for having me at their great parties.


I will party here:

Tablescape Thursday

Friday Feature Link Party

Flaunt it Fridays

Friday Favorites Link Party

Sweet Inspiration Link Party

Saturday Sparks

Best of the Weekend

"Anything Goes" Pink Saturday

The Homemaking Party

Dishing it & Digging it

Amaze Me Monday

Creative Mondays Link up

Make it Pretty Monday


Inspire Me Tuesday

Share Your Style


  1. Oh I too love the shapes of those beautiful tea cups. YES, YES, YES! Your table is lovely dear Fabby. I have not set my table for Easter yet. Oh my! I need to take the time to do that and have my dishes ready to set out too. Mercy. I am slacking. Happy Day to you. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  2. You do know I am crazy for porcelain so I really looove this table!Amazing figurines and candle holders.Gorgeous centerpiece.Your china is amazing too!Hugs!

  3. Dearest Fabby,
    Lovely setting and always interesting to read your stories that go with all the fine pieces!
    A joy to see you use a knife rest and very clever doing wo when using marmelade.
    Sending you hugs,

  4. What a lovely combination of elements you have chosen for your table. You are always good at putting things together.

  5. Such lovely patterned china and intricate shapes! They're extra special when they come with memories. Have a great weekend!

  6. What a beautiful table for a beautiful gathering. I love that you gather together to pray for others.

  7. Your table is lovely, and I love that china. The colors are so soft and pretty. And what a special gathering to be able to host in your home. Thanks so much for sharing your home and your stories at Sweet Inspiration!


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