Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Breakfast In Paris

I'm afraid breakfast in Paris will have to wait until next year but a girl can dream 
This breakfast tray was inspired by this cute bread plate found at Ross
I love all the colors in this square plate
I used a soft pink and soft blue plate underneath
The silverware is Reed & Barton Sterling
in the Tara pattern from 1955
This cute napkin ring pairs with a simple white napkin with a touch of pink
This pink glass Eiffel Tower helps me dream
This breakfast must include a croissant and cafe au lait in a vintage pink cup!
I have a set of Eiffel Tower note cards from the fabulous Fifi Flowers Etsy shop
Maybe you will join me?
As I dream of breakfast in Paris!

I'm joining
Let's Dish with the lovely Kathleen.
Thrifty Things Friday
and 
Potpourri Friday

Merci Beaucoup!

Linda


36 comments:

Gina said...

This is so pretty! I love the bread plate & the pink Eiffel tower. I will definitely join you & dream of Paris!

Jane and Chris said...

I've had breakfast in Paris..several times. It was never this pretty.
Jane x

Mary Smither said...

Our breakfast in Paris wasn't all that either, but the atmosphere was pretty wonderful! Looks great!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Looks like a fun and colorful breakfast Linda! I know you'll have a blast on your trip:@)

Sarah said...

Linda, this tray is adorable. I love the pink ET bottle. So excited for you about your upcoming trip to Paris.

Sarah said...

Linda, this tray is adorable. I love the pink ET bottle. So excited for you about your upcoming trip to Paris.

Kathe said...

What a pretty breakfast tray you set Linda! I love the Eiffel Tower and the bread plate. Someday you will have breakfast there :-) I know you will!

kitty said...

It's always good to dream, Linda!! I'd like to join you at your Paris tablescape. A croissant and a cup of tea sounds perfect to me.

SixBalloons said...

Linda, everything is so dreamy, but the glass eiffel tower is my favourite!

The Cat Guy said...

I can't wait to hear all about your amazing trip to Paris!! I'm sure it will be here before you know it, but waiting can be so hard!!! Like waiting for Santa to come on Christmas eve!

BECKY said...

Linda, I love everything about it....but especially the darling little pink Eiffel Tower!

Vonlipi said...

OUI OUI! I love anything with the Eiffel tower!

I'm an Eiffel tower junkie ;)

Have a great night my friend

Hugs

Valerie XXX

It's All Connected said...

With your imagination and style you can dine anywhere in the world you like, whenever you like! It's very pretty. ~ Maureen

Susan said...

"Qui qui," I would love to join you at that lovely table, Linda. Nice job! Susan

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

What fun, Linda! I love that pink Eiffel Tower! Of course, I will join you...wishing to be Paris! I'll translate for you if you'll slip me in your suitcase! :-) Hugs...Debbie

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

I will dream with you, and look forward to hearing more about your trip once it gets closer. Beautiful tray! So excited for you.

ImSoVintage said...

You've made me dream of Paris this morning, too :)

Cheri said...

What a cute place setting...it certainly gets you in the mood for Paris.

A Walk in the Countryside said...

I love the bread plates! and your pink plates! I've been on the lookout for some pink ones but haven't some across any!

De tout, de rien said...

I see you're getting in the mood early for your trip! You will love eating breakfast at a café or bistrot and watch the world go by. Sigh! I miss it!

What a lovely setting. I love the little pink Eiffel Tower. I could kick myself for not buying an Eiffel Tower salt and pepper shaker set at the airport. Next time perhaps!

xinex said...

What a cyte breakfast tray, Linda. We are scheduled to go back to Paris next year too and I can't wait....Christine

gail said...

Linda when do you go to Paris. I think it was April?
Oh what a wonderful place to have breakfast!
xoxo
gail

the cape on the corner said...

oh yes, this should definitely have a coissant. i love that this is on a tray, like you're just taking it to your little balcony and sitting outside of course.

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

When do we leave? What a lovely table scape Linda. The little plate and the pink Eiffel tower are so sweet.

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

Your dream trip will be here before you know it! Love the little pink glass Eiffel Tower!

Jacquelineand.... said...

What a lovely tablescape; I'm thinking it would be a perfect breakfast in bed on a birthday. Love the pink glass Eiffel Tower.

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Booo Hooooo!
Why does Paris have to wait??
BUT- with this much time, you could put together a Paris trip with fellow bloggers and have a "Blogging good Time in Jolly Ole Paris!!"
Whoops- that England. . . . . doesn't matter Linda - you could still get some blogging friends together and blog through Paris and show us what we're missing in every nook and crannie!! Would be fun following you there!
Keep the dream and you will go!!

The Single Nester said...

I love Fifi's shop too! That plate is adorable.

Chatty Crone said...

Did you just find those Paris plates - I love them and how perfect for you - all those items were adorable.

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Love these pretty soft colors together! Beautiful "trayscape!"

I hope you get to go to Paris soon! My daughter went on her honeymoon!

Katherine

Shelia said...

Hi Linda! Oh what a lovely tray filled with Paris! I love it.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Laurie Ritchey said...

Ahhh, Linda, this is so pretty. I love the soft colors, and that bread plate is perfect. This would be such a wonderful way to wake up, and keep dreaming! laurie

Sherry@Back2Vintage said...

It will be worth the wait! At least you have lovely Parisenne touches to brighten up your breakfast!

20 North Ora said...

How inviting!! Really pretty colors. We can dream!

Judy

Thanks for visiting 20 North Ora

Kathleen said...

Oh that is so sweet! Love the plates and that Eifel tower is wonderful. I must be strange as I have never had the desire to go to Paris! Good thing too, I could never afford it!
Hey, how is your mom doing?
Thanks for linking to Let's Dish!

Diann said...

Hi Linda! This is such a sweet and soft breakfast tray. Everything goes just perfectly! Thank you for sharing at TTF. Have a fun day!