| Top 4 Uses of Spongeware for Weddings
Posted by Ann Marie on 10/7/2014
Imagine several pieces of distinctly
exquisite pieces of pottery displayed in a laidback garden wedding or used as
lovely ornaments for a charming countryside wedding.
Spongeware, a particular type of art
applied on pots, goes a long way back and presently continues to capture the
eyes and hearts of many. The simple yet stylish beauty of such design makes
weddings even more beautiful and memorable.
4 Reasons Why Tea Sets Make for a Great Gift
A lot of people drink tea and coffee on a
regular basis at home. This is why coming up with a tea set that you yourself put
together will make for a useful and meaningful gift.
Just imagine how actual tea leaves combined
with carefully chosen teapots, cups and saucers, and even spoons and infusers
packaged as one will make your loved one feel. Such sets are great presents for
weddings, anniversaries, house blessings, and birthdays. They are also
wonderful as tokens of appreciation and gratitude.
Great Gift Ideas for Mother's Day
Posted by Ann Marie on 5/2/2014
When Mother's Day comes around, you likely find yourself scrambling to find the perfect gift for your mom and maybe even a mother-in-law. While moms will usually appreciate anything that their child gives them, even adult children, it is still nice to choose a very thoughtful gift. The good news is that you have many options and mom is sure to appreciate some of the most popular Mother's Day gift ideas.
Mother's Day - An American Tradition Gone Viral
Posted by Ann Marie on 4/26/2014
As we pass the Easter holiday and the wonderful times had by kids with their candies, chocolate bunnies and Easter egg hunts, our thoughts - at least here in the U.S. - tend to move toward Mother's Day, to celebrate those who bring those Easter egg-hunters into this world.
The ever-delightful practice of having afternoon tea originated from the time of Britain’s royal duchess of Bedford, Anna. Anna enjoyed drinking tea and eating light refreshments during the afternoon at a time when the British were known to only eat breakfast and dinner. Because it was such a novelty that was met with significantly excellent reception, the Duchess transformed the occasion into a social event by inviting friends, thereby creating a charming custom now known and practiced by Brits everywhere: the afternoon tea.