Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Happy Bastille Day!






These are pictures from a little French party that Lulu had. The guests sampled French perfumes and dined on a little pastries and grape juice. I covered the table with real rose petals, a very economical table decoration.

14 comments:

Katie Runnels said...

wow! that peace brie takes the cake! xo

Karen from A`Musements said...

I don't remember getting my invitation to this scrumptious fete.... perhaps next year? ;-)
What a wonderful time Lulu's guests must have had.... au de Bastille, and all that.
What fun memories for everyone, Linda~~
xoxo
Karen

Marybeth said...

You have more talent in your left pinky that I have in my entire body (and that's a big body!).

Coco said...

Just give me the brie and no one will get hurt. Very nice.

Saucy said...

I knew that of all the folks on the blogs, you and Lulu would put on a fine Bastille Day shindig!

Idea: next year you should host a virtual party for the day! I would be the first to sign up for the fun.

Joan@anythinggoeshere said...

That's a peace brie, isn't it?????? How fun.

LiLi M. said...

Mmm! I love it! I vollunteer to cut out the Camembert next year! I remember vividly the first time I was in rural France on le quatorze Juillet. Here Queens day is celebrated with flea markets and drumbands in every nook of the country. Well let's say that the French probably had their festivities inside the house, maybe a little festive supper...What a bummer! But you had a great party AND share, thanks!

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

Too sweet! Love the whole combination of goodies! What fun!!!

Babsarella said...

How totally adorable!!! I love Madeline. Unfortunately Miss B is too old to play with them, but I can't bear to part with them. We have a super large one, then the soft dressable ones...including all her friends, then then the smaller dressable ones with little cases and cute accessories. Sigh..sniff...I miss the days of scouting for cute new outfits for her. Thanks for bringing back the fond memories.

Ronnie said...

Linda, thought you might be interested to know that Cedric Smith is back blogging again. A case of burn out. ALSO, since we painted part of the house (inside) and had to move most of the stuff out, I want you to know you have influenced me in how things are put back. Much less for starters. Thanks for that.

Linda Crispell said...

Ronnie- That is a very nice thing to say, especially coming from someone with your creativity!
I will pop over to Cedric Smith's blog, he creates the most extraordinary pieces!

Sarah said...

I love the peace sign! What did you do with the pieces you cut out? I hope you had some fondue for supper or something. Nice work as usual!

caren said...

Your party sounds like so much fun and good food!

Anita said...

What a wonderful Bastille Day fete! Exceptionelle! Ad the cheese peace sign is, well- parfait!

Anita