Table for Fifi and Guests...

TODAY... I hand my blog over to French speaking Kelly of DesignTies...
There is a translation feature in my sidebar for non-French speaking visitors... if you wish to know exactly what is said in this post... or just simply ENJOY the party...

Bonjour, et bienvenue!! Aujourd’hui, j’avais l’honneur de créer une table pour la belle Mademoiselle Fifi Flowers. Suivez-nous à la France…
Nous avons trouvé un maison à la campagne en Provence
…auprès des champs de lavande. Pouvez-vous scentir l’arôme des fleurs mauves??
Et voici, la table dans le jardinPour commencer, je mis une nappe St. Jean De Luz en jaune, orange, rouge, et blanche sur la table... Puis les vaisselles dans les mêmes couleurs que la nappe… avec les fleurs pour Fifi, bien sûr!!

Et un plat avec les rubans
Les services de couverts (fourchettes, cuillères, et couteaux) en argent et lucite…
Voulez-vous un Perrier avec un tranche du citron vert?
Et nous avons besoins les verres cristals pour la champagne!!
Il faut avoir les fleurs pour créer l’ambiance… aimez-vous les soucis francais en jaune brillante??
N’oublions-pas les bracelets “Champs Eysées”… peut-etre comme les ronds de serviettes
Fifi, il y a une place ici pour toi… Pour le petit repas, nous mangeons des baguettes
…et les croissants chauds avec beaucoup du beurre!! Les fromages Françaises…
…et une mousse de betterave et radis. La rose est très jolie, n’est-ce-pas??
Et enfin, nous irons a la crêperie pour le dessert

…les crêpes avec les bleuets, framboises, et fraisesJ’espère que vous avez aimé notre voyage à la Provence et notre petit repas Français dans le jardin avec Fifi :-)
Merci et au revoir!!

Picture credits
#1 House: Avignon-et-Provence #2 Lavender field: Better photo
#3 Table in garden: Avignon-et-Provence #4 Tablecloth: Jackryn
#5, 6, 7, 8 Four plates, #12 champagne glass: La Table d’Arc
#9 Cutlery: The French House #10 Perrier: Wiki-land
#11 Tumbler: Le Tom #13 Champagne: Wikipedia
#14 Yellow marigold: Wikimedia #15 Champs Elysée bracelets: Armchair Trader
#16 Placecard holder: Pierre Deux #17 Baguettes: Flickr
#18 Croissants: My Bakery Delights #19 Cheeses: Flickr
#20 Beet & radish mousse: La Tartinade Gourmande
#21 Creperie: Flickr #22 Crepe: Becky Higgins

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Merci Beaucoup Kelly... your guest post was FAB! What a delicious day you put together for all of the lovely people stopping by today! I know you ALL hate to leave... but it is only fair that you visit all the Tablescape Thursday participants over at Between Naps on the Porch!

Oooooh... Don't forget to come back tomorrow for Fashionable Friday (post will be online 5/28/09 @ 7pm PDT if you want to link your Fashionable Post to my Fashionable Friday blog party) ... there will be 3 Coco Chanel quote books to be given away... you don't want to miss your chance to WIN!!!

38 comments:

KayEllen said...

Beautiful Miss Fifi!!!

Have a wonderful rest of your week!!

Stunning Garden shot!!!Lavendar envy!!!

Really pretty photos:)

KayEllen

Draffin Bears said...

Beautiful post ~ I love everything from the lavender fields to the Moet and the Perrier water and pastries.

Fifi, you are one of the winners of my birthday giveaway, so I will be in touch soon.

Hugs
Carolyn

Danielle said...

I came over to see your blog, and now I'm hungry. At 11:00 at night! :)

If you decide you would like a blog makeover I would absolutely love to work with you!

FrenchBlue said...

Fifiness~~
Amazing photos! Those crepes are driving me nutz~
Xoxox's

Scintilla @ Bell'Avventura said...

I enjoyed the trip,and I didn't have to translate ! Very inviting jardin.

vicki archer said...

Totally delish! xv

Les Cotrions said...

Hi Fifi! Your French post is faboulos and I love France! Provence is one of my favourite destination and having a mas...a dream for me!
Thanks for sharing the party!
Warm greetings
Vale

Patty said...

Oh so many wonderful things. I do love the lavender fields especially. Doesn't everyone?

Bonnie said...

What absolutely gorgeous pictures! My favorite is the creperie. The greenery and flowers are beautiful. I would love a latte and a blueberry crepe and pretend I am in the French countryside.

kate said...

Merci, merci, so beautiful!! Each photo was better than the next...did you know in Cornwall, UK, they still call napkins, serviettes??? funny. Best to you
thanks again
kate

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

This is a gorgeous post, Fifi! Fantabulous photos!

Couture Carrie said...

Merci!
What an inspiring post! Moet? Croissants? Lavender? Sign me up!

xoxox,
CC

maidenshade said...

Good Morning,

What a lovely photo-journey. Loved the lavender.

It's been a very challenging week here at MaidenShade. Working through blog issues, thinking of possible posts - and rueing the fact I'm not visiting everyone. Please, don't forget about me; )

Today's post is on some basics of HTML just in case that is something you're interested in. It does come in handy for working in blog posts, webpages, and listings if you have a store.

xJ
MaidenShade.wordpress.com

niartist said...

magnifique!

caroline @ patagonia gifts said...

beautiful, soooo beautiful post, Fifi! would loooove to visit la Provence!

DesignTies said...

Fifi, thanks so much for giving me the opportunity to be a guest poster for you :-) I hadn't written in French for ages, so that was a bit of a challenge!! But I had a lot of fun putting the pictures and the text together :-)

We'd love to have you write a guest post for our blog -- let us know if you're up for that :-)

Merci!!
Kelly

Muffy said...

FAB.U.LOUS.

alice said...

Magnifique!

Blondie's Journal said...

Ohhhhh...how this turned my dreary day into a delightful one. Take me to those lavender fields, please!! The bracelets, the china and silver, the food...I want it all!

xoxo
Jane

Miss Kris said...

Fifi!

Cela vous est Fifi, dans les champs lavandes? I had a hard time finding you today...so many guests! What a BEAUTIFUL post! Oooo...oh la la...the crepes...très merveilleux!!! Gotta run...I told the authorities I be right back...:( someone I know left the country and it seems I may be an accomplice because I seem to know what HAPPENED????

"Je NE SAIS RIEN!!!"
~Miss Kris~

Martha said...

Formidable, c'est tres jolie. Merci mille fois pour votre attencion. J'adore l'Orange!!

Fabulous Finds Gal said...

Gorgeous!! Oh, I want to join in on the dinner party!
Merci,
Christina

Frenchee le Trip said...

What a great post! This is one of the most beautiful ones I've ever seen. Swear!

You've been awarded the Kreativ Blogger award. Check out my blog for the juicy details.

Chris said...

Oh wow, you don't even need to speak French to absolutely love these pictures. I love that field of purple flowers—gorgeous!

Miss Kris said...

Oooo...Fifi! So glad to hear you are enjoying the bubbleee in the lavender fields. I am going to catch the next le Gare to Sud de France! Did we leave the pink to green little karr parked behind the OLD MILL??? Oh oooh...I hear them coming...Must run Le Gare is here...au...revooooire

cindy : quaint said...

wow, the photo of the lavender fields is très magnifique. wonderful post.

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Hope that your week is as beautiful as your photos!

Cass @ That Old House said...

Merci beaucoup! Lovely eye candy! The only word of French I know is "Pierre," but I surely did enjoy looking at those pictures -- gorgeous!

Thanks!
Cass

Kathleen Ellis said...

Tres Magnifique! thank you for the escape...it was a nice respite in a busy week!
<3 ;-D

Slices of Beauty... said...

Tres, tres beau!
Luv it.

Brillante Home Decor said...

Extraordinaire, tres tres tres charmant.
Brava Kelly

Julia @ Hooked on Houses said...

What a lovely post, and how fun to see Kelly here. Beautiful job, Kelly!

I wish I remembered enough of the language (I took 2 yrs in college) to leave a comment in French, but I'm afraid I might accidentally say something I didn't quite intend. ;-)

Renae said...

ooh la la....all so bea-ti=ful. Of course you know chocolate and champagne go so well together!
Lovely post.

Diane Schuller said...

gosh, I don't speak French though I adore the sound of the language. Great photos too. Kelly you amaze me.

Mary said...

You got me at the lavender! ;) Beautiful!

Moonspinner said...

Absolutely beautiful.xxx

Ms. Tee said...

What a beautiful post! So wonderful! :)

Bre said...

Ca m'a fait plaisir d'avoir visite Provence avec vous deux.

C'etait un tour formidable !!

Ou est le prochaine tour ..j'amerais vous rejoindre !!


Merci et a la prochaine fois!

Bre

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