Sunday, April 15, 2012

Tea on the Titanic

Welcome Aboard,


Today we are paying a homage to the Centennial of the Titanic.  And a special tea on the Titanic is waiting for you, Enjoy!

~ Permission Granted to Come Aboard ~

~ First class passenger room ~

Titanic and Submarine Alvin

Alvin was built in 1964 as one of the world' first deep-ocean submersibles. 

Gwendolyn, Wesley and my husband had
 the opportunity to visit
 and see Alvin.

Wesley and friends at the command
center of the research ship, Atlantis,
were Alvin rides aboard.

Alvin's most famous exploits include surveying the wreck of RMS Titanic in 1986.

Engineer Theo Moniz, Gwendolyn and Wesley

Thank you so much Theo Moniz for taking us to explored such a fine submarine ~ Alvin .

Dining room on the Titanic

Tea Room on the Titanic

Teacup on the Titanic

Praise be to the God and Father of our
Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of
compassion and the God of all comfort,
who comforts us in all our troubles, so that
we can comfort those in any trouble with
the comfort we ourselves have received
from God.
The Book of  2 Corinthians

Now let's have tea to commemorate
the sinking of the Titanic! 

What was the afternoon tea on the Titanic like?

Tea on the Titanic would have been very similar
to the teas given by Queen Victoria.


The elegant life~style of that era . . .

It would have been an impressive sight . . .


Last summer we visited the Titanic Museum .
Pigeon Forge, TN

When RMS Titanic set sail on her maiden voyage
April 10, 1912, she was the ultimate
passenger liner.

Some believe she was unsinkable . . .
but she collided with an iceberg late in the
evening of April 14,
sinks April 15, 1912, at 2:20 a.m.


Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing,
Hope, and comfort from above;
Let us each, thy peace possessing,
Triumph in redeeming love.
Author Unknown

In Christ love,

I'm joining . . .

Alison for Fridays Unfolded


  1. What a wonderful post you have done here - very fun!

  2. A lovely post. How special you were able to visit both the Titanic museum and Woods Hole. Perhaps a scientific career in the future???? I love your gazebo tea. Wonderful!

  3. Thanks for posting those words of comfort from the Bible. I can't help but think about those who depended on God's help as they aided women and children board the lifeboats, knowing that they themselves were not going to survive.

  4. Hi Wendy, A very nice post. I enjoyed your photos and the vignette of the elegant tea time.

  5. Beautiful tribute and so well done.Nice to meet a sister in Christ :) I'm your new follower now,looking forward getting to know you.Denise

  6. Thank you, Wendy, for your wonderful tribute to the Titanic. The tea table set under the gazebo is lovely and the dollie fits right in with her Victorian dress! Wonderful pictures and scripture verses. Have a lovely week, my friend.


  7. Hello Wendy,
    You made a beautiful post. What a special event to visit the Museum and Alvin. Love all the impressions of the elegant rooms at the Titanic. And your gazebo tea room is so romatnic and special. I enjoyed my visit very much.
    Best greetings, Johanna

  8. beautiful post wendy! Thank you for sharing. I would love to have tea in your garden.

  9. Fabulous post to pay homage to the sunked TITANIC SHIP. You did a great job and adorable children too. Although it's sad, but I think the elegance of by-gone English era fascinates us. At the same token, they were also so many, or all in poor class, that drowned in it too. Thanks for sharing, I will be posting a small tea in honor of the Titanic later tonight. Have a nice week.

  10. Wendy, I love this post! What a sweet little tea party. So pretty! I had no idea that it is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the titanic.

  11. So beautiful.

    You have created a lovely and very special tea for yourself. Thank you for sharing.

  12. What a beautiful pictures of the tea in that romantic times. Very special to visit that submarine.

    Regards Janny

  13. Wendy, Gwen and wesley are such handsome children. I think taking them there and discussing the Titanic is such a wonderful history Lesson. This post was very well done and I like the Photo of that dining room.
    Did you ever see the Movie with Barbara Stanwick and Clifton Webb "Titanic" I have not been well and trying to visit some of my
    dear friends, I don't know how some people have 3 blogs. I can hardly handle this one. yvonne

  14. I loved this post and reading about the Titanic. The elegance of the era was gorgeous. Wonder of those big hats gave them headaches? :) Happy Garden Party.

  15. Oh Wow!!! Thank you for the tea, this is just beautiful!

  16. Your tea vignette is so pretty. Wish I could come by. :-)
    I'm a new follower and hope you'll stop by.
    Mary Alice

  17. Marvelous post! Love your garden vignette


  18. Thank you for your return reply and following Me :)

  19. Thank you for sharing your lovely photos!

  20. What a beaufiful post, Everything is so lovely. I enjoyed it so much. Thank you for sharing.

  21. How impressive! Your visit to the Alvin was wonderful and to see the special equipment to dive and explore was great for your family to view. I am glad you shared your special tea in commemoration of the Titanic' anniversary. The elegance of your garden was the perfect place. Thanks! Pam

  22. Dearest Wendy,

    What a great thing for taking your family to such educational and historical museums!
    The French also had those luxury liners at that time. Christofle did outfit them. They all were so graceful and elegant but remember; only for the wealthy! Not our ancestors.
    Love to you,

  23. I would love to join you for tea to commemorate the Titanic anniversary. Your lovely gazebo is the perfect spot.


  24. Hi Wendy, I enjoyed this with you this wonderful item, the Titanic. There are so many things to talk about this boat ... but today I will mention how much I like that picture of the ladies taking tea with these beautiful costumes, hats, t lace adorned with roses, fascinating! Your version is lovely tea, cup with roses, the tea and the beautiful doll, visually captive to your followers! There are so many important details of the titanic, but among these I unlike most the first time I saw her in the ce, went out rueful so huge the amount of people who had lost their lives on that tragic day! Thanks Wen, for tickets or post are beautiful! Greetings, Rose M

  25. Need to watch the Titanic movie again.

  26. what a fun post

    i have long been
    enamored with the story of Titanic
    and it's hard to believe
    that 100 years have passed

    thanks for sharing
    at Fridays Unfolded

    now following!


  27. Just found your beautiful blog through Denise and recognize a few other names here. I'm you're newest follower. Pop over to my blog when you have time!

  28. I love this idea. An enjoyable way to have an afternoon tea.




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