I just loved this tablescape
that I did last year!
Since I have made so many new friends
during the past year I thought I would
share this tablescape again.
I hope you enjoy it
the second time around!
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2011
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY
FROM SAVANNAH, GEORGIA!!
I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR YOU!
IF YOU HAVE VISITED SAVANNAH, YOU KNOW THAT IT IS A VERY ROMANTIC CITY.
I HAVE SET THE TABLE
FOR A SMALL ROMANTIC DINNER PARTY.
I'LL BE ENTERTAINING MY FAVORITE COUPLES.
THAT MEANS YOU AND YOUR SWEETIE!
I HAVE LOTS OF PHOTOS
I WILL KEEP THE SMALL TALK TO A MINIMUM.
MOST OF YOU KNOW THAT IS ESPECIALLY HARD FOR ME.
|White charger and dinner plate - Signature Housewares, Sonoma Valley.|
Runner and napkins - Horchow. Salt cellars and spoons - Ebay
|Sorry, I got the backside of the arrangement. This side is not in full bloom yet|
|Chandelier - Previous home.|
|Covered bowl - Hobby Lobby|
|I had pink champagne left from Christmas. I had made Susan's@BNOTP holiday champagne punch.|
Cooler - Actually a vase, Dillard's after Christmas sale.
|In the sherbet dish is a chocolate dipped fortune cookie. I am sure the predictions are promising for Amour!|
Salad plate - T J Maxx, Napkin rings - Dillard's after Christmas sale 2009.
|I think this is a romantic pattern. Wallace "Waltz of Spring' sterling.|
I chose this pattern when I was seventeen years old. Didn't own it til forty plus years later.
|My favorite piece of Waterford - Purchased in Dublin Ireland in 1980s.|
THE BEAUTIFUL VINTAGE VALENTINES
SHOWN BELOW ARE A BEAUTIFUL GIFT
FROM A SWEET LADY ELAINE G. OF
At Home With Elaine.
At Home With Elaine.
I WON HER BEAUTIUFL GIVEAWAY RECENTLY
I WILL POSTING ABOUT THAT TOMORROW
SO COME BACK!
|Each place setting has a beautiful vintage valentine.|
|Crystal - Waterford flutes, goblets and sherbets. Unknown pattern goblets - Thrifted.|
IT'S TIME TO LIGHT THE CANDLES!
WE LADIES LOOK SOOOOO MUCH BETTER
IN CANDLELITE. DON'T YOU AGREE?
|Mercury candlesticks - Dillard's after Christmas Sale 2009.|
ARE YOU READY FOR COFFEE?
I'LL CHECK ON OUR DESSERT.
|Cups, saucers, creamer and sugar - Wedding gift, 1958.|
Part of full service.
|A thrift store find for $5.00. Has cloth covered cord and bakelite handle.|
Yes indeedy, it works.
DESSERT IS COMING OUT OF THE OVEN!
AND WILL SERVED UP SOON.
|Dessert plates and hands - Westmoreland milkglass, Ebay.|
Tablecloth - Charity store, St. Andrews, Scotland.
|Waterford cake plate - Gift from daughter, Kim.|
|Vase - Hobby Lobby last year.|
I TRULY HOPE YOU HAVE ENJOYED
OUR LITTLE DINNER PARTY!
Let's party here: