Wednesday, February 8, 2012

RE-ceiving guests: Valentine's Day Table 3

One last Valentine Table before the holiday.  This place setting rests on a red and pink heart place mat from Target which is still available on line.  The plate is Wedgewood Colisseum with a heart salad plate from Tuesday Morning.

CLOSE UP OF PLACE SETTING

Silver is Old Master by Towle. Red Linen tablecloths. Crystal bird figurines are used as "love birds."

CLOSE UP OF HEART SALAD PLATE FROM TUESDAY MORNING.

A LITTLE GIFT.  A little red box wrapped in a white ribbon is part of the place setting.  If you want, you can have a candy, a cupcake or a cookie inside.  If you are a romantic, think of something like a poem.  You don't have to be the poet; you can just hand copy the poem or just a stanza or a lyric from a song.  If you're playful, it can be a promise of what the night holds.  If you're sporty, it can be a date for an outdoor activity or a gift certificate for a golf lesson or aerobic class or a back massage.


GLASS WARE:  Waterford Millennium Balloon Goblet. This set has hearts as part of the design perfect for Valentine's Day.

WRITTEN BY REBA

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Eldarose's Valentine's Day Table is HERE

Reba's Red & White toile Table is HERE
Romantic Gestures for Valentine's Day under $5 are discussed HERE

Reba's other Valentine Tablescape is HEREn


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17 comments:

  1. Hi ladies! Oh, both tables are so pretty and ready for Valentine's day! Thanks so much for popping in to see me and for following me!
    be a couple of sweeties,
    Shelia ;)

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    1. Shelia,

      Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment. So glad you like the table. Enjoy your St. Valentine's Day.

      Eldarose

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  2. What cute little plates -- loved the little tic-tac-toe I noticed after enlarging the photo! And I love Old Master sterling -- quite similar to my Lunt Belvedere.

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    1. Tricia,

      Yes, I think the salad plates are really sweet. I saw the tic-tac-toe as well and I was thinking of how Reba could use that as part of her table theme. She could make a "board" out of ribbon and use little glass pieces as the 2 different sides. I bought some pink and red glass pieces at Target this year in the Dollar section that would work.

      My mom and my sisters all use Old Master which works out well because when my sisters have parties they can borrow from our mother and each other. I am the rebel, I got Francis 1st by Reed & Barton when I got married. I cannot entertain as many folks with sterling, but I live away from my mom and sisters so it wouldn't be practical to borrow anyway so it is fine I think. I do think the Old Master is pretty though. I am not familiar with Lunt Belvedere. I didn't do much shopping around for silver when I got married. I will check it out though now because I am curious.

      Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment, Tricia. Enjoy your St. Valentine's Day!

      Eldarose

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  3. So sweet love the valentine plates.Have a sweet and lovely Valentines day.

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  4. The tables are beautiful! The Target placemat is sweet! I love the all elements.

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  5. Soooo pretty! I am always jealous when I see a beautiful tablescape ...i am just not good at it!

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  6. Love all of your elements. Your plate with the small heart is adorable!

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  7. Super cute! The Tuesday Morning plate looks great with the Wedgwood. You just never know, do you? :-) I also like the shape of the placemat with the little extra heart shooting off to the side. Very unique! I'm going to hop over and check out Reba's red & white toile table!

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  8. Love your table ! thanks for sharing joAnn

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  9. Quite a bit of inspiration here...this one demanded several strolls through your post. Thank you for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay

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  10. Love em all. I too have looked up and down several times. You two do such a beautiful job on everything you touch!!

    Nann

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  11. I love both tables! You guys did a beautiful job!
    I love the salad plates and the glassware is gorgeous! I really enjoyed this post!
    Thank you for visiting me today and following. I am your new follower!

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  12. Thank you for sharing your lovely Valentine decor at Potpourri Friday!

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  13. These Valentine's tables are so inspiring. Love those pretty placemats.

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  14. The valentine table is beautiful! I'm your newest follower-stop by for a visit!

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