Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Valentines Tablescape

Who doesn't love Roses and Ivy?  I sure do!  I'm hoping you do too!

Who said...

...Valentines has to be all red and pink?

When in the rose garden...

There's lots of green!

There must be plenty of hearts though...

And mood lighting too!

Here's wishing the happiest of Valentines to You!

Dinner plates; Lenox Butlers Pantry Buffet
Salad plates; Lenox Holiday Gatherings Plaid
Bread plates; Franciscan Ivy
Fruit Bowls: Chace Meito China
Stainless Silver: Louisiana Oneida
Goblets; Better Homes & Gardens Walmart
Place mats; Ross

Joining BNOTP for Tablescape Thursday.

I'm showing my Valentines table scape early this week as I am not sure I will be able to do so next week.  I hope you enjoyed it!

Thanks for visiting! I really appreciate it!


  1. Very pretty Mary! The little fruit bowls are so beautiful!Love the bling for the napkin ring :)

  2. Your table is lovely and I like the way you mixed your dishes.....very creative touch.

  3. I sure did enjoy it Mary. I love these table of my favorites to see how everyone gets so creative. X0

  4. A very romatic tablescape, Mary, and I love the plaid with the ivy! Great job!

    Happy Tablescape Thursday...


    Sheila :-)

  5. STUNNING! I love all the green in this tablescape :)


  6. Just gorgeous!! You will laugh...Our Valentine's table is a red plastic table cloth with Chinet paper plates because we always have steak and crab legs. Melted butter gets everywhere, cracked crab shells are everywhere and my boys are thrilled that we just remove the "real stuff" and roll up the plastic cover to throw away!! They always offer to do the dishes!!

  7. This is beautiful and I love the way you photographed everything to point out all the details that went into your tablescape. Kudos on a job well done. I can tell your heart went into this one, you must be a hopeless romantic my friend, it shows.

  8. Very very pretty! Love how you mixed it up from the regular pink and red and hearts and flowers. The placemats are perfect and look like chargers. CUTE!!

  9. I found your blog over at Melissa's.
    Your table is stunning! I love the plaid and those placemats are adorable.
    Very pretty tablescape.

  10. So romantic and adorable! I love the mix of colors and dishes!...Christine

  11. Lovely layering of your pretty dishes! I always admire people who do that so easily!

  12. Very Valentine-ish looking even with the wonderful unexpected touch of green! I really love those heart cut-out chargers!


  13. I love all the layers you used at your place settings. The plaid plate is such an unexpected contrast. Lovely.

  14. What a fun table! Cute placemats, lovin' the pretty little flowered bowls on top-very romantic:@)

  15. Very beautiful. I like how you used patterns that might now be expected. I love the finished project. Ginger

  16. One BEAUTIFUL tablescape love those salad plates!


  17. Such a nice change from pink and red! I especially love the little fruit bowls. Beautiful combination of dishes. :-)

  18. How pretty! I love the unexpected touches of green.

  19. Mary, what a creative way to use the Ivy!! I love it so much! I love those little bowls too. This is a gorgeous table! I love the placemats, the layering of the plates and the centerpiece. It's all so pretty for Valentine's Day!! Thanks for stopping by and for such nice comments:-)

  20. Beautiful, romantic table, the salad plates...gorgeous roses.

  21. What a romantic and charming table!! The addition of green to the traditional red and white. Love the centerpiece and the placemats!!

  22. A beautiful valentine setting! I love how your place mats look like chargers. Your stainless is beautiful.

  23. The tall pitcher is the perfect focal point for your wonderful Valentine tablescape. Everything works together beautifully! Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay


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