Every month my husband and I lead a couples Bible Study. Each month a different couple in the group hosts the study at their home and we've made it a tradition to have dinner together first. Saturday, Valentine's Day, was our turn to host the Bible study. What a great evening to have a couple's party! We had a great evening together.
I used a red tablecloth with a 6" red velvet band all around and embroidered flowers at the corners. I bought it after Christmas. The flowers at the corners are probably small poinsettia's, but you really can't tell that when it's on the table. It looks totally appropriate for use all winter.
I dressed my table all in red, pink, and white. I started with heart shaped white lace doilies at each place setting. I used white china with pink floral trim, topped with a clear glass dinner plate and matching bread and butter plates. My napkins were pink printed with Valentine conversation hearts. I love these napkin rings. They look more like pearl bracelets.
Centerpiece: I started with an antique pedestal cake stand in pink milk glass. I added a cream colored angel, then wrapped and twirled some red heart foil garland around it. I scattered some pink foam hearts on the tablecloth around the centerpiece.
A couple of old fashioned valentines were held by glittering cherubs on two sides of the centerpiece. Crystal embellished candle sticks were placed on the other two sides. Pink votives in clear glass holders glowed at each place setting.
I placed my favorite pink goblets on rosy pink felt coasters...
Thank you for visiting my Tablescape Thursday post today - I hope your Valentine's Day was as lovely as mine! Be sure to visit Susan at Between Naps On The Porch to find links for many more wonderful Tablescape Thursday posts.