Welcome to the 231st Tablescape Thursday!
For this week’s TT, I’m excited to share two more wonderful Valentine’s Day table settings put together by my friend, Marie. Marie created these for Valentine’s Day but with just a few small changes, they would really be beautiful for any time of the year.
Remember the casual eating area located in Marie’s family room? At Christmastime the table in that area was set with a whimsical nutcracker theme.
With a few small changes, Marie created a whole new tablescape for this table. If you look closely, you’ll see Marie kept the placemats, flatware, dinner plates and napkin rings.
She added gold chargers for Valentine’s Day and changed out her centerpiece, salad plates, glasses and napkins.
Red always works great for Christmas or Valentine’s Day settings.
Love these wonderful red and white, heart-shaped plates!
A napkin ring with a some bling…
Marie also created a tablescape in her dining room using beautiful vintage china once belonging to a friend of her mother’s.
You can never go wrong with a floral centerpiece. Flowers are perfect for any table setting, especially a Valentine’s Day tablescape.
Love the delicate pattern on the vintage dishware in this setting. Marie has been looking for pierced chargers and she found some really pretty ones a few weeks back at Ralph Lauren dot com. The gold flatware really ties in well with the gold edges on the dishware.
This table would be great for Christmas or really any time year. Marie, thanks so much for sharing these wonderful table settings for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
To view additional Valentine’s Day Table Settings, click on the Tablescapes category at the top of BNOTP. Then click on Holiday, then Valentine’s Day. Or, click here: Valentine’s Day Table Settings
Looking forward to all the tablescapes for this Tablescape Thursday!
If you are participating in Tablescape Thursday, please be sure to add your permalink below, and not your general blog address. To get your permalink, click on your post name, then copy and paste the address that shows in the address bar, into the “url” box when you link up.
You’ll need to include a link in your post back to the party in order to link up and participate. That’s so visitors to your blog will be able to find the party and the other Tablescape Thursday participants.
If you would like to use the Tablescape Thursday logo button in your post, just copy and paste it to your computer and upload it to your post as you would any photo.