Thursday, February 4, 2010

My Valentine Table

I don’t usually post my tablescapes because they aren’t nearly as elaborate as the ones posted at Between Naps on the Porch, but decided I would today. 

20100202_7I am using my dessert holder as my centerpiece (a yard sale find).  I placed my antique milk glass dessert plates (a yard sale find)and place candles on each plate, one surrounded by soft pinks and reds antique Christmas balls (another yard sale find)and another candle surrounded by a chocolate strawberry and heart candle ring.  {Heart} it and I got it at a yard sale too. 


I also topped one plate with a antique wedding cake topper.  Okay, really it is the cake topper from my first wedding over 25 years ago, but I love it and cake toppers in general.  Hence another collection is starting. 


  I found this little silver dish at Goodwill for 1 buck and toss some strawberries in the dish and added my cloche to finish it off.

Scattered on the table you will find pieces of my pink depression glass (yard sale finds) that I use as serving dishes.


This is a little shot of my hutch decked out with white lights and soft pink floral springs, simple but oh so pretty.

After writing most of this I realize that if it weren’t for Yard Sales, I wouldn’t have this table.  Not to mention the White linen tablecloth and soft pink napkins are all from yard sales.  Wow!

Forgive the photography, I’m not to good behind the camera, but you get the idea.

If you want to see some wonderful great Tablescapes, hop on over to Susan’s Thursday Tablescape party.  You’ll be glad you did.

Cin Sig


The Design Coach said...

Lovely table. I love to create beautiful table settings with bargains from Goodwill and flea markets!

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Economical and very pretty. I really enjoy looking at how nicely you put together all these love inspired elements.
Your cake topper stole the spotlight!

Nanna said...

pretty collection of dishes, the table looks beautiful!


Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

How pretty and glowing! Love the pink depression glass.

tales from an oc cottage said...

Just so pretty!

m ^..^