Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Tablescape Thursday...Valentine's Dinner

I decided to do a little red, pink, gold and ivory for Valentine's Day...
The place mats are vintage linens from my great grandmother. My mom gave them to me when I got married. I used a red glass plate as a charger. The dinner plate is Thomas of Bavaria (ebay) and the salad plate is Thomas of Bavaria (my mom gave me these from my grandmother) 
The centerpiece is handmade Romanian lace (macrame) from my mother in law. It was my wedding present!


My great grandmother's crystal salt and pepper shakers

The water goblets were my mom's from her wedding registry and the wine goblets were from Marshall's years ago.  I have no idea what the name of these are. The goblets from Marshall's were made in Romania.
a close up of my great grandmother's linens
The candles are lit...
the rest of my great grandmother's crystal condiment set...the tray for it is horribly tarnished, so I'll take care of it and photograph it another day. This is a silver plate tray that I think belonged to my grandmother.

My mom also gave me this crystal decanter. I think it belonged to her mother.

the dinner plate

the salad plate

the berry bowl...same red glass pattern as the charger
I'm linking up with Susan from Between Naps on the Porch...
to check out some beautiful tables, click here

5 comments:

Entertaining Women said...

Aren't vintage family treasures just always the best! You have such beautiful jewels from your mom and grandmoms. Don't you think of each of them each time that you place one of their special pieces on your tables. Thank you for sharing your lovely design. Cherry Kay

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I love all the red glass! Any table with red glass ware is gorgeous to me and this was lovely!

Marigene said...

Meredith, your table is beautiful. I ♥♥♥ the lace, the lovely china and that red glass, wow! You are really getting into this, aren't you?

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

How beautiful this is. The red glass and the lace make it a totally romantic setting.

Jenni Price Illustration said...

What a lovely and festive way to celebrate!

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