Welcome to the Styled + Set Holiday Entertaining Blog Tour, hosted by Lory from DESIGNTHUSIASM…I’m so happy to be included with these talented ladies!
If you’re coming over from Finding Home Farms … thanks so much for visiting my blog today! Laura used beautiful tulips, and she always has such great ideas!
At the bottom of this post, you’ll be able to visit all of the bloggers who are participating in the Blog Tour.
Isn’t Valentine’s Day just the sweetest of Holidays? Although I don’t usually do any entertaining for Valentine’s, I do enjoy setting a simple table for a romantic dinner. I also try to make Valentine’s special for my own family with at least a yummy dessert. I’ve said it many times, and I’ll say it again…I LOVE setting a table! For this little romantic table, I used the palest of pink tulips and ironstone. And the beautiful heart bay leaf wreath smells so good!
This isn’t our kitchen or dining room table…it’s just a small enamel farm table, that I thought would be a nice little setting for a romantic dinner. I simply added the blue French shutter door as a backdrop, bistro chairs, and a few favorite vintage finds.
We received this pretty China when we got married 24 years ago. And I can remember being in LOVE with each little piece. It’s crazy, but we still use it. I’ve never put it away in a cabinet. The blue is a perfect match to the blue French shutter door.
The vintage flax table runner was made by my sweet friend…and will be available in our booth in Canton, Texas (Canton First Monday Trade Days) next weekend Feb. 2-5th. We will also have a few heart-shaped bay leaf wreaths! If you are looking for a fun weekend…come shop with us and find something for your Valentine!
And before you go…take a minute to leave me a comment…I’d LOVE to know how you entertain for Valentine’s Day! Please remember to visit my blog friends below to see some beautiful inspiration.
If you missed Monday's posts:
Maison de Pax | Cedar Hill Farmhouse | Decor Gold Designs Life on Virginia Street | Bless'er House | My Soulful Home
If you missed Tuesday's posts:
Shabbyfufu | Ella Claire | Zevy Joy Town and Country Living | Kelley Nan | Driven by Decor
If you missed Wednesday's posts:
Maison de Cinq | So Much Better With Age | Sand and Sisal Randi Garrett Design | French Garden House
If you missed Thursday's posts:
Designthusiasm | CitrineLiving | Setting for Four On Sutton Place | Design Dining and Diapers
ZDesignatHome | Finding Home Farms | Becky Cunningham Home Eleven Gables | The Wood Grain Cottage | Fashionable Hostess
Hi, I love that you used the enamel top table and those sweet folding chairs. Table for two is what it's all about, right? We don't do alot for Valentine's day itself, but my husband always makes a romantic dinner for the two of us. Love your tulips in the watering can!ReplyDelete
Becky this is fabulous. Love that blue shutter back drop. Just so charming all of it. Very pretty.ReplyDelete
Oh I adore you lovely Valentine's post!! Everything is so sweet. I live in Tennessee and will be in Killeen and Groesbeck, TX and would love to purchase a bayleaf heart and a table runner but alas we won't be there till the weekend of the 25th. So sad about that!!!ReplyDelete
I came from Wood Grain Cottage and I've not seen your blog so what caught my eye to open was the little chair!! Oh I do hope you have a love dinner or a sweet snack or a friendly lunch at your little table. It's so lovely!! My sister when she lived nearby would get out a pretty napkin, pretty little plate and delicate tea cup for our tea when I'd stop in. We ate less cookies for we relished the fun setting!!! Usually she had picked flowers from her yard too. Enjoy!!ReplyDelete
What a charming, light, easy & pleasant tablescape for wonderful St. Valentine's Day dining. I see a brunch there after sleeping in on the Sunday before: quiche Florintine, mimosas in tall pilsner glasses, strong coffee, scones and jam and some fruit..........ReplyDelete
Oh this is just so beautiful! Those pink tulips would make me so happy!ReplyDelete
Becky, I love the bay leaf heart! Where do you set up at Canton? I hope to go on Thursday. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Becky, I so love how you built this setting apart from your main dining tables and the shutter and wreath backdrop give it the perfect grounding! Lovely how the soft tulips look against this wonderful backdrop and the gentle details on the table are utterly charming!!ReplyDelete
Such a fabulous blog very well manege and Eleven Gables look so prettyReplyDelete
Always filled with rustic romance.ReplyDelete
This is giving me spring fever with all of the beautiful flowers! I love the shutter! I am new to blogging and also your newest follower! Would love it if you have a moment to check out my blog. :)ReplyDelete
Chasity @ bluecottagefarmhouse.com