Thursday, February 11, 2016

A Cheery Cherry Valentines Day Tablescape

With my sons coming over for Superbowl Sunday and I was in a dilemma on whether to set a Valentine's Day table or a Mardi Gras table or a football tablescape. I went with the same red, green and beige table with Valentines Day hearts that I had set for breakfast earlier that day.  The plates are called Cherries Jubilee by Noble Excellence and the green plaid table cloth and napkins were made by a company called Got It Covered.  My son Richard took pictures of the table for me while I was preparing the Buffalo dip for the wings that were still in the oven.  I really appreciated having some really good pictures that I could use for a Valentine's Day post.
Plum Creek Place - Valentine's Day Breakfast Tablescape - Pictures are by TRB Imaging
Red water glasses and flatware along with a few cherubs and hearts create a tablescape to use for a Valentine's Day breakfast or casual dinner.
Plum Creek Place - Valentine's Day Breakfast Tablescape - Pictures are by TRB Imaging
Plum Creek Place - Valentine's Day Breakfast Tablescape - Pictures are by TRB Imaging

Plum Creek Place - Valentine's Day Breakfast Tablescape - Pictures are by TRB Imaging

Plum Creek Place - Valentine's Day Breakfast Tablescape - Pictures are by TRB Imaging

Plum Creek Place - Valentine's Day Breakfast Tablescape - Pictures are by TRB Imaging

Plum Creek Place - Valentine's Day Breakfast Tablescape - Pictures are by TRB Imaging
Plum Creek Place - Valentine's Day Breakfast Tablescape - Pictures are by TRB Imaging

Thank you Rick for taking the pictures!!

  HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!

I will be sharing at:
Susan's Tablescape Thursday   


PS:  
At the back of the table is a small spring cottage that I am 
working on.  I am in the process of adding birch bark 
siding to the cardboard frame and a porch scavenged from 
an old souvenir of a hacienda from Cuba bought at a garage sale.  

10 comments:

  1. I was so happy when I saw there was a new post with one creative tablescape from you.
    I love this one. It's happy, somehow innocent and cheerful. All Love should be.
    Happy Valentine's to you Sweet Lady!
    Teresa

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  2. What a fun table..the cherry dishes and linens are great! The little valentine's on the plates are adorable.
    You will be showing us the little cottage you're working on once finished?
    Have a great weekend, Candy.

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  3. Ohhhhhh so sweet. You have the greatest dishes. Those plates are to die for. I love the pictures your son took and when you take them they are just as wonderful. I'm pretty good at nature - need to study and practice table shots. Have a super weekend my dear.

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  4. What a lovely table! Love the cherries and your Valentine accents. Looking at your table makes me happy. Your photos are great, very crisp and sharp. I enjoyed this post!

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  5. Looks so fun and perfectly themed. How nice for you to have a "photographer" take your table pics while you whipped up the snacks for the game! I'm sure a good time was had by all.

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  6. Hi Candy, I love the cherry plates and tablecloth. It goes so well for the Valentine's Day theme and your darling little figurines. It is like a combination of retro and whimsy. So sweet!

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  7. Life is certainly a big bowl of cherries at this happy table Candy! I just love your cherubs holding their candy hearts! And the cupid with her arrows! Adorable!
    Jenna

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  8. So good to see you blogging again my dear friend I have missed you and your table as usual is wonderful you are so detail orientated.LOve you Susie

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  9. This is so pretty. Love the Cherry concept and the cute little angel is adorable. Happy to see you back with the army of bloggers. Hope you had a lovely V-day. Hugs Sujatha:)

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  10. Thank you for visiting Sujatha!

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