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  1. What a beautiful setting, Lory! It looks so romantic! This truly sets the mood! Wishing you a very Happy Valentine’s Day!

  2. there is nothing prettier than silver and pink roses!

  3. So, so utterly beautiful! That cup alone is oozing so much romance . . . I’m with you about fresh flowers. There’s nothing like it! I love your unabashed use of pink. A woman after my own heart!

    1. Thank you, Maria! The funny thing is, in my home, I’m all about pink. But I never wear soft colors… lol! I’m always head to toe black. At home, no black anywhere.

  4. I love everything about this, from the beautiful flowers (oh, how those hyacinths have me longing for spring!), to the plates, and the charming pink foil-wrapped hearts. The entire setting is just so romantic. I also like that it is a table for two. My guess is that most of us really only need set two place settings on most days, yet little attention is paid to settings when only two are dining. Hmmmm. Maybe I should do something about this, and post a table for two once a month.

    1. Great idea, Pattie! I do find settings for two to be really fun, because it’s nice to utilize smaller tables. Thanks for the kind words!

  5. Very romantic and elegant. Love the beautiful china, flowers and the soft pallete of color you chose. Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!

    1. Right back to you, Liz! Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to pull out my faves because they are a natural for this occasion… 🙂

  6. All the flowers are just gorgeous, Lory! I am a major fan of filling a table with as many fresh flowers as it will hold! Your arrangements are so pretty, and I can just imagine how wonderful they must smell!!!

    Your table for 2 is so pretty, and it definitely sings romance! The kind of romance that makes your heart sing. The kind of romance that makes your palms just a little bet sweaty. The kind of romance that takes your breath away. Romance like “You’ve Got Mail” or “”The Notebook” or “An Affair to Remember”. Romance that says, “I’m in it to win it with you all the way. No strings attached, no hidden agendas.” Romance that says, “You are mine and I am yours…forever.)

    You hit it, baby! This is it! Valentine’s Day to the hilt right here!!! Enjoy your Valentine’s weekend!!

  7. I am in love Lory. You have set an utterly romantic table with exquisite taste and wares. The vintage china is perfect for celebrating romance and those roses stole my heart.

    Wishing you a beautiful Valentine’s Day.

    Janet

  8. Beautiful, stunning table. I am totally in love with that gorgeous china!

  9. Sooo very Romantic, love the blooms…

  10. Hi Lori, your table for two is so beautiful and romantic and love all your beautiful roses and hyacinths. Just pure eye candy for sure. I love tea cups and have a big collection, lots of little roses plates. Love it. If you have any other older posts please link them today as we’d love to share. Thank you so much for linking up to our Something to Talk About Link Party and hope you’ll join us next Monday too. Have a great week, Lisa

  11. Absolutely gorgeous! I love the romantic feel and definitely the rose patterned china. Stopped over from Amaze me Mondays link party and happy I did. Thanks for sharing

  12. Martha Franks says:

    Absolutely lovely! I wish I were at your table!

  13. What a wonderful collection of vintage china. I love the delicate rose pattern. I would never think to pair the mason jar with the delicate china – but it works. Just beautiful!

  14. Beautiful! Love all the pink and white china. The roses are gorgeous.

    1. Thanks, Bev! I’ve been looking at some other colors in china just to do something different, but I always come back to my beloved pinks… 😉

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