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Saturday, February 4, 2012

Valentines Day Table Setting | Simple Hyacinth Place Setting & Centerpiece


Maybe you're hosting a Wedding or Bridal Shower?  Or maybe you'd like to have your friends over for a Ladies Only Valentine's Day Party?   This table setting is perfect for an Elegant Winter brunch or a Ladies Luncheon. 

Light & Sweet Table Setting

Powder Blue Gold Rimmed Anna Wheatherly China Plate

Pewter Flatware

Rustic Wine Glasses & Elegant Water Glasses

Pale Pink Hyacinth Centerpiece in Water Glass "Vase"

Planted White Hyacinth Favor in a Stone Pot tied with Twine

White Hemstitch Linens

White Pillar Candles in Glass Hurricanes


I got the hyacinth from the grocery store and put them in simple clear drinking glasses... beautiful flowers don't need much more than that!

It is so fun to receive a gift when you go to a party... even better when you actually like it!  I LOVE potted flowers.  I love to have them in my home, on my porch, in my bedroom - especially sweet hyacinth that remind me that Spring is just around the corner.  I planted these (I got them for $3 from the grocery store) in petite stone pots that have a chalkboard finish.  I think you could mimic the pots finish easily... anyone out there that wants to do a DIY?

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3 comments:

  1. Anonymous1:01 PM

    Quick heads up...I think those flowers are hyacinths. I looked for an email address to privately message you but could't find one. I thought you may want to change it. I know it's probably baby brain. ;) Feel free to remove my post too! :)

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  2. I see another reader noticed also ..the flowers are hyacinths. Love those little pots, what is the source for them? Love your blog, Jenny!

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  3. Anonymous9:11 PM

    Yes I agree about the flower. I was just about to write that these don't look like hydrangea.
    Niki

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