Welcome friends! Today, I am so excited to be joining a wonderful group of ladies who love to set a pretty table as much as I do. This fun tour of Valentine’s Day tables is being hosted by the sweet and talented Chloe at Celebrate and Decorate. A list and links to this week’s participants is posted below.
For my table, I chose to set it in the the breakfast area. It is just the perfect spot for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner.
For the centerpiece, bunches of flowers from the grocery store are assembled into a simple bouquet placed in a Godinger crystal biscuit jar. The pattern is “Shannon”, and it is one of my favorites.
I chose to use my vintage Bavarian china. It is such a romantic pattern with its delicate pink floral design. Each placesetting is perched upon a scalloped pink charger plate. The glassware is American Fostoria. It belonged to my Great Grandmother, and you will find I use it often. It is a favorite of mine.
Simple pink cloth napkins with lovely pearl napkin rings round out each setting,
I am so happy that you stopped by for a visit today! Be sure and check out the other tables on the tour. I know you will see lots of beautiful Valentine’s Day inspiration. Take care, and enjoy your day sweet friends!!!
A casa di Bianca | Panoply | From My Carolina Home | Corner of Plaid and Paisley
The Little Yellow Corner Store
Everyday Living | Life and Linda | Knock it Off Kim | Home is Where the Boat Is
Belle Blue Interiors
Bluesky at Home | Debbee’s Buzz | The Painted Apron |Camelot Art Creations
Home and Gardening With Liz | Sweet Sensations | Celebrate & Decorate | Our Crafty Mom
My Family Thyme
Follow the Yellow Brick Home | Zucchini Sisters | Red Cottage Chronicles
Coastal Charm – Dwellings
Savvy Southern Style – French Country Cottage – Stone Gable – Confessions of a Plate Addict
Worthing Court – Between Naps on the Porch – Cedar Hill Farmhouse – A Stroll Thru Life –
The Charm of Home – Follow The Yellow Brick Home – Shabbyfufu – Designthusiasm
Katherines Corner – Share Your Cup – 21 Rosemary Lane – Life and Linda
Rustic & Refined – Celebrate & Decorate – Peonies and Orange Blossoms
Just beautiful Shannon! How wonderful you have a namesake biscuit jar to use a centerpiece for your pretty bouquet! Such pretty pastels at your table… I adore your vintage dishes and the pink scalloped chargers frame them beautifully. I love how you incorporate family heirlooms at your tables and your American Fostoria goblets are so pretty. As always it’s a pleasure to blog hop with you. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Shannon, what a wonderfully romantic and sweet table that you have created. Your biscuit jar with your name has a lovely bouquet of flowers that you arranged. The Bavarian china is so delicate and feminine and perfect for Valentine’s Day. I have never seen these stunning chargers, they really make a beautiful background for the china. I love Blog hopping with you dear friend❤️?
Such a beautiful table in such a beautiful setting! Those photos that have your sofa and chairs in the background are just gorgeous the way it all works together for such a wonderful atmosphere. Your table has such a lovely, delicate quality with all of your vintage dishes. You have made your grocery store flowers look like a million bucks!??❤️
Shannon, this is SO pretty! In the very first photo I noticed the beautiful blur of the red toile in the background living space, only to see the best shot at the end of the post! That is stunning! Your table is airy and bright against those rich reds. All the elements, especially your GGrandmother’s stems are special.
As always, you’ve delivered a tablescape to feast the eyes on. Shannon, I enjoy your blog so much. I learn so many interesting things not to mention the beautiful inspiration! Thank you so much for your dedication and time it takes to create this sweet, happy, beautiful place in our emails! Have a blessed day dear lady!
So pretty! I love the pink chargers under the floral china.
So soft and pretty Shannon, and those pink scalloped chargers are so gorgeous and unique! The flowers are the perfect touch, and I love that the whole table is so feminine and elegant. How incredible to have your great grandmother’s crystal, so beautiful!
Hi Shannon- this is so soft and romantic. Your florals are beautiful and I love the delicate china pattern you chose and the pink chargers. Love the lacy topper and the last photo of your table with the room in the background- lovely!
Shannon, It is gorgeous!!!! Those napkin rings, pink scalloped chargers with gold trim, Bavarian china, your great-grandmother’s crystal( so special) and the perfect flowers create a stunning tablescape. I know the scent from the lilies is wonderful as is your pretty room as a backdrop!
Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day sweet friend.
Oh, Shannon, your table is so romantic, the soft colors are perfect and don’t smack of Valentine’s. This would be a lovely table most any time of year, but perfect for the romance of Valentine’s day! Your china is so perfect, especially when showcased on those soft pink chargers. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful table styling talents and joining in another blog hop!
Shannon, your table is so soft and romantic. I love your charger plates! Happy to be joining you on this tour! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction
Shannon, so, so pretty and delicate is your tablescape and just lovely. I love that you feature heirloom and vintage pieces from your Great Grandmother. The pale pink chargers are perfect, do I dare ask where you found them? Adorable. It is always a pleasure to blog hop with you because you usually feature such sentimental pieces and I think that is wonderful.
What an elegant dinnerware set, Shannon. So very beautiful. The fresh flower bouquet with the deep red roses brings it to a classic level and fine dining. The touch of lace adds a feminine touch and an appreciation for cozy dining. Pastel colors and the sparkle in your choice of napkin rings are delicate and inviting. So very lovely. Happy Valentine’s Day.
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BEAUTIFUL table setting, Shannon! I love that last photo…everything so coordinated! I love the rich colors. My colors! Happy Valentine’s Day!
Hi Shannon, your table is so lovely and yet romantic. The china is stunning, as are those pink chargers. What a treat to have your Great Grandmother’s vintage pieces. Beautiful flowers to enjoy as well. Lace is always a lovely addition to any table. Your added bling in the napkin rings caught my eye. Always a pleasure to join you on this blog hop.
Shannon what a sweetheart of a table in a magazine-worthy setting — the view into the next room is just lovely! Wherever did you find those oh so special pink chargers? I’m ‘lusting’ after them to go with my Mikassa Silk Flowers dishes. And, I love how you incorporated all the vintage, family elements as well.
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Shannon, you are one busy tablescape lady! Wow, those pink chargers are awesome. Perfect as the base for your place settings. Your china is so sweet and pretty. The breakfast room can be a wonderful spot for dining for any meal or occasion.
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Your table is truly beautiful and romantic Shannon. You room is so romantic too!!!
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Your table is beautiful Shannon but you should just go ahead and say your entire house is romantic. Wish I were on the guest list! Happy Valentine’s Day!
A lovely table, indeed. Wherever did you find those gorgeous pink scalloped chargers? They complement your delicate-patterned china perfectly. Thank you for sharing this table!
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Shannon, your Bavarian china is so delicate and lovely, and the pink chargers compliment it perfectly. I love how you use and enjoy your great grandmother’s vintage glassware. The floral arrangement in the crystal biscuit jar is beautiful. That is so neat that the pattern shares your name…it was meant to be yours! It’s a pleasure hopping with you. Happy Valentine’s Day!
This is such a beautifully romantic table! Your pattern of your china is so sweet and delicate. I love the view of your room. It all looks so lovely! Happy Valentine’s Day!
Shannon, such a romantic Valentine’s day! Sweet floral plates are precious and the centerpiece is gorgeous! Love it!
Shannon, what a beautiful, sweet table in what seems like the perfect setting for a romantic Valentine’s Day for two! Every detail is just perfect for the day – I hope your Valentine’s Day is equally as romantic and sweet!
Shannon this is just breathtakingly beautiful! Everything is so dainty and romantic. I love how you always incorporate such beautiful flowers and dishes. You continually create the most swoonworthy tables my friend!
So happy to hop with you twice this week! Have a Happy Valentine’s Day!
Your table is so pretty and so romantic. I love the pink charger plates. They are gorgeous! And, your grocery store flower bouquet is perfection!
Shannon, somehow I missed this and this post is gorgeous from beginning to end. I am truly in love with your china – there is an unmatched charm to vintage china. Your pink chargers and lovely napkin rings only add to the beauty. I am so sorry to be late for such a beautiful post. Hope your valentine’s day was perfect in every way.
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