“And above all these put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony.”
Happy Thursday dear friends! Can you believe Valentine’s Day is less than a month away? No matter how you celebrate, it is a sweet day to share love…and oh how we need more of that! But, we will save that subject for another day. Today, For The Love of Valentine’s Day, I am sharing some inspiration to help you celebrate the holiday of love! Whether it inspires you to share a quiet evening with your honey, or a dinner with friends, or perhaps a brunch for girlfriends, it can be a special day!
Cards are a simple way to show our love. I have kept most of my Valentine’s through the years and enjoy taking them out and rereading. It is a good time to send love to a widow or widower, single person, or someone going through a hard time. It is amazing how a single card can brighten someone’s day.
This was a table I set for four to share with another couple. This could be an invitation to a couple who are friends, parents, or a young married couple who need encouragement. My former red dining room was perfect for Valentine’s celebrations. Click here for original post.
A table set in the dining room for just the two of us. Home is our favorite place to celebrate the special day. Click here for original post.
This was a fun table to set, black tie and red roses. Does it sound formal?
Pink roses are my most favorite for Valentine’s Day. I have a sweet memory from several years ago. Butch had reserved a two night getaway at a lovely and romantic bed and breakfast. When I walked in the room, there were two dozen exquisite pink roses sitting on a desk. Pink rose petals were strewn on the floor and a fire was lit in the fireplace. My man is a keeper, we will celebrate forty six years of marriage on the 23rd of February.
Forgive me as I reminisce again. Several years ago on a trip to London and Paris, we had the most romantic Seine River dinner cruise. As strolling violinists played, we enjoyed a delicious meal and this view of the Eiffel Tower.
A Paris themed tablescape with seldom used Eiffel Tower dinner plates! Click here for original post.
A table set for two in front of the fireplace is a great idea. Strewn rose petals and votive candles top the table, with soft music playing in the background! Sound romantic? Click here for original post.
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