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Valentine’s Day Dinner Party

February 13, 2014

valentines day dnner party

Valentine’s Day is one of my most favorite days of the year….yes,  I have lots of favorites…but my favorite in February is…well…besides my anniversary, (which is my all time,  most favorite day, ever)….is Valentine’s Day.  And the reason is,  I get to invite some of my favorite people for a dinner party.

My motto for hosting a great dinner party is this: Make it pretty and keep it simple. I usually serve something really simple like my crab stew  or shrimp and grits, a salad, great bread and end the meal with some decadent chocolate dessert. I decorate with fresh flowers and candles. Simple. Understated. Beautiful.

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This is my breakfast room.  We have breakfast here every morning (if we aren’t on the back porch) and on special occasions I host intimate dinner parties here. It’s my favorite room. You can’t see it from here but, I have a blue and white hand-painted floorcloth on the floor and a hand-painted china cabinet to the right. I will be giving tutorials on these in the next few weeks. So do come back.

I love vintage kitchen tablecloths. I collect them. The one I use on Valentine’s Day is white with a gray border,  outlined with a black scrolly design and clusters of red roses. It’s perfect for my Valentine’s Day dinner party. Red votive candle holders and red tapers give the room a romantic ambiance for the evening.  And then there’s the red tulips in a blue and white vase. So pretty.  This room is blue and white with silver accents, and so my silver chargers are perfect.

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Creating a romantic Valentine’s tablescape is simple with just a few items: A tablecloth, candles and pretty flowers. Add some pretty music in the background,  serve a simple meal and you’ll make a memories your friends will love to remember.

Our friends look forward to our Valentine’s Day Dinner Party every year.  It’s become a tradition.  With very little effort,  my little breakfast room transforms into a romantic little party…just for an evening. It’s my Valentine’s Day gift to people I love ~ my husband and my friends.

And with just a little planning you can, too.  What are your Valentine’s Day plans?  Do you have Valentine’s Day traditions? Would LOVE to hear about them!

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