Once Upon A Time…there was a little girl…who loved the color pink!
I remember one Easter my grandmother bought my two sisters and I the prettiest pastel colored fleece pajamas.
One pair was a pale minty green in the softest material I had ever touched.
The second pair was exactly the same as the green pair of pj’s, but it was a pale lavender.
And the pale pink soft to the touch pair of pj’s…the prettiest of them all in my opinion, was given to me…and I was so excited.
I can’t tell you how I felt in those pretty cuddly pink pj’s.
Over the years, I have went through many color favorites.
Think orange shag carpet….or avocado green carpet and copper tone appliances!
Several years ago, I chose pastel pink ornaments for the Master bedroom Christmas tree.
It brought back so many memories from years past and my love of pink.
Like proms with white sports coats and pink carnations…..
…….to bee-hive hair-dos kept high with cans of pink AquaNet hair spray!
Which leads me to 2019 Valentine’s Day!
A pink valentine tablescape!
And in the various colors of Pink!
I started with a pink floral tablecloth with matching napkins.
Using pale pink roses, I twisted the stems around the napkin and they became my napkin rings.
Thinking outside the box, I used my pink beaded napkin rings as flower decor down the center of the table.
I added a gold and glass vase to a larger gold and glass vase.
Fairy lights make the centerpiece flicker off of the faceted vase which looks so pretty at night i.n this pink valentine tablescape
I used pink handled flatware.
And pink stemmed wine glasses.
A pink pitcher and pink water glasses.
Further to the pink theme for Valentine’s Day, I had to have a pretty pink frosted cake.
And I made brownie bites and frosted them with butter cream frosting.
I used white dinner plates and topped them with a pink floral salad plates.
I finished the tablescape with various candles.
It was so fun dragging out all my pink “stuff” for this pink valentine tablescape.
I want to thank Chloe for all her dedicated work in organizing these holiday blog hops!
She is not only a dear friend, she is a wonderful grandmother to her two little grand daughters and a co-host with Benita and myself on our celebrate your story on Monday evenings.
Please be sure to check out the bloggers from this blog hop.