Need a Valentine tablescape idea? This is a note worthy Valentine soiree. Begin with sending a sweet sentiment like this one for the invitation, “You’re the syrup on my pancakes, you’re the sugar in my tea, you’re the icing on my cupcakes, you’re the sweets in life for me, you’re the chocolate on my ice cream, you’re the sweet grapes in my wine, you’re everything I love in life, and will you be my Valentine?” For How To Make a Valentine Tablescape read more. This was inspired by http://catchmyparty.com/parties/valentine-luncheon
Woodsy Tablescape featured red Gala apples, natural acorns, colorful leaves and hydrangeas . You can create this sassy setting by purchasing pretty fall salad plates. From that point, create your color scheme. In this case, I had a centerpiece that featured leaves and candles, so I added a few apples to bring out the red color in the plates. The glass canisters beside the centerpiece has the same wooden dowel rounds glued to a felt band around the center of the canister. This helps repeat the overall woodsy scheme. The second photo features hydrangeas and cranberry spikes. The cranberries are real and picked on a wooden skewer, then arranged with in the overall arrangement. I repeated the cranberry theme with a Cranberry Ginger punch that was served with the dinner. The cranberry ginger punch recipe can be found here http://serveitupsassy.com/cranberry-ginger-punch/.
Bringing the White House Home with Former White House Chief Florist Laura Dowling. She created this fresh cut floral arrangement for an event at Allanadale mansion in Kingsport, Tn. Promoting her new book, Floral Diplomacy at the White House. Laura shares tips and information about how to bring the White House style to your own home. For more ideas...