Laurie’s Valentine Party & Tablescape Thursday!

On Friday besides visiting Laurie’s Party head over to the Mennonite Girls Can Cook blog where I’ve posted the recipe for this dessert that would be great for Valentine’s Day! Remember the recipe won’t be posted till Friday!

Now for some possibilities for a Valentine Day scape!

 

 

 

This was last years bar scape that Dear and I had our Valentine’s Day dinner at…

 

 

 

 

 

Another possibility without red…

 

 

 

Here are the two cutest Valentine’s in love that I know!! My parents who have been married for 66 years!

 

Hoping you have a Valentine’s Weekend filled with lots of love for all the people in your life.

Photobucket is holding all my photos that I stored on their site from 2007-2015 hostage replacing them with ugly grey and black boxes and asking for a large ransom to retrieve them. It is a slow process to go through all my posts deleting the ugly boxes.

About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

53 thoughts on “Laurie’s Valentine Party & Tablescape Thursday!

  1. So pretty! Look at those flowers, too!
    I love those red and white napkins!
    God bless your parents, they are adorable! What wonderful smiles..you are blessed Ellen!
    Happy ♥ Day!

  2. Ellen, this is the sweetest Valentine’s post!!! I love the tablescapes, and the dessert (will go check out the recipe). Most of all, I love the pictures of your parents, you and Mr. B!!

    Happy Valentine’s Weekend – incidentally, we will be celebrating Chinese New Year as well since they fall on the same day.

  3. Hi Ellen! Oh, what gorgeous tables! Everything is so pretty and how wonderful to see your sweet little parents! They are so precious!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;

  4. Well there’s not stopping with themes for you. Isn’t that one amazing couple. I hope I can look like that after 66 years. I love perusing through your table settings. Absolutley beautiful…I think everyone in my home will feel the festive feeling of red, but for some other reasons.

  5. Beautiful, beautiful post, Ellen B, The dishes are pretty, the mosaics well done and the picture of your Mother and Dad is wonderful.

    Happy Valentine’s Day.

    Barbara

    PS I am going to try this dessert for my Bridge Club

  6. I just LOVE how you go all out for holidays, Ellen! And I have to say I’m just in love with this table setting and festivity… it is just so much fun and romantic. Those napkins and heart-shaped plates are wonderful. The big mosaic… *SWOON*… Thanks for sharing, as always… And wishing you & yours the sweetest Valentine’s weekend ahead! ((BIG HUGS))

  7. What a beautiful post, Ellen. I love the photo of your parents. What a wonderful addition to this post. All of your mosaics with the pretty Valentine settings are gorgeous, and your mosaic of cards is precious! Thank you so much for participating in the party. laurie

  8. This was a good day to pop back in! I see much has happened…and you are on your way back…home. I will pray that your condo sells quickly!!
    Happy Valentines….almost!!

  9. Oh your parents are the sweetest couple I have seen on this Valentine Holiday. God Bless them and may they enjoy every moment in love! Happy Valentine’s Day!

  10. Oh my…what gorgeous tables! I adore the plate combinations…beautiful…I think the red is my favorite…although the pink is wonderful too…I can’t make up my mind;)!

    I would love it if you would send one of those deserts my way…they look delicious!

    Happy Valentine’s Day!
    XOXO
    Cathy

  11. Lovely table my friend…what a GREAT looking couple your parents are and WOW!! 66 years as old as I am ha ha!! Many Blessings to you and your honey this Valentine day my friend…Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

  12. Great post…pictures of your parents just make me smile. I’m hopping over to find the recipe…looks wonderful. Hope your weekend with your Valentine is wonderful Ellen!

  13. Fantastic shot of your parents. They are a beautiful valentine couple. Lovely table and flowers.

    Thank you for your comment on my blog. It made me smile because it doesn’t take much to set me off singing and now I’m singing Morning has broken, thanks to you. I’ve always loved that song.

  14. What a lovely post! Both of your tablescapes are beautiful, but I think I’m partial to the pink. 🙂 I’m going now to check out the recipe for that delicious looking dessert!

  15. Hi Ellen,
    I’d love to take you up on the hat offer! If you would get in contact with me via leaving a “do not publish” comment with your email address I will send you an email with my home address. What a kind thing to do both for me and the elderly spinsters. I hope you can tell me a bit more about them…I like the have a bit of background about the people who wore the hats.

    Thanks so much.

    PS: Where did you get your Home Ec degree? My BS Home Ec was from Oregon State.

  16. Ellen~~~

    All of your mosaic’s are gorgeous!! And I love the picture of your parents. You can see the love & happiness on their faces!!

    Happy Valentine’s Day!

    xoxo
    Janie

  17. So beautiful! Love the pink! The picture of your parents is so sweet! Wonderful to have been married that long!

    I’m a little late for Laurie’s Valentine party, but I just posted!

    Katherine

  18. Oh so pretty. I love the tablescape and the decorations, but the pic of your parents is the best of all. Hope you have a perfect Valentines. Hugs, Marty

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