My Romantic Home - Centerpiece Party

I am so excited to be able to take part in one of Cindy's parties. You must check out her beautiful, inspiring blog at My Romantic Home. 

I used some of my favorite things to create my Valentine centerpiece. What romantic vignette would be complete without flowers, lace and candlelight? After lining a rustic wicker tray with a vintage damask napkin, I added delicate hydrangea and ranunculus blooms, and a very special cherub statuary,  some pearls (always a favorite) and  vintage rhinestone jewelry pieces for a wee bit of sparkle. My favorite vintage lace hankie graces the side of the tray and the carved heart soaps add romance along with a heavenly floral scent. Happy Valentine's Day to all my blog friends and a sweet thank you to Cindy for including me in her event.

We would love to hear how you decorate for Valentine's Day.......
xoxo
Trisha

12 comments

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

I adore your centerpiece!

A day at the Cappuccino Café said...

What a beautiful vignette! It is so romantic & inviting, I my try to duplicate it for my honey =)

Alison Gibbs said...

Such a romantic Centrepiece. Cindy's Centrepiece Party is such fun.
Alisondelaths

Millie said...

very romantic!

Liz said...

This is perfect! I love it!

~Liz

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

OH MY GOSH! This is gorgeous!!! Thank you so much for joining in!

Angie said...

Very pretty!

Tutti Chic said...

This centerpeice is magnifique trisha! LOVE LOVE LOVE it! Hope all is well with you & your family! I've tried to email you but comes back delivery failure? hope v-day was sweet for you! xo tutts

Reese & Marie said...

I just discovered your blog and love your style! I would love to feature you in my post "birds of a feather". Please email me at karifpayne@yahoo.com to let me know if it's OK....

thanks,
-kari

Draffin Bears said...

What a beautiful blog, so romantic and delicate.
I loved that rose Windermere, soft pretty colour.

Have a great weekend
Carolyn

cameronsharpe said...

Love is not written on paper, for paper can be erased. Nor is it etched on stone, for stone can be broken. But it is inscribed on a heart and there it shall remain forever.

Betty's corner of the world said...

OMG ...I am in love............. with your blog and every single thing in it ...I'll be back for a very long visit.
Hugz ...Betty