Tablescapes, Hearts and Flowers


Instead of traditional red roses for Valentine decor this week





I opted for pink and white alstromeria




Thinking about what vase or container to put them in,

I got an idea…





When I painted this cake dome, I painted every other heart upside down…





So when you invert the pieces it can be used as a bowl too!





This large round vase fits perfectly inside





Originally I planned to fill the space between the vase and bowl with candy

but there wasn’t enough room…





Just for fun I tucked in a pink feather boa





The feathers seem to mimic the alstromeria petals,

going in all directions





But since we are going to use this table for HHjr’s Valentine birthday





I thought he would be more comfortable without the girly boa…






I collected these adorable cupid cherubs years ago





They will steal your heart!





The Aloha Raspberry Bread Pudding Ramekins will steal hearts too!





I hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!






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34 Responses to “Tablescapes, Hearts and Flowers”
  1. Rita C. says:

    Clever!! What a fun table. Hope your weekend birthday celebration is full of fun. Happy Birthday to HHJr!

  2. What a happy table! Your square plates are really pretty with the red and I will have to make one of those cork hearts! Yay — something new to do with my corks!

  3. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

    Jenna, your table is adorable and perfect for a Valentine’s birthday celebration! Your centerpiece is gorgeous! The cake dome is perfect! Happy Valentine’s Day!!!

  4. Nancy says:

    Love all the tables and that White Chocolate Bread Pudding keeps calling my name!

    Love your watercolor flower heart!

  5. Happy birthday HHjr. Looks like a fun party for you all. The boa was a cute and flirty idea, but I guess not for your son’s birthday. Alstroemeria always works and lasts forever. Happy Valentine’s Day!

  6. Oh my gosh! I need a bigger house so I can have a huge butler’s pantry to house the huge collection of beautiful dishes and accessories for your beautiful tablescapes!

  7. Janice Bright says:

    All so very pretty. Love the ideas

  8. lghiggins says:

    I love the way you took things you already had to create something new and original–and very attractive!

  9. thefrenchhutch says:

    Beautiful Valentine’s Day table setting Jenna. I love your painted cake stand! How clever to paint every other heart upside down so you have a bowl. Happy Valentine’s Day weekend……..

  10. thefrenchhutch says:

    Jenna, I found the problem of why I couldn’t comment. So many of my sign-ins were lost when I signed on with the new iPhone. I juste needed to sign back in with Word Press. That simple, who knew!


  11. Jan E. says:

    What a festive table. Adding the Dreamsicles are perfect for a Valentine’s. Love the boa idea too. Plan to copy that idea when I have a duck theme table. Hopefully a white boa will look like duck feathers.

  12. Cyndi Raines says:

    Like your flowers and your vase idea. The boa would have been perfect for a girls gathering. Happy birthday to your son, my sisters birthday is tomorrow and may you have a wonderful Valentine’s day as well. ♥️

  13. Sarah Anderson says:

    Pretty table, Jenna! I love seeing all the different hearts, and you can’t go wrong with alstromeria. Happy Valentine’s Day!

  14. Deb cantales says:

    I’ll be right over! Happy Valentine’s Day! Thank you for your lovely card. xo

  15. Kitty says:

    Sooo pretty is your 🐝-utiful bee, Jenna! I love alstroemerias, too, as they last so long. They look gorgeous in your bowl with boa. Happy Birthday to HHjr! Now I need to check our that dessert!

  16. Jacqueline says:

    I love how you incorporate your gift for painting – even on that fabulous inverted cake dome! How clever! The desserts makes my mouth water. What a fun table – I like it girly or not! And to finish, I just adore your watercolor heart at the end! Hope you had a nice weekend!

  17. Mary says:

    Happy Belated Birthday to HHjr! Love how you thought ‘outside the vase’ to use your inverted cake dome for the flowers! ♥

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