Book Club Lunch and a Valentine’s Day Themed Tablescape

Photo source: google images

Photo source:
google images

 Our “Hostess with the Mostess” hosted our latest book club discussion at her house.  Once again, she put together another beautiful tablescape – this one with a Valentine’s Day theme.

Valentine's Day tablescape

 How cute is this? Lovely for a lunch with some gal pals!  This red and black color scheme would also work very well for the holidays, a winter or ski theme.

Valentine's Day table ideas

Valentine's Day table & food ideas

She made the heart-shaped felt pockets and bows.

No detail left forgotten:  It wasn’t good enough just to give us all a candy bar favor inserted in the pocket – no, instead she wrapped each candy bar in red paper and then covered the red paper with another handmade wrapper with a rose and each of our names printed on them (along with a decorative-hole-punched-edge)

InspirationalDetails.comShe sewed the above table runner complete with a darling button on each end.

Valentine's Day tablescape ideas

She makes her own silk floral arrangements like the one above!

Details:  Red candies sit on her side buffet

Valentine's Day decor ideas  As usual (for her), she changed the items on display in her hutch to coordinate with the red color scheme.

The Red Valentine’s Day Theme continues in the kitchen…

Lunch is Served….

Valentine's Day lunch ideas

A green salad mixed with cherry tomatoes, chopped bacon, crunchy snow peas, and julienne carrots topped with a Greek vinaigrette dressing…

Chicken Divan with a side of wild rice…

Valentine's Day food ideas

Heart shaped yellow pound cake…She split each cake, hollowed out a portion in the center and then filled it with a sauce of strawberries and raspberries

Valentine's Day lunch ideas

Additional WARM sauce served on the side  ~  De-li-cious…

If you would like to see another Valentine’s Day tablescape  click here to visit my previous post, “Tablescape:  Gourmet Celebrates Valentine’s Day”.

The book we discussed was Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier.  This classic tale was originally released in 1938 and has never gone out of print.  We had a pretty good discussion about the characters and the traits they possessed.  None of us disliked the book.  A couple of us liked the book, a couple of us loved the book.  All of us agreed it was very well-written.

Photo source: google

Photo source: google





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1 Response to Book Club Lunch and a Valentine’s Day Themed Tablescape

  1. Mary Jane says:

    I want to be there. This was done so beautifully, as usual!

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