Thursday, February 16, 2017

Pretty Pink Valentine Decor

Well, St. Valentine's Day has come and gone for another year
but I couldn't stand the thought of putting my romantic pinks
away for another year till I shared just a few of my pretties.

I have used red many times over the years,
but this year I did subtle, I did less, and I did soft pretty pinks.

I don't know, perhaps I used only pink this time
because usually it is snowing in February here in Ohio;
this time it was warm..... reminding me of sweet spring
just around the corner!

I had a pretty tablescape for six all ready for 
a lovely afternoon tea that never happened.

Life has me so busy lately, and I am sorry for that,
as I so love to host an afternoon tea for my friends.

I grab a cuppa on the go
or sip while working these days.

I must remedy that soon....spring is around the corner....
oh, truly that is the very best of tea party seasons.....
at least for us pink lovers!

As always, thank you for visiting!



  1. Your post fulfilled my need of pretty today!

  2. PINK is pretty any time to me. All year I like and use PINK. HA!!

    Charlotte Moore

  3. Perfect pink for spring with new blossoms and Easter and Mother's Day...yes, keep out the pinks!

  4. Oh so pretty- I do love pink! We've had such a mild winter compared to the recent past and I'm praying for a smooth transition into spring. Perhaps with positive thinking and images like these we'll get there sooner than later! Happy almost Spring!

  5. Awww your pink is so pretty, Michele. I'm sorry that your tea never came about because the table looks so beautifully set. Maybe a spring tea will happen? Wish I could be a guest!

  6. lovely chosen pieces, michele. ♥
    i did zero/zip/nada valentine decor this year..
    but i did make a nice dinner. :)

  7. I love the soft pink, Michele. It is just so pretty and feminine looking. Hoping Spring surprises us all a little early this year!!! xo Diana

  8. This is just lovely, Michele...I think it speaks of romance quite nicely! The china is so delicate and pretty as is your tablescape.

    We are having some warms temps right now but I never trust good weather this early in Illinois!!

    Take care,

    Jane x

  9. Hi Michele,
    I just love your dainty pink china Michele. It is so pretty and feminine. I can't wait for spring time and flowers. Have a Wonderful Weekend. Blessings, Karen

  10. Hi Michele, What a lovely post sharing your pretty pinks. Your china is gorgeous! It is hard to put them away isn't it? I started today to bring out some spring treasures. Not Easter yet, but I did do some spring decorating and this year I am adding pink again.
    It just seems the year for it!! We are heading into some 80 degrees days ahead here in Texas but rain is on the way first. Spring is coming!!
    Have a beautiful weekend and thank you for stopping by and your kind comment.
    Blessings. xo

  11. Pretty and feminine Michele. Where did you find glass hearts? - they're adorable.

  12. Your pretty pinks are just perfect, Michele! Love your sweet vignettes and your beautiful teacups and china. So romantic. xx K

  13. Like pink it is so soft and clean
    so very pretty

  14. {{sigh}} your pinks have me swooning, sweet friend. Oh, how I would love to sit at your table and enjoy tea with you. Thank you for sharing your sweetness and loveliness with us.

    And thank you for your delightful visits to my blog. You are such a doll to visit even when I am behind....bless you!

    Love and hugs to you!

  15. Hi Sweetie,

    Your pink valentine place setting is so delightfully dainty and pretty! The softness of pink evokes a delicate beauty, doesn't it? Love the mini cake stand holding those charming pieces.

    Happy Sunday to you!

  16. All of those sweet delicate little roses! Such a pretty table setting.

  17. Love the pink - it so pretty. Great post, loved all your decorations.

    Have a wonderful week, we are sure getting lots and lots of rain.


  18. Pink is a lovely pick-me-up at this time of year. I'd leave all that prettiness around for as long as you need it.....and then head for the Easter pastels!

  19. How pretty! I, too, had a table set for a tea that didn't happen, but I'm still enjoying seeing it set up and pretty. Maybe next month...

  20. I love the soft pink theme you went with. So pretty! I would love it if you have a moment to come check out my blog. I am a little new to the blogging world and have been trying to connect with other bloggers. I have followed you so I can keep up with your posts. :)

    Chasity (

  21. Thanks for visiting me at Delights of the Heart. I love your tea time here with the pink. It is fun sometimes to do something out of the ordinary for tea time at Valentine's. Lovely!

  22. I think I have dessert plates and dinner plates to match your tea pot with the rose garland

  23. Love me some pink!! I have a plate to match that teapot -- love that pattern! Everything's prettier in pink! xo

  24. That is a gorgeous pink floral pattern! Beautiful post!

  25. Hi Michele! Oh, this is so pretty and your tea cup is lovely! Your decorations are so sweet too! Thanks for popping into see me and I hope you're doing well.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  26. Love these soft pinks (very Rachel Ashwell, don't you think?), and your vintage teawares are simply charming. The new issue of Tea Time features a tea party using vintage wares, and it looks like you have easily pulled together a similar spread yourself!


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