Some of my favorite dishes are those with pink, peach and rose hues. With Valentine’s Day just a couple weeks away, I thought I would bring out some of my appropriately colored dishes and set up a sweet Valentine’s Day Table for me and my hubby, Hector.
It will be … ♪ ♫ ♪ just the two of us. ♪ ♫ ♪
I decided to use my rose plates, and layer different dishes on top of them. I wanted the rose pattern to show through so I put my Fostoria American 8½” Salad Plate as the first layer. This addition brought sparkle to the place setting and was most beautiful when kissed by the sun. From there I added a smaller plate from Indiana Glass in the Kings Crown design (with ruby flash), and topped it off with a piece of pink Jeannette Glass.
Crocheted napkins were added next, and I was thrilled to finally have an occasion to use these rose-colored textiles! They looked darling next to the rose plates. After putting all the elements together, I thought that this would be a perfect tablescape for a Mother’s Day Brunch or a Tea Luncheon with ladies. With all the roses and pinks in this theme, it would probably be too much for most men in your family … but for Valentine’s Day, I don’t think they will mind at all.
Valentine’s Day is the perfect holiday to use my vintage Fostoria goblets. They mixed nicely with all the hues, including a vintage pink transferware plate in the backdrop.
I sprinkled heart-shaped candies on the table, and also put them in vintage heart-shaped dishes.
Contrary to popular belief, the heart dish is not Fostoria American. This piece was from Home Interiors Glass, made by the Indiana Glass Company.
If you would like to learn more about the Fostoria American glassware pattern, please visit my other blog – FostoriaAmerican2056.com. I always enjoy chatting with other vintage glass collectors or enthusiasts.
This entire Valentine’s Day Table for Two tablescape was done with a variety of dishes and crystal. From Fostoria, Jeannette Glass, Indiana Glass … and more, it is a table full of vintage pieces that mesh perfectly together. Not only are vintage dishes beautiful, but they also tell a story. It is a story of past lives, past celebrations … and possibly a few mishaps. Because of this, they will always have a place in my heart ♥♥♥ and on my table.