Monday, February 13, 2012

Valentine Week Breakfast



Oh, don't you absolutely love decorating for Valentine's Day?

It's such a great holiday to celebrate! Love!

 How can anyone go wrong decorating for such a special occasion?



We had two special guests, our daughter and son-in-law, over for a Sunday Valentine's week breakfast.  I wanted the kitchen table to look like one great big valentine so I put a plain, clean white sheet down on it first.



Then came the open cut work red tablecloth with the lace edges. This is a fairly new acquisition. It's red enough to make you blink!  BAM!  woo hoo.  Love it!




Added heart-covered placemats.

Used Bavarian dishes with sweet little roses that my daughter and son-in-law gifted me with on my last birthday. I LOVE this china and wanted it for a long, long time.






Napkins with great big pink roses covered each dish. You can see what one looked like in the photo at the top of this post.

A rose wreath sat in the middle of the table with a red (of course) candle holder and candle.




Menu:  Huevos rancheros (eggs in salsa)
            Warm tortillas (big flour ones)
             Frijoles (small red beans, smooshed and fried in oil and onions. Served
                            with sour cream.)
             Crisp bacon
             Chunks of cantaloupe
             Orange juice
             Water in
             Fresh coffee with half and half

Two pink satiny stuffed hearts served as fork holders.



Tah dah!  It turned out to be a "love"ly breakfast celebration for the start of Valentine's week.




DO YOU DO ANYTHING SPECIAL TO CELEBRATE VALENTINE'S DAY?

14 comments:

LDH said...

Very special and very beautiful! A wonderful way to spend time with your daughter and son in law!

Susan said...

I love your beautiful Valentine's breakfast table. What a special breakfast to make for your daughter and her hubby.
I am ashamed to say I rarely decorate for Valentines day. I just am too exhausted after getting all the Christmas stuff put away. I just can't stand the thought of doing it again in February.
I enjoy everyone's decorations though! Happy Valentines day!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

We have a nice dinner at home and exchange cards and usually chocolate! That's enough for me. This year I have some goodies for Tiger also. Hugs, Linda

Bookie said...

Looks and sounds so good...wish I had been there too!!
Winter is threatening to really come here tonight! Will see....

jeanetteann said...

How lovely. We don't celebrate it, but I still like to see others decorations.
xx jeanetteann

Dayle said...

Those rose dishes are divine!

Nancy's Notes said...

What a beautiful table setting! Your plates are so pretty and oh my, that candle right of roses is beautiful! Not sure what we will do this Valentine's day, it'll be special, that is for sure!

Linda O'Connell said...

And why is it that you don't own a bed and breakfast???

Chatty Crone said...

Happy Valentines Day table to you - I love it - you have the prettiest decorations. Pretty plates and napkins - and your daughter and SIL - and grat menu! sandie

Susan said...

Hello Everybody!

Thanks to each of you for your visit to this blog, my true labor of sheer love!

Sending out a warm welcome, too, to Linda Young. Today she is this blog's 270th Follower!

I don't know where Linda lives or if she has a blog, but just want her to know, I'm so glad she decided to Follow Writing Straight from the Heart!

Hugs to all. Susan

Eva Ason said...

What a lovely Valentine's table - I really love that!
Happy Valentine's Day to you my friend!

Eva

Carolyn said...

You have set such a pretty table for your family and the menu sounds good too! I love the tablecloth.

Happy Valentine's Day to you!

Carolyn

Karen Lange said...

What a wonderful meal from start to finish! The table is lovely, Susan. You have a knack for this, that's for sure!
Have a great week,
Karen

diane.stetson said...

Love your decorations and I'm sure your daughter and son in law loved the meal too. Great job Susan!

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