Pink Roses

Last week I did it! I burned “the pink candle sculpted like a rose” — and vowed to use it in my next tablescape. If you don’t know the significance of the pink candle, I hope you’ll click and read my previous post. If you took me up on last week’s challenge, the link is at the bottom of this post. I look forward to hearing your stories! (Remember, if you don’t have a blog but want to participate in the challenge, you can email your pics to me for posting!)


But now, it’s time for my next tablescape … The pink rose candle provided lots of inspiration, and the choice of dishes was easy … pink roses, of course!


A white damask tablecloth, then a pink linen damask table square and matching napkins (with rose designs!) — and it was time to layer the dishes …

tuck in a few pink roses …

and light the candles …

Believe it or not, while you sit back and enjoy my pink rose tablescape, I’m going to go list some of these beautiful dishes in my Etsy shop …

I’m still here for a minute … if you’ll look closely, you’ll see that the berry bowls are actually a different rose china set. I’ll be putting it in my Etsy shop soon …

I hope you’re enjoying yourself. It’s beginning to get late … but stay as long as you like. You’re always welcome here!

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope to see you again soon. In the meantime, drop by my Etsy shop and take a peek … You’ll find the “pink roses” decorator pieces shown here plus the tablescape features shown below — and lots more!


(No longer) for sale in my Etsy shop:
Haviland Limoges pink rose plates – set of 11
Fostoria “American” crystal sherbets – set of 5
19th century pearl-handle knives – set of 4

Fostoria Oval bowl w/ etched roses 

Pink Noritake “Novus” goblets – set of 6 w/ original tags

 

From my personal collection:
Damask tablecloths and napkins – auctions
Clear glass charger plates – auction
Gibson “Claremont” white plates – Big Lots last year
Vintage blown glass napkin rings – auction
Oneida “Michelangelo” flatware – estate sale
Crystal candlesticks – don’t remember!
Pink roses – my yard


 

 

I’m linking this tablescape to Tablescape Thursday
Pink Saturday at How Sweet the Sound.

Comments

  1. This is just lovely. I love pink and I especially pink roses. You’ve done a wonderful tablescape.

  2. Very pretty table, I love your napkin rings!

  3. Congratulations on getting the link set up! There are so many things to try in Blogland! I enjoyed reading your Erma Bombeck post and thought I would add my candle to yours. I love using all my precious things and don’t wait for “someday” either. Your table is so pretty, and I’m impressed that your roses are from your own garden! Those napkin rings are pretty special too. Jacqueline

  4. Your plates are so very pretty, Susan. I love your etched glass bowl too and your pink roses! Lovely table!
    Blessings, Beth

  5. This is such a pretty, romantic table. You have some gorgeous pieces and this tablescape really shows them off.

  6. Thanks for the inspiration! 🙂 Your table is beautiful…would LOVE some of those gorgeous dishes! 🙂

    Have a happy TT!

    Sarah

  7. A beautiful tablescape.
    Someday I am going to learn how to do the linky thing.

  8. Love the whole table, but it’s even nicer in candlelight. Pretty pinks!

  9. very pretty, just love those napkin rings! nice candlelight too.

  10. I am not crazy about pink, but this table is gorgeous!

  11. This table is so pretty, dainty and romantic. I love the story about the pink rose candle. I scrolled down to read your previous post about it and wished I had one to share!

    Thank you for visiting my blog today! The pitchers are from Home Goods about a month ago. I was thrilled to see the low price on them, but have to admit I might have bought them anyway since I loved them so much!
    Sheila

  12. Very pretty and elegant. I love formal tablescapes with pink!

  13. It’s just beautiful! I love the pink roses, the pretty dishes and the candles.

  14. I would love to spend an evening at this table. It’s gorgeous and elegant! Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

  15. Your tableis beautiful

  16. What a beautiful tablescape and I loved your “pink Candle” post last week. I would have loved to join up but again, time has slipped away from me!!

    HPS!!

    Debbie

  17. You set an amazingly beautiful table-so pretty! Happy PS!

  18. Wow! I am visiting for the first time and your table is just stunning. simply beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Happy Pink Saturday!

  19. I HAVE TO SAY………YOUR TABLESCAPE MADE MY HEART SING BECAUSE I ABSOLUTELY LOVE BABY PINK ROSES.
    EVERYTHING LOOKS SOFT, ROMANTIC, INVITING, ELEGANT, AND DELIGHTFUL.
    JUST LOVELY, LOVELY, LOVELY!!
    BEAUTIFUL JOB.
    BLESSINGS, NELLIE

  20. Oh your table is simply elegant and PINK roses are a favorite of mine! Just lovely!
    Please be sure to stop by my Pink Post for a chance to win my giveaway.
    Lorena

  21. Hi Susan! Your table looks beautiful I am certain your dishes will sell in now time you showcased them so beautifully!

    I remember reading that Erma Bombeck
    many years ago. I don’t think I have a pink rose candle, but I have a candle that smells like roses! I have already lit it and it smells so yummy.

    Happy Pink Saturday and have a wonderful weekend!

    Tara
    All That Jazz Vintage or
    Sares from Loveleigh Treasures (One and the same)

  22. So lovely and sweet setting. Everything is beautiful!.

    Happy Pink Saturday!

    Hugs
    Charo

  23. Beautiful pink roses! Love the tablescape.

  24. Love your pinks! Happy Pink Saturday. See you next week.

  25. Your full of pink collection is wonderful, I thing you are very much crazy about the pink for decoration. I am really impressed with your pink stuffs arrangements.
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