Thursday, December 13, 2012

Romantic Candlelight Dinner



                                                          Hello everyone,
             How quickly the December days are skipping by-before we know it Christmas will be here!
         We have our Christmas tree  up now and so I thought it would be a romantic setting for dinner.The black and white transferware has an elegant look.
                                  Candles add sparkle and romance-not to mention I look a lot better in candlelight!Ha!Ha!
                             I decided that although the roses in the first photo made a beautiful centrepiece this mercury glass tree was a better choice today.
    I always love an excuse to show-off my pretty black and white transferware teacup.





  It is dark now and the candles and Christmas tree lights give the room a magical look.
       A quick stop at the thrift shop and I came home with this pretty silver dish for a few dollars.


                                                  Love my drippy old wax candles.

 Well,that is my romantic Candlelight tablescape for Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch .
Also joining French Country Cottage for Feathered Nest Friday and My Romantic Home for Show & Tell.

Thank you for visiting,
Carolyn

15 comments:

Gail said...

I so enjoy following your blog, and love your beautiful china, etc. and your photos are so lovely. I have recently retired and started a blog, journeyofavintagegirl.blogspot.com I would be honored if you would stop by and check it out.
Blessings,
Gail

Gail said...

Thanks, Carolyn, for commenting on my blog. I wish we could sit down together with a cup or coffee (or tea). Have a wonderful Christmas!

Lady of the Woods said...

It Does look magical with the candlelight and tree lights! I live with these lights all year. I spotted one of my favorite ornaments on your tree...the clapping art deco fairy LOL...love her! wish I had more of her. Always beautiful here.

Pamela Gordon said...

Another beautiful table Carolyn. So pretty in the tree light and with the candles burning. I made your Swedish Butter Ball cookies the other day and they were a hit. Yummy. ;)

Susan said...

Hi Carolyn...That seemed like a wonderful spot for a romantic dinner. Everything looked sooooo lovely. thanks for sharing. Susan

nannykim said...

so enjoyable--you are a blessing!

June said...

Pure magic Carolyn! You do set the most beautiful tables I've seen. I love your choice of the black tranferware. It is stunning with the silver and mercury glass.
Your tree is so lovely all lit up and decorated.
sending hugs...

Jeanne said...

Such a lovely blog indeed.
I live in Ontario Canada............
I shall come to visit your blog often...........Such a pleasure indeed.

Love Jeanne

Tina from A Few Pretty Things said...

What a gorgeous spot for a holiday dinner!

Janneke said...

O Carolyn you have so many different beautiful transferware. Your romantic black and white teacup is just lovely to look at. I also like the mercury glass very much. Tomorrow it's Saturday and than I shall put my Christmas tree inside. I'm looking forward to make the table for tomorrow night to have supper with my husband, especially when I see all your lovely ideas.

Dana said...

so wunderschöne bilder, ein ganz zauberhaftes blog!
liebe grüße von
dana :o)

Bloggymom said...

What beautiful dishes!!

The Rosegarden in Malevik said...

WOOW Carolyn.....this is MAGIC :)
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Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What a lovely setting. I love the black and cream transferware and the glow from the tree and candlelight. Your new silver dish find is very nice. Have a wonderful weekend, Carolyn.

Christmas blessings,
Sandi

Korey Girdner said...

Where can I purchase this china or patterns like it?