Friday, March 15, 2013

Annual Love Fest March 2013



Our Annual Love Fest was on March 2 this year('cause of everyone's schedules).
It's a get-togerther to celebrate Valentine's Day.
It was held at my best friend's home and the theme for the party
was 'The Key To My Heart'.

Our welcome to the party.


All red table with a beautiful candle centerpiece. I've shown these
 with the crowns inside on my Christmas post (without the candles).
Handmade napkin rings and wine charms.
The hostess of the party made the napkin rings,
wine charms and place cards. 
Handmade place cards that we got to keep.

Every napkin ring was different.

Every wine charm was different.


A box like this filled with party favors reflecting the theme was
our gift.

Mini cupcakes for dessert. Our menu consisted of  melt in you mouth steaks
barbecued on the grill, garlic mashed potatoes, sauteed mushrooms and
onions, salad with toasted walnuts, feta cheese and dried cranberries. Before
dinner we had two hot dips (one was spinach) with heart shaped crackers.
And a pink sparkly champagne. Merlot and pinot noir were the wines with
dinner.
Some of the party favors that were in the gift box that we
got to take home. The one that says "Key To My Heart"
is a rubber stamp and the fancy key with tassel is a can opener.

The necklace I wore representing the theme that I got 
at the Vintage Marketplace. See the little key and heart?
You can see the shoes I wore here.

I'm linking with The Tablescaper.


16 comments:

Vicki @ lifeinmyemptynest said...

What a pretty table and details :-)

Leovi said...

Wonderful designs, beautiful compositions. excellent photos

beachcomber said...

how romantic! beautiful decorations & love your new necklace.
x

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Susan! WOW! The MENU alone sounds like a love fest! Stunning reds and again, that chandelier in your header is DROP DEAD FABULOUS!

Thank you for the wake-up beauty this morning! Anita

Michelle Spieler said...

Jen did such a beautiful job! I love your necklace, Susie! And the napkin rings? I would so rock one as a wrist cuff....gorgeous.

DIMI said...

Wow Susan!!Beautiful decorations,amazing photos!!You realy had a wonderful time!Hope you have a lovely weekend!
Dimi..

Raindrops and Daisies said...

Good Morning Susan
and Greetings from Ireland

I just wanted to pop by and wish you
a very Happy St. Patrick's Day.

May you always have
Walls for the winds,
A roof for the rain,
Tea beside the fire,
Laughter to cheer you,
Those you love near you,
And all your heart might desire!

Fiona
ps love the necklace!

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

The hostess did a wonderful job! I certainly noticed. I love your necklace! I can't believe she even made the napkin rings. I'm sure everyone had a wonderful time.

Ellie said...

What a great idea for a party. It all looks very lovely and those wee cakes look absolutely delicious. :)

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Wow! Such talent! Looks like a fun party. Finally getting back to you. I appreciate your great comments!

The French Hutch said...

What a great idea for a get together. I love how you use keys throughout. A beautiful table and such pretty details, stemware, napkin rings and the beautiful art of dessert! Thanks for sharing. Oh, I love the chandelier!!!

~Emily
The French Hutch

Jade said...

Oh, what a wonderful idea, dear Susan..........everything looks sooooo romantic! Love the keys and I would like to eat this sweet little cakes right now!!! Have a great week,

hugs Jade

The Style Crone said...

A delightful way to party with friends, in the most 'loving' of ways.

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

Oh everything is so pretty and those cakes look amazing!!

Desire Empire said...

What a beautiful way to celebrate valentines day with friends. The table looks like it was set with so much care. Goegeous.

And can I just say how much I adore the chandelier in your header. It's stunning.
Carolyn

Popcorn, Pugs & Peonies said...

The decor is so pretty. I hope you ate a lot of cupcakes (I would have). It might even be fair to say that I could use a cupcake intervention:)