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February 4, 2020

BE MINE

Won't you Be Mine!
 I thought I'd show my table in stages as I built it...



I came across these at Home Goods on mark down.  The starry dishes are by Sara Miller London, Portmeirion Celestial Collection.  The glittery gold chargers were part of a set of 4

The "Love" dishes came from Hobby Lobby.  I accented them with a chocolate heart!  The gold rimmed stemware were also from Home Goods.  I borrowed the center glass tray from  under my cloche nearby.  My theme quickly became gold and red!

Then I brought in my "Red Velvet" Amaryllis that I've been growing for the last month for my centerpiece.
I embellished the pot with moss, three hearts on sticks and a garland made of hearts.

 I had this pink rose accented pottery piece for some time.  Turns out it was just the right size for the amaryllis. 

Red Velvet amaryllis is a very large and truly red flower.  Here it is nearly all opened up.

 And now it's in full bloom!  Just as gorgeous as a red rose!

These are candles accented with heart graphics from Pier 1 with "Pink Champagne" as their scent.  The crystal candlesticks are also from Pier 1.

 The gold and white striped candles were part of a boxed set I picked up at TJMaxx a while back.

I was going for a bit of an elegant with a flair of whimsy!


Some nighttime photos!


Wishing you a Happy Valentine's Day!

I am joining a Blog Hop presented by Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate.  

I hope you'll get inspiration by visiting these bloggers listed below.

Celebrate and Decorate
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26 comments:

  1. Your amaryllis timing to bloom so beautifully was perfect for your Valentine table. I love the container and how pretty the gold and white candles are that flank your centerpiece. Your plate stack is also very attractive.Very creative and festive, Liz. Happy Valentine's Day!

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  2. Your red velvet amaryllis is so gorgeous as the centerpiece of this Valentine's table and the container you have it in is very pretty too! Your table makes me think of a fine dining restaurant.I think you captured exactly the right amount of flair and whimsy with all of your decor paired together. Those gold candlesticks are so pretty in the crystal candle sticks!

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  3. It's all so elegant with a touch of whimsy.
    Center stage the Amaryllis is the real queen
    of hearts they are showstoppers.
    Our Pier 1 is closing soon. :(

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  4. Well you nailed it Liz! Elegant with whimsy, AND stunning thanks to that gorgeous Amaryllis! Wish I had your flair with flowers and gardening.

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  5. You had me at amaryllis Liz! I fell in love with these stunning plants when I was given one for Christmas this year, and it is so fascinating to watch them grown and bloom...it is the perfect Valentine centerpiece, who needs roses! I love that you let it shine and complimented it with gold and white and just small touches of red. Beautiful!
    Jenna

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  6. Wow, very classy! What an elegant setting! I never saw those love plates at Hobby Lobby because those would have been in my cart for sure!! Have wonderful Valentine's day!!

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  7. Liz, Your Red Velvet amaryllis is stunning and makes a beautiful centerpiece for your table with your pot embellishments. I love your plate stack ending with your sweet love plates. As always it’s a pleasure to blog hop with you. I hope your Valentine’s Day celebration is sweet.♥

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  8. Liz, I think your amaryllis is the prettiest one I’ve ever seen. I love how you embellished the pot with the heart touches. Very pretty dishes too. How sweet to put a chocolate heart on each plate.

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  9. Liz, your intention was perfectly paired - elegance & whimsy! I adore how you took the HL plates and punctuated them with the chocolate heart. Dressing your amaryllis for the occasion is the crown jewel to the chargers and dinner plates on the table. This is such a romantic table overall, very tasteful. I am happy to be in your company in this roundup of inspiration. Happy February!

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  10. it's beautiful and the red and gold is so perfect together. I love your velvet amaryllis too. I recently wrote a post about my foroced bulb paperwhites. The love plates are so sweet, adding a bit of chocolate makes them even sweeter ( wink). It's a pleasure to hop with you, Pinned! Hugs, Katherine

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  11. Liz, what perfect timing for your beautiful red velvet amaryllis to be in bloom. It makes for a beautiful presentation, especially in the rose adorned pot. The plate stack is wonderful with the gold and the love plates. Adding the chocolate heart is the perfect touch. The candles are darling. Lots of romance for this beautiful table. A pleasure to join you on this Valentine blog hop.

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  12. Your table is so lovely! The gold dishes are so lovely, but the "love" plate with your sweet chocolate treat is the icing on the cake! The amaryllis in bright red compliments your other red accents. How adorable is that pot with it's little floral accents! You have me wondering what exactly "pink champagne" smells like! I have had it to drink, but never noticed the scent! Thanks for joining us in a hop again!

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  13. Liz, the Red Velvet amaryllis is a fabulous centerpiece for your lovely Valentine’s table. The love plate with the chocolate heart speaks of the special day. Your table is so lovely and romantic. It is a pleasure to blog hop with you. Happy Valentine’s Day ❤️

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  14. That amaryllis is stunning - and how perfect for a Valentine's Day table! You did a beautiful job layering the plates and the Love plate is so simple and pretty. What a lovely table! Happy Valentine's Day!
    Shelley

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  15. Liz, your amaryllis is beautiful and makes a perfect centerpiece for your beautiful table. I love its bold red flower heads. The glittery gold chargers bring more bling to your table along with the glittery red heart garland. The handwritten "love" dessert plates are such an elegant touch and works so nicely with the glittery chargers. I am so curious to know how the Pink Champagne candle must smell throughout the room. It is, of course, spot-on for celebrating Valentine's Day. Wishing you a lovely Valentine's Day holiday.

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  16. Good Morning Liz,
    As I mentioned to Bonnie, I have been looking forward to this Valentine event! Your Amaryllis timed it's gorgeous blooms perfectly, love that it is the centerpiece for your darling Valentine table!

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  17. Beautiful table, Liz. Your amarylis makes the perfect centerpiece! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  18. Your amarylis is definitely the star of this table and the embellishments you added are gorgeous. You've styled a beautiful table and I love the stack.

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  19. What a beautiful amaryllis! It makes the perfect Valentine centerpiece! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

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  20. Gorgeous and elegant table!Thank you for such inspiration!

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  21. That is a gorgeous table for sure ,love you plates

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  22. What a wonderful table post, Liz. You always do such a fantastic job. I have a pick-your-favorite table on my blog....Valentine's Day,too! Hope you have a wonderful Wednesday. Hugs- Diana

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  23. It's lovely, Liz. Isn't Home Goods the best ever?!

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  24. Ooo, Liz! Your Valentine table is elegant and romantic! I love that Amaryllis! You are right, it’s as gorgeous as a red rose! Happy Valentine’s Day! Zenda

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  25. Liz, its the perfect sweetheart table! You know this red lover is grinning from ear to ear!!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  26. Beautiful and elegant 'LOVE' table dear Liz. I love the centerpiece with that gorgeous Amarillis and the love plates. Great red all over !
    Happy Valentines dear friend.
    Fabby

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Welcome to Home and Gardening With Liz. I have combined my previous blogs “Infuse With Liz” and “Sit With Me In My Garden” into this new blog. I love interior decorating and gardening. I enjoy redefining interior spaces by moving things around and reusing decorative items already found in the home. I also enjoy creating tablescapes and an occasional crafting project. I'm so pleased you've stopped by. I invite you to follow me and I do hope you will keep coming back! Liz
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