The menu on my table today is a bit unusual. Click on the picture to enlarge it and you may decided that you are glad you aren't having this meal. I love trying to imagine what it would have been like to be on that ship in 1911. I'm sure the table was elegant, the women were in beautiful gowns and the service was impeccable. I added the menu to my tablescape as this weeks "touch of whimsy" for my Valentine's Day setting. You can see the wine list later on in the post.
Please excuse the smudge on my photos.
I took a food photo before these and had a dirty lens and didn't know it!
This table doesn't really need much explanation. The white plates are Certified International China and the red plates as well as the ruffled red and white salad plates are Crate and Barrel. I used a pink/red flatware to tie in the pinks in my centerpiece.
Red roses, pink and red tulips, red netting and
candles reflect off a large circular mirror.
The tiny pitcher is actually a Crate and Barrel soy sauce pitcher,
but I loved it because it was so tiny. It had to come home with me.
They just don't make Valentines the way they used to.
I am joining Susan @ Between Naps on the Porch
for Tablescape Thursday.
Please visit our lovely hostess.