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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Will She?



A Table For Two Set 

With the Color of Love



Delicate Linens 

of White Embroidery



Champagne Chilling



Stems of Crystal 

Ready for a Toast





Balcon du Guadalquivir 

By Hermes



Exquisite Layers



All Set the Mood



As He 

Pops the Question



Will She?

Photos Taken @ The Menagerie, Austin, TX

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45 comments:

  1. Beautiful!

    Happy REDnesday!!
    Love your dishes and that linen tablecloth!
    Oh~~~~ so romantic!!

    Smiles,
    Kay Ellen

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  2. Lovely table...I hope she does!!!

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  3. Hello!
    I hope she said yes ;)
    Beautiful table...I love red !

    Hugs, Anette

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  4. Beautiful table. Great imagination!

    XO,
    Jane

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  5. Gorgeous! Just absolutely stunning china on that embroidered cloth.

    Carol

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  6. Did she?


    A RED-LESS DAY?

    “Oh, my goodness, oh, my dear!
    Don’t you think it’s very clear
    That a red-less day’s a drag?”
    Said Ms. Foxy Scarlet Hag.


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher


    Lazy Days

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  7. Oh! How romantic, I do hope she accepted his propoal, do tell!
    Love the red dishes and your tablecloth is exquisite, what a stylish gal you are!

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  8. That should certainly get any young ladies attention. It would be hard to say no with this kind of setup.

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  9. Gorgeous table Sarah. The colors are wonderful. I absolutely love the cloth.

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  10. Sarah,
    How could she say "No"? This table setting is absolutely gorgeous! I am so smitten with that tablecloth. Beautiful! Thank you for such a cheerful an romantic post!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  11. Hi Sarah!

    Well, how could she NOT say yes when he went to all that work? You did a wonderful job here and I really enjoy your Rednesday post. Thanks so much for stopping by to say hello.

    God bless,

    Kathy

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  12. Such a beautiful tablesetting for a romantic dinner and a proposal. The plates are just gorgeous. So.....did she?!
    Happy REDnesday!
    Carol

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  13. Well, did she or didn't she? My money is on "yes".

    Just lovely, Sarah.

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  14. Beautiful table...the tablecloth is exquisite.

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  15. This is so lovely! So romantic,
    Kathy

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  16. What a lovely setting! That tablecloth is beautiful!
    Hugs,
    Penny

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  17. Oh my goodness, Sarah...look what you've been up to! You've redecorated the whole place while I was gone!!!
    Its BEAUTIFUL...love, love, love the header.

    This table is fantastic & I especially adore those luscious linens. How special & romantic!

    I see Kim has a new meme going on Wednesdays...must check that out. I have SOOOO much catching up to do!

    Its really nice to be able to connect with you again.
    fondly,
    Rett

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  18. This is so lovely.
    I love the dishes! Gorgeous design.
    Reminds me of my most favorite day,, Valentine's Day.
    Thanks for sharing!
    xx
    A

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  19. How elegant and beautifully done!!
    Love the dishes with the Asian flair..what girl wouldn't want to sit down to this table??

    Thanks for sharing this table Sarah!

    Miss Bloomers

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  20. Your tablecloth just took my breath away. What a beautiful table!

    Your new blog header is stunning! I read all about it. Lucky you.

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  21. Beautiful Sarah! I'm drooling over that tablecloth. It's gorgeous. How could a girl ever refuse in a romantic setting like this? laurie

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  22. Isn't that a wonderful dream! Lovin' the amazing tablecloth and fun use of the name holder:@)

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  23. Sarah --
    Love your new header! I can almost smell the heavenly scent of hyacinths. What a fun post. That linen tablecloth is especially fine and it wants to be MINE!
    Linda @ A Toile Tale

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  24. The tablecloth is exquisite! I stared at it so long I think I know it stitch by stitch. Beautiful dishes. Very very romantic.

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  25. How creative!I am in love with that gorgeous, gorgeous tablecloth! Have you had it long? I'm glad you liked my table today. :)
    Donna

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  26. How romantic! The table cloth is exquisite. How could anybody not accept with a gorgeous setting like that?...Christine

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  27. Of course she said 'yes' - how could she do otherwise in such a beautiful setting?

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  28. That makes my heart go pitter patter! What girl wouldn't love to be proposed to in that kind of setting? Don't know if you read Podso's blog but she had the best little story yesterday about how her dad proposed to her mom. This tablesetting would fit right in. Beautiful!

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  29. Oh this is gorgeous setting. I love the linens. I hope the answer is "Yes."

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  30. Beautiful setting! I had to go back and look more slowly than I did the first time because I immediately scrolled down to see if the answer was "yes!" :)

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  31. Yay such a fabulous post!! and a mystery now!! Beautiful!!! Hey..i love love the new header..or new to me...beautiful!! Gorgeous...and always a treat visiting here...thanks for always adding a spot of magic to my day with your kind words and visit!
    have a sparkling wkd ahead !!
    Kiki

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  32. Oh that is so very pretty and so very romantic Sarah! I wanted to tell you while I was at the Lowes garden section, I saw some gorgeous hyacinths,I smiled, and thought of you. I have never planted those,and was thinking I may try.

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  33. If he buys me that tablecloth I will say...Maybe! If he looks like Tom Selleck and buys me the linens it's a yes!Very pretty, Sarah!

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  34. Very pretty! She'd better say yes if he went to all that trouble! Ha! Thanks for stopping by, I'm your newest follower!

    Mikey @ Shabby French Cottage

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  35. Such a beautiful table setting..how could she say "no"?

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  36. Lovely, you have such beautiful linens, etc.

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  37. Sarah, I'm your newest follower. Thank you so much for your visit and for such nice and generous comments on my family heirloom table. Well, I love your gorgeous plates, just beautiful in red, great layers you did. The embroidered linen is stunning! The whole thing is sooo romantic, after all this plus champagne, I would say YES for sure!
    Have a nice weekend.
    FABBY

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  38. How beautiful! Thanks for posting such a beautiful tablescape.

    Hugs,
    Judy

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  39. Bee-yoo-tee-ful table linen!!! So wonderfully delicate and finely stitched. Just gorgeous. Fabulous chopstick set, too. I love to see different chopsticks & rests. Yours are uniquely sophisticated. The dishes are lovely, too, with a nice balance of red & white. Just FYI, I think hyacinths are my favorite springtime bloom, so the name of your blog stands out for me! Then to see that brilliant purple hyacinth in the header...wow!!! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  40. So beautiful!

    Congratulations on winning Kathleen's pink towels!

    Katherine

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  41. You still have the boat ? You can sail to New Zealand.

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  42. Beautiful linens...and how can you ever go wrong with anything Hermes! Thank you for sharing your gorgeous design. Cherry Kay

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