Welcome to my little Valentine party snack table.
All kinds of sweet Valentines surround the pink tree on the table. (I am so lucky to have a sister-in-law who is enabler. She found this pink tree on sale and called to see if I wanted to buy it. She knew I’d say “yes”.)
Go ahead, fill your heart with food! (No heart-healthy food for a Valentine party though)
Help yourself to some cheese and crackers. (Platter: Shenango China)
I hope you like my egg and olive sandwiches.
Chocolate covered cherries are required for a Valentine party.
You can’t have a Valentine party with a few kisses.
Chocolate cake is one of my favorite Valentine treats.
Did you notice that I even decorated the chandelier?
Don’t forget the Valentine Party linkup on February 7th! (I can’t believe my party is featured in a magazine, and I can’t believe a girl in red spike heels [who is agile enough to put her feet on the dashboard] is reading about it!)
I’m so glad you came to my pre-Valentine party. I hope you’ll come to my next Valentine party on February 7. laurie