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Friday, November 11, 2011

A Pretty Pink Platter Perfect for Thanksgiving

One of the prettiest pink Thanksgiving tables I have ever seen was done by Jessica. Will your table be pink?

This platter would be right at home. It’s heavy enough for even the plumpest of birds.

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I so admire the delicate pink roses accented by pale green leaves.

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This gem is Haviland, Limoges France. Not Shabby but perfectly chic.

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As fast as I keep filling up the Etsy shop it somehow just as quickly keeps emptying out. I know this sweet bit of bliss won’t last long.

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I also only have a few of the French wooden spoons left.

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You have turned my heart pink with happiness, thank you my dear friends.

Laura

 Linking to:

Pink Saturday

26 comments :

5th and State said...

love your taste laura. have a happy thanksgiving!
debra

Susan said...

Your platter is absolutely gorgeous!

Teresa said...

You put such exquisite taste and care in choosing the pieces for your Etsy store.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Mari said...

Oh my what a gorgeous platter :)
Most chic :)

xo~Mari

FABBY'S LIVING said...

What a gorgeous platter! I love all the pieces, they are so sweet.
Happy Pink Sat. and happy weekend.
FABBY

mypinkprettiesaboutme said...

What a great way to bring a favorite color and a favorite holiday together. Thx for sharing

HPS

LL

Blondie's Journal said...

How did I miss that you had a shop!! I have to take a peek!!

Pretty pictures!

XO,
Jane

Jenny@daysofchalkandchocolate said...

Such pretty details! Love pink for any occasion!

Annesphamily said...

That platter is perfectly beautiful! Thanks for sharing with us. Come visit soon. We are going to be in Mesa, AZ next week! I am always looking for my bloggy friends there! Enjoy the weekend! Anne

Diana @ AnyoneCanDecorate said...

Beautiful!!! I myself love pink... but I don't think my hubby would want pink for Thanksgiving... so traditional Fall colors it is for me..

Happy Almost Thanksgiving ;)
Blessings,
Diana

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

That is just GORGEOUS! :):):):):):):):):):):)

chubskulit said...

Simply beautiful!

My Pink, have a nice weekend!

Debbie @ ribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com said...

Hi Laura, love this platter, very very pretty. You always post about the neatest things and I always enjoy your posts. Hope you have a great weekend.
Blessings,
Debbie

Kellie Collis said...

These are gorgeous! I'm loving the pretty pinks too! Have a beautiful weekend, Kellie xx

A Cozy Cottage in the City said...

Wow, that first pic really caught my eye! I've never had a pink Thanksgiving table, and that picture sure inspires me to have one! And LOVE those plates too!!! :) Happy Pink Saturday to ya!

XO's,
Jessie

vicki archer said...

These plates are just heavenly.... xv

Betty Jo said...

I love Limoges and this is a beauty! Gorgeous pink table too. Happy Pink Saturday!!

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

a pink thanksgiving? the platter is gorgeous!

Hines-Sight said...

Mine possibly could be because our fine china is my husband's grandmother's china, and its a floral bright pink. Very lovely.

Trish - Sweetology101 said...

Stunning...new visitor from Pink Saturday...your post is lovely. I adore haviland china, can not ever have enough of that dainty delight!

Ms. Burrito said...

Very pretty!

Would you mind visiting my PINK please? Thanks!

Life with L said...

How beautiful...I always admire people going outside of the box. A pink Thanksgiving is so different and elegant. I am your newest follower. Have a wonderful week-end.
Linda

Beverly said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Laura. I'm so glad you joined us today.

I know someone is going to treasure this pretty platter. We all have a weakness for dishes.

Dovecote Decor said...

I just found your blog on a timely basis. I have a china problem, so love the limoges. Your forgiveness post is beautiful. It is something we truly do for ourselves. I wondered for a long time why we should love our enemies, and it was explained to me in a Joseph Campbell book: " You should love your enemy because they show you your path. " We learn by aversion and resonance.
Best,
liz

Dovecote Decor said...

Whoa!! You just made my day. Thank you for your kind words about our online store. Lets add eachother to our blog rolls so we can keep up!
Best,
Liz

Michele Smith said...

Hi Laura, I just came across your blog from another blog. Love it! I am interested in buying a spoon or two if there are any left. Are you doing payments through paypal? My email address is jlm4e@hotmail.com

I am your newest follower too! Looking forward to reading more posts. I'm off to check out your Etsy shop!
Have a good night
Michele