CELEBRATE VALENTINE’S DAY WITH A SOFT, ROMANTIC TABLE WITH PRETTY POPS OF PINK.
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Hello Friends! I hope you are having a great week! Since we’ve turned the calendar to February, I have been thinking about Valentine’s Day. To decorate, I made a simple yarn heart garland for my foyer and recently set my dining room table for a special Valentine’s Day dinner. I am excited to share it with you today.
I am so happy to join this Valentine’s Day Tablescape Blog Hop, hosted by the lovely and talented Chloe, from Celebrate and Decorate. You are going to love all of the creative and inspirational ideas to celebrate Valentine’s Day! Be sure to visit all of the links at the end of this post.
Last year I my Valentine’s Day table was classic and bright, with red and white. This year, I decided to take a different approach. I went softer…with pretty pops of pink!
My husband and I never really enjoy going out to dinner on Valentine’s Day. In fact, I don’t recall going out on Valentine’s Day since we were dating. We don’t really like the holiday crowds and the set menus. We’re both homebodies and would prefer relaxing with a special dinner at home. So even though we’re planning to stay home, I like to make it a special evening by setting a Valentine’s Day table. And this year it is pretty and pink!
Setting this table was so easy and fun. I love mixing styles to create a beautiful look…a little farmhouse with some vintage items come together to give this table a unique look.
An inexpensive roll of wrapping paper from Marshall’s is used as a base. The gray and white stripe is a perfect neutral backdrop for the table. On top of the wrapping paper runner is an inexpensive artificial eucalyptus garland from Amazon. I tucked in life-like pink peonies and berries that I had picked up at Michaels. Three chunky candles sticks, with white pillar candles complete the centerpiece.
Each place setting consists of a braided sisal placemat, topped with a dollar store charger and my grandmother’s china. Her beautiful silver pieces complete each setting.
Scrapbook paper hearts, labeled with our family members’ names welcome everyone to the table.
I haven’t come up with a dinner menu yet, but I did make some fun and festive Shirley Temples with Bubly cherry sparkling water mixed with grenadine. Yum! Do you have any menu suggestions? I would love to hear your ideas!
Enjoy this lovely collection of Valentine’s Day table ideas from my talented blogging friends!
Home and Gardening With Liz
Bluesky at Home
Red Cottage Chronicles
Living With Thanksgiving
Home is Where the Boat Is
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
My Family Thyme
White Arrows Home
Life and Linda
My Thrift Store Addiction
Calypso in the Country
PMQ for Two
Create With Cynthia
Our Crafty Mom
The Painted Apron
The Little Yellow Corner Store
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