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A Pretty Pink Valentine’s Day Table

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.

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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!

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Scrapbook paper hearts, labeled with our family members’ names welcome everyone to the table.

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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!

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28 Comments

  1. This is so pretty and understated, it is truly elegant Lynne! I love the soft color palette you chose, the blush pinks are fabulous with the eucalyptus~ and the wrapping paper runner is so smart! I hope you have a lovely evening, I don’t like to go out on Valentine’s Day either, much more fun to be cozy at home!

  2. What a pretty table filled with romance and treasured family items. I noticed your stemware, I have some very similar so they caught my eye! The soft pink looks wonderful and very romantic! Best wishes for a nice Valentine’s Day!

  3. So very pretty and dainty! Of the 43 years, the hubs and I have been married I can count on one hand the times we’ve celebrated by going out to dinner. I will check Amazon for the eucalyptus garland and I’m head over heels in love with the chunky candlesticks and your grandmother’s china.

  4. So delicate and pretty, Lynne. I love your use of a gray striped paper runner with your eucalyptus leaf garland and pink peonies. It goes so well with your lovely silver dinnerware set from your grandmother which contrasts well with your sisal placemats and wood candleholders. It has such a simple elegance to it all. Your white yarn heart garland is striking. It complements your lovely tablescape. So “warm from the heart” feeling. Happy Valentine’s Day.

  5. I went the same last year all red and white and buffalo check and went soft and pink this year, too! I love your soft look, especially the dreamy eucalyptus runner with the soft pink blooms tucked among the leaves! Happy Valentine’s Day!

  6. Simple yet sweet. How lovely to be able to use tableware from your grandmother!

  7. Your table looks beautiful! I love your Eucalyptus garland combined with the chunky candles and pink peonies. Using your grandmother’s china makes this table extra special.

  8. Lynne, your color scheme this year is gorgeous! You are the third person on this hop so far that I’ve seen use wrapping paper on the table, and it’s beautiful! Your gray stripe is just right as the base to the soft greens and peachy pinks. The candlesticks give enough weight to ground it and keep a masculine appeal, which I love implementing in my own tablescapes. Love the drink for its color appeal also! Great job, and like you, we are pretty much homebodies for the occasion. The fact that we are retired and empty nesters gives us the flexibility to go our for a nice lunch on the occasion, which is our ‘thang’, vs being out late in the evening. However you choose to celebrate, Happy February and Happy Valentine’s!

  9. Lynne, I love your gray stripped runner with soft pops of blush flowers and eucalyptus garland. Using your grandmothers elegant silver is so special and your china pattern is lovely.
    The soft color palette is very romantic.Enjoy your evening at home. We also celebrate at home and think it is by far the best way!

  10. So pretty and elegant! I love the colors you used and the soft glow of the candlelight. Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!
    Shelley

  11. Lynne, your table is classic and simple with just the right touch of romance. Having tableware from your grandmother and using it for Valentine’s Day is so very special! Wishing you a Happy Valentine’s Day !

  12. Very pretty, your soft color palette is beautiful. I like your grey striped paper as the base, it compliments your china well. The eucalyptus leaves and peonies add to that soft romantic feel. I hope you enjoy a nice Valentine’s dinner at home

  13. Very soft and dreamy look. The stemware is gorgeous. Love the addition of the eucalyptus leaf garland with peonies. How special to have your Grandmother’s flatware. Always a pleasure to join you on these fun tablescape blog hops.

  14. What a lovely table, Lynne! I love that blush pink/peach color scheme you’re using. It’s very romantic. I need to start thinking about making a romantic table for my Valentine’s Day now! Pinning!

  15. How pretty! I love your floral centerpiece! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

  16. Your Valentine’s Table is so pretty and elegant, Lynne! I love the soft pink hues and the glow of candlelight. It’s truly a casual yet romantic setting for a special meal. I love that you’ve used your grandmother’s plates and flatware, too. Pinning! Happy Valentines Day 🙂

  17. Nancy Jones says:

    We are homebodies also. We always have the same thing to celebrate Valentine’s Day. It’s simple and we look forward to it every year. I make Heart Shaped hamburgers. Ketchup makes them look like real hearts. They are served on fresh onion rolls. A simple salad, some root beer soda, and an eclare for the sweet tooth are all we need. Soft background dinner music, dimmed lighting and our recycled Valentine’s card which we date every year. I use candy heart shaped containers that have messages of love printed on the top which I serve with our meal. Happy Valentines Day Lynn. xoxoxo

  18. Love the runner and your soft colors.Your table is pretty and perfect for a quiet dinner at home on Valentine’s. We have a standard Valentine’s menu that we like to prepare. Baked lasagna, bread with Italian butter and a salad. It is simple and easy, not a lot of work for anyone.

  19. Your table is so pretty. Using your Grandmother’s china is such a special accent. The eucalyptus leaf garland is perfect with your added touch of berries and flowers. I didn’t know the dollar store sold chargers! Thank you for the tip. Your table is warm and welcoming and I love your heart yarn garland too. We also celebrate at home, I actually can’t remember a time when we went out to dinner on Valentine’s
    day and we’ve been together for 21 years in May. Pinned, it’s a pleasure to hop with you, Happy Valentines Day! hugs!

  20. Julie Briones says:

    Love the soft pinks with the gold accents, Lynne! Pinned!

  21. Beautiful! I really love the grey & white stripe of the wrapping paper – such a fun idea – and lovely with your pink flowers and cocktails! Thanks for the great wrapping paper tip and color combination too! 🙂

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