Do you set a special Valentine’s Day table? Today I am joining my favourite table decor loving friends to bring you 24 Valentine’s Day table decoration ideas that will inspire you!
If you have visited any of my table decoration posts before you know that I like to be resourceful and either use what I have, borrow from friends or spend as little as possible to create my vision. This Valentine’s Day tablescape was no different.
When I got to thinking about my Valentine table decorations, I knew I wanted to use as many things as I could that I already had at home. I pulled out my favorite white porcelain dinner plates, pink melamine luncheon plates, gold rimmed water goblets inherited from my Nana, and champagne flutes. With the basics established I pulled things together from there.
I had picked up a dozen roses to for last week’s market flower Monday post, where I show you step by step how to arrange roses, so the centerpiece was decided.
The pink hue of the roses and the gold rimmed goblets lead me in the direction of a pink and gold tablescape. But, I didn’t have napkins I or a table runner that really complemented my theme. I thought why not use wrapping paper as a table runner since it is inexpensive, reusable, and recyclable!
If I bring anymore cloth napkins into the house Tim might just have turned me back around. I was browsing around Marshall’s when this roll of pink and gold polka dot wrapping paper caught my eye. Only $3.99. Sold. And, as luck would have it, while I was waiting in the cleverly arranged check-out lineup bordered with loads of little things you don’t need but just have to have, I spotted these adorable gold bee napkins for only $3.00 for a package of 32!
To add some color to the table, I poured my Valentine’s Day Blush cocktail in each of the four champagne flutes.
Since the centerpiece wasn’t very large, I added a pretty tray and sprinkled on some heart shaped candy and ribbon.
Since no Valentine table decoration is complete without some sweet treats, I whipped up this sweetheart strawberry galette for dessert, and had some leftover mini cupcakes that fit the theme!
Another special touch when planning table decorations for any occasion is a little take-away for your guests! I used my Cricut Maker to make these Valentine’s treat boxes that look like crackers. I will be sharing a step by step how-to soon!
I will show you what goodies I put inside these little packages, but first a few more photos!
Who doesn’t love a surprise? Especially when it involves chocolate!
I hope I have inspired you to gather some things from around your home and set a pretty Valentine’s day table for your favorite gal pals or that special someone!
But now, on to the 23 other Valentine’s day table decoration ideas I have to share today. Scroll down and click each link. I have seen all these pretty tables and there is definitely something for everyone!
Until next time….