Are you looking for some Valentine’s Day tablescape ideas? Here is how I created a garden-inspired Valentine’s table using the most beautiful blooms.
I’ve created a garden-inspired Valentine’s Day-themed tablescape this year.
If I think back to the last time my husband and I went out to dinner on this romantic holiday, it would be 12 years ago. It was our first Valentine’s together.
We’re not big on crowds, and always thought it was more fun to make dinner together and enjoy each other’s company in the privacy of our own home.
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Valentine’s Day-themed tablescapes almost always have centerpieces with flowers. I’ve always mixed reds, pinks, and whites together.
Garden-Inspired Valentine’s Day Centerpiece
In the past, I’ve always used store-bought tulips or roses.
But I decided to go all out this year and pick out flowers from the local florist. Here are the beautiful blooms that I chose.
- Red and lavender roses
- White, red and pink tulips
- White, pink and purple snapdragons
- African Violets
Here’s a tip for you. Always ask the florist if they will charge you for a floral arrangement rather than charging by stem. It saved me about $30!
I went on a little shopping spree in Poulsbo, WA last weekend and bought these cute faux white chocolate-covered strawberries at Design Home and Garden, one of my very favorite stores. The white bowls are vintage.
SHOP RED & WHITE NAPKINS
SHOP WHITE DISHES
These pretty red glasses are also from Design Home and Garden. They really added a pop of color to my table.
SHOP RED GLASSES
Adding baked goods like the mini cupcakes shown on this white cake stand is a sweet touch. I tell myself every year that I will make homemade cupcakes for the following year. Somehow it never happens and I buy them from the store.
SHOP WHITE CAKE STANDS
We try not to have too many sweets in the house, but Valentine’s Day is an exception. I will admit I have already eaten 2 of these chocolate mint cookies. Please don’t judge me.
This will most likely be the only time I decorate with reds until next Christmas, so enjoy.
More Valentine’s Day Tablescape Inspiration
Today I’m joining my friend Ann of Dabbling and Decorating in sharing how we will be celebrating Valentine’s Day in our homes.
Ann has the most wonderful blog where she shares decorating tips, her love for vintage and thrift finds and DIY projects. She has 2 beautiful homes in Vermont and Coastal Maine.
If you haven’t been to her blog, make sure you pay her a visit, where you will enjoy her Simple Thrifty Valentine’s Day Celebration.
I hope you’ve gotten a few ideas for creating a garden-inspired Valentine’s Day tablescape this year. Whether it’s Valentine’s Day with a loved one or Galentine’s Day with girlfriends, I hope you have a wonderful holiday.
Until next time,
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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