It’s my first touch of spring on the blog! We just got back from a snowy weekend in the mountains, and we still have a lot of dreary days ahead but I love seeing pops of greenery and spring flowers throughout our home! Today, I’m joining Lory from Designthusiasm and a few other bloggers to bring you tons of entertaining ideas for Valentine’s Day!
I hope you all enjoyed Ann’s beautiful table over at On Sutton Place! With the holiday just a few weeks away, I’m showing you my Floral Valentine’s Day Table that will also work for the spring months ahead. I’m also going to share a few tips with you along the way.
Tips For A Valentine’s Day Table
- Purchase Grocery Stores Flowers
Fresh flowers are one of my go-tos when designing any table setting. They bring a fresh element to the table that make sit feel so inviting and full of life. You can go to the florist and spend way too much money on a few arrangements, or you can head to the grocery store and spend $12 on a bouquet of flowers and have some fun! I picked up two bouquets with similar colors, I wanted lots of greenery and touches of pink for my table.
2. Add Romantic Candles
2. Add delicious chocolates
4. Build A Table Runner With The Flowers
Deconstruct the bouquets and separate the greenery from the flowers. I start by placing the greenery down first. Eucalyptus is one of my favorites to work with. Gently tuck the flowers inside, just enough to give it a pop of color but still a whimsical feel. I nestled a few candles inside for a warm and romantic look. Finish off your table with a few truffles or other finger food treats for your guests to indulge in!
Creating a Floral Valentine’s Day Table
Here is a closer look at the full tablescape! I loved my Thanksgiving table so much, that I decided to do a similar look for spring but switch up the colors and give it a bit of a rustic look with wood rounds for chargers and wood slice napkin rings.
My husband and I rarely go out on Valentine’s Day. It’s never been a huge deal for us, and ever since we had kids we like to spend the night with them doing cutesy things like having heart shaped food for dinner! Plus finding a sitter on Valentine’s Day can be quite difficult. So I like having a full table set for the holiday, because we all eat together. This place setting would also work for a sweet Galentine’s Day with your girlfriends or spring luncheon!
Now, please hop over to Annie from Zevy Joy, her table is always so serene and looks effortless! Also scroll through all of the other lovely tables all set up for Valentine’s Day!
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