I’m typically not one to decorate for Valentine’s Day, but every year I find myself putting together a sweet and simple tablescape to celebrate the day. I’ve learned over the years that you don’t have to decorate with bright red and hot pink to make your house feel a little festive. It IS possible to add a little chic and classy Valentine’s Day decor around the house. Whether it’s a simple Valentine’s Day dinner or champagne brunch or a just few neutral decor pieces around the house. I did some digging and have put together a beautiful Neutral Valentine’s Day Tablescape that is a tasteful take on the season of love!
Neutral Valentine’s Day Tablescape
When putting together this tablescape, I really wanted to focus on incorporating functional pieces that can be used when hosting a Valentine’s Day Party! And do you see these plates… If I told you they were PAPER would you believe me?
The gold rim adds such a delicate class, that at first glance, you may not even notice that I leaned into “disposable dining.” Paired with my favorite gold silverware and the linen napkin adorned with baby’s breath, these plates are the perfect way to make your party cleanup a little easier.
Valentine’s Day Tablescape Details
When leaning into more neutral tones, pulling in a few different textures is a great way to add dimension to your tablescape! Adding this dried baby’s breath brings the table together. It pulls your eye into the place setting and can be seen drawn throughout the centerpiece as well!
Add depth to your tablescape by adding different sizes and shapes of candles! Valentine’s Day is centered around love… and what better way to set the atmosphere than with candlelight? I love these smaller LED candles that can stay lit all evening, allowing for the larger candles, in beautiful gold candlesticks to steal the show as the festivities commence!
And my FAVORITE details of the table have to be these quoted cocktail napkins and dainty felt hearts! Like I said, I am not the biggest fan of over-the-top pinks or cliche Valentine’s Day decor, but when I found these two pieces I knew I had to incorporate them into the table… and I love how it turned out!
Neutral Pink Valentine’s Day Decor
Finding this rose pink cheesecloth table runner, was a lifesaver. I knew I wanted to incorporate pink into the table and the neutral tone of this pink complemented the warm gold tones throughout the rest of the decor!
This tablescape is the perfect balance of festive details with elegant finishes, leaving the space feeling like a classy Valentine’s Day party waiting to happen. Now you are ready to host all your friends and family to celebrate in this season of love!