Looking for ways to dress up your table for Galentine’s Day? Celebrate in style with these 5 amazing Galentine’s Day table decor ideas.
Have you hosted or attended a Galentine’s Day party before?
It is such a fun way to get together with your besties.
To celebrate, my best blogging friends and I are launching a virtual supper club with a virtual Galentine’s Day brunch.
Since we live in different parts of the country, we thought it would be fun to throw a theme party together for Galentine’s Day.
To see what we are having, CLICK HERE.
And today we are sharing our Galentine’s Day table decor ideas.
If you are dropping by Rachel’s from the Ponds Farmhouse, welcome to my home!
Isn’t Rachel the cutest! I adore her and her beautiful vintage farmhouse home.
Are you celebrating Galentine’s Day with your friends too?
To celebrate Galentine’s Day, we are each preparing a table and menu item.
Today, we are focusing on dressing up the table.
Do you love to decorate a pretty table too?
It’s one of my favorite things!
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Easy Galentine’s Day Table Decor Idea
I love entertaining and dressing up the dining room table for guests.
No matter how big or small the event is, I enjoy designing a beautiful centerpiece and setting a gorgeous table that coordinates with it.
Galentine’s Centerpiece Idea for the Dining Room Table
Every table starts with a beautiful centerpiece.
They are not hard to make.
Centerpieces can be designed with live or faux plants.
If you want a centerpiece that will last for a season without the care, I suggest going with faux.
And if you want to decorate with faux, start collecting seasonal faux greens and flowers using these tips.
When making a centerpiece, start with a vessel you love.
For me, I am obsessed with my vintage toolbox.
It looks incredible on my farmhouse dining table and I love the vintage rustic vibe.
This toolbox has gone through many looks in the last year.
And I used a lot of the same faux greens and florals, just in different ways.
It started with this gorgeous Thanksgiving centerpiece.
Then I changed it up slightly to make this beautiful Christmas centerpiece idea.
After the holidays, the same toolbox transitioned to this amazing winter centerpiece idea for the dining table.
And then it transitioned to spring and summer with this centerpiece idea for the dining table. It was a little more spring, but I kept it through summer because it was neutral, looked gorgeous and I loved it.
It got a new look for fall.
Here’s what it looked like for holidays this year.
To tone it down for winter, I removed the Christmas ornaments and added a few more organic touches.
For Valentine’s Day, I swapped out half of the greens and pine cones for these GORGEOUS faux roses.
To brighten it up and add more dimension, I tucked in some white berries and these neutral, textured ornaments instead.
Doesn’t it look awesome?
I love how this one turned out.
Now that we designed our Galentine’s Day centerpiece, let’s decorate the dining room table.
Galentine’s Day Table Setting Idea
Those gorgeous faux roses and burlap garland are the inspiration for this beautiful tablescape.
For the table, I started with a grain sack table runner that has a red ticking stripe.
I bought it for Christmas, but it’s doing double duty for Galentine’s Day with my ladies!
On top of the table runner is the gorgeous toolbox centerpiece I designed.
The best part about using a toolbox for a centerpiece is how easy it is to remove from the table before we eat!
For each place setting, I started with my favorite cedar branch placemats.
Then, I topped off each with this beautiful burlap placemat on top.
I added this gorgeous scalloped melamine charger and topped it off with my grandmother’s Lenox.
To add a pop of red, I used rose red napkin linens.
For some casual elegance, I used gold flatware and my beautiful gold rimmed champagne flutes.
And for a special gift, I bought my favorite gals some delicious chocolates from my favorite local choclatier, J Emanuel Chocolates.
They have the best chocolates around and I get them every year for my family.
So I tucked them in these adorable Valentine’s Day gift boxes.
Aren’t they so cute?
Thanks for stopping by my blog today!
Next up on the Galentine’s Day Tablescape Tour is my good friend Michele from Vintage Home Designs.
She is so creative and has such a beautiful home!
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