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Valentine’s Day Tablescape Idea

We are hosting a few friends for dinner this weekend so I created a Valentine’s Day tablescape for the festivities. Since nothing says Valentine’s Day more than red roses, I incorporated some gorgeous faux roses that I found at a local nursery.

From the moment I saw them, I knew they’d make a great addition to my home decor collection. There are so many ways I can incorporate them into my decor. They look incredibly real, I only need to buy them once, and they will always look this beautiful! No watering required.

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Valentine’s Day Tablescape Idea

Since I love leaving my wood table exposed, I started my Valentine’s Day tablescape with a simple burlap table runner. I added two wood candlesticks, some faux green fern picks and the faux roses.

Roses on Table
In this photo, I placed the faux roses on top of two faux fern picks. Another version of this tablescape could including gathering them all in a basket and make one large arrangement.

Next I added these gorgeous cedar branch placemats. I bought these a little while ago and have used them tenfold. They are such a great addition to any table setting because they add lots of dimension and interest. If you like them as much as I do, they still sell them at Pier 1. I purchased mine on sale and have used them repeatedly in tablescapes throughout the year.

I then added these beautiful galvanized metal chargers, red linen napkins and my grandmother’s Lenox.

Valentine's Day Table Setting
After putting it all together, I love the charger’s beaded detail combined with the gold trim of my grandmother’s Lenox.

To top off each place setting, I added these small, white boxes with red hearts that I found at the local craft store. As a special treat, I purchased fresh chocolates from our local chocolate shop to put inside.

Valentine's Day Tablescape

I’ve been asked whether I keep my table set all the time. I usually don’t. When I am hosting a party, I love to set a pretty table, so I design it ahead of time so I can enjoy it for more than a few hours.

Sometimes I style things for fun because I love to play dress-up with my table. When I do, I leave my creations up for a few days because it makes me feel happy to see it when I walk by. And that’s what it’s about right there – do what makes you feel happy.

Valentine's Day Tablescape

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Final Thoughts

Are you hosting a Valentine’s Day event? I’m currently working on an idea for a Galentine’s Day brunch. I am debating whether to use pops of red or focus on neutrals in my tablescape. Stay tuned!

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Valentine's Day Tablescape Idea

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