3 Fabulous Ideas for Valentine Tablescapes
Fun and fabulous are two of my favorite words. So I have 3 of my favorite fun and fabulous ideas for Valentine tablescapes to share with you.
Valentine’s Day is just 2 weeks away and I am getting ready to begin designing my Valentine tablescape for this year. Next week is Valentine Tablescape Blog Hop time so creating a fun and fabulous tablescape for this holiday is about to begin.
I always look back to previous years for ideas and inspiration. And I don’t want to repeat exactly anything from past years. In going back through Valentine’s tablescapes from the past 3 years, I discovered that I still love them and they haven’t gone out of style. Does anything Valentine’s ever go out of style?
Since I still love these fun and fabulous ideas for Valentine tablescapes, I thought you will too and would like a little Valentine table setting inspiration and tips.
3 Fabulous Ideas for Valentine Tablescapes
I decided that I would share in chronological order, starting with 2017. Here is a peek at these 3 fabulous ideas for Valentine’s tablescapes. They are some of my very favorites. I have provided links to all of them for your convenience.
Fabulous Idea for Valentine Tablescape by the Fireplace
This first fun and fabulous idea for a Valentine’s tablescape was very romantic. I set up a Valentine table by the fireplace for an intimate and romantic evening. Red and gold provided a rich color scheme, from the tablecloth to the inherited china to cute red lollipops. I brought out our best crystal and treasured silverware ~ doesn’t a fancy table setting deserve your very best?
Rose bowls, which I love to find at flea markets and garage sales, filled with red votive candles, added warmth to the evening.
DIY red glitter boxes held a little favor for my best guy.
The glow of the fireplace was a beautiful backdrop to this beautiful Valentine dinner. The rosé Champagne added a sense of festivity to a special occasion.
Fabulous Idea for a Romantic Valentine Brunch for 2
For this second fun and fabulous idea for a Valentine tablescape, I decided to try something a bit different. I wanted to celebrate a Valentine brunch just for Sweet Shark and me on Sunday after church. For a more casual atmosphere, I set the table in our breakfast room.
Once again I used a rose bowl. Just one rose bowl provided the perfect size centerpiece for a small table. Check the post for how I filled it.
Vintage pink dishes from an antique mall in Atlanta set a casual tone for the place settings. I also used the pink napkins with pom~poms that I made.
The best part of this Valentine brunch for two was the delicious brunch I prepared. The menu is on the post for you. Of course, we served a special cocktail to toast the occasion.
Fabulous Vintage Style Valentine Table
For this fun and fabulous idea for a Valentine tablescape, I planned this tablescape for a girlfriend lunch and it was a lovely experience. Using a brass tray as a base, I filled a few rose bowls with roses and tulips for the centerpiece. I didn’t realize how often I used my rose bowls in tablescapes ~ I’m so glad I’ve collected them. Some old roses dried in the oven are scattered on the brass tray.
For the dishes I used a set of china that belonged to Sweet Shark’s grandmother in a soft, whimsical red motif that had a vintage vibe. And, of course, this is the time to use any variety of pretty glasses that you have.
Of course, we had to have some sweets for the occasion.
I hope these favorite ideas of mine for fun and fabulous Valentine tablescapes will inspire you with ideas for your own celebrations, design and creativity.
With so many Valentine ideas on the web, please PIN this post and each of the individual links so you can remember and share.
Don’t forget next week is Valentine Tablescape Blog Hop on Tuesday, February 4th. I’ll see you there.
Super cute decor ideas! I love everything ~ especially the pink glasses that match the roses!
Oh my, Carol – those are all wonderful! That beautiful fire! The china – the crystal – the flowers! The eggs shaped like hearts! 🙂 I love it all! ❤️ I can see we’re going to have to talk tables soon!
Love that centerpiece and the china on the girls luncheon table! So pretty!!
All three tables are pretty. But I loved the one with the pin and white napkins. I need those napkins in my life. TFS