It’s no secret I want a different look for the table each holiday. A great way to decorate for holidays is to just swap out your tablescape items, rather than a room full of decorations. I personally like to stick to a color scheme that fits in well with Valentine’s Day for a romantic table setting. But you could even go for more neutral options with a pop of color or cute little hearts. I’ve seen some beautiful table settings in my time and one thing I love about picking out new decorative pieces is that it’s the chance to redecorate all over again- just a smaller area in the home.
You need the perfect items to serve sweet treats this February, so why not spice up the space for a date night or family dinner. The dining room has lots of memories where we share our parts of the day and it should be treated like a special place. Here are my top choices for a beautiful tablescape for your next Valentine’s Day celebration!
It’s time to put away the white plates and replace them with a pink dinner plate for the day of love! Having fun plates, bowls, cups, a tiered tray and silverware are essential to serving treats for your Valentine’s Day party. Le Creuset has some really cute personal glassware items that are great for individual servings. I even like to swap out the silverware for a rose colored option to go with a more romantic theme and sport seasonal decor.
Obviously, this is my favorite part! I love to find items to fit into my favorite color palette and rock the perfect Valentine’s Day tablescape. An obvious choice for my Valentine’s Day table is to have lots of pink and hearts. It’s not only the month of love, but it is also my birthday month, so the more pink, the better! Moreover, you could totally go the more neutral route and get white dishes that are versatile and stick with a white theme finished off with a neutral tablecloth. But if you want to add some color, pink ribbon adds a flirty fun vibe.
It’s not incredibly practical to think that we have the space in our homes to store seasonal decor. We can’t all fit fairy lights and faux eucalyptus garland in our closets. So finding items that we are comfortable having either on display on a shelf or in everyday use in the kitchen can be a great choice. You can even spice up the space with rose petals or fresh flowers in the space. For instance, a pitcher is something you can use often. It looks great on display and is of practical use, so it might be something you’d be willing to splurge on or keep an eye out for. A cohesive look is a lot of the design, but it isn’t everything. It can definitely be more justifiable to go for the options that are practical and useful for your household.
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