Flirty and fun is what a Valentine table in pink red and white should be. Don’t you agree? I am beyond thrilled to be part of a delightful tablescape hop hosted by the fabulous Rita at Panopoly. I can’t wait for you to check out all the amazing ideas from the talented bloggers participating in this hop – trust me, you’re in for a treat!
For this special occasion, I decided to create a Valentine table that screams flirty and fun. The color palette? Classic pink, red, and white! So, grab a cup of your favorite beverage and let me take you through the process of transforming my dining space into a Valentine’s Day haven.
Shopping My House
One of my favorite things to do is shop my own house for decor items, and this tablescape was no exception. I gathered a collection of pink, red, and white square paper plates, delicate white lacy placemats, ribbons, large pink ric rac, bright pink pom-pom trim, and more. I even added my unique touch with melted crayon hearts – you can find the tutorial here.
Creating the flirty and fun Valentine table Runner
I love coming up with new innovative ways to decorate a Valentine table. To kick things off, I laid long strips of ribbon, pom-pom trim, and ric rac down the middle of the table, creating a vibrant and eye-catching runner. Alternating the colors and textures added a playful element to the setup. You might remember this red and white polka dot Valentine tablescape that I did a few years ago for a ladies luncheon.
Charming Place Settings
The white lacy placemats were next in line, introducing a touch of femininity and romance. I arranged pink and red square paper plates at an angle, topping them with smaller white plates for that extra dash of pizzazz.
Clear glasses adorned with charming fleur-de-lis or bumblebee motifs. These were my cute moms and bring back memories of sitting at her table.
For the napkins, I used floral ones my sister found at a yard sale and tied them with leftover pom-pom trim, creating a cute and functional napkin ring.
And let’s not forget the adorable melted crayon hearts from last year, doubling as personalized place cards!
The centerpiece stole the show, featuring my white wooden 2-tier stand adorned with Valentine doo-dads. From a wooden envelope with a pink heart to a pink candle, white wooden beads, faux flowers, and other charming trinkets – it’s a whimsical display that adds character to the table.
White Coffee Filter Flowers
To finish it off, I crafted white fluffy flowers out of coffee filters. They’re super easy to make in quick 5 steps.
1- Stack 7 filters on top of each other.
2- Fold in half.
3- Twist the bottom so that it creates petals.
4- Tape the twisted end or staple.
5- Fluff out all the layers so that it looks like a flower. Boom you are done!
These delicate blooms run down the center, adding a touch of elegance and completing the flirty fun vibe.
The Finished Flirty and Fun Valentine Table
Hop Along with Us
Before you go, make sure to check out the other talented bloggers participating in the tablescape hop. The creativity is off the charts, and you’re bound to find inspiration for your own celebrations. Don’t forget to check out my white 2-tier stand available in my shop if you fancy bringing some of this charm into your own home.
Here’s to love, laughter, and a Valentine’s Day filled with warmth and joy! Cheers!
Panoply – Color My World, Valentine
Hyacinths for the Soul – Cozy Moments of the Heart – Valentine Tablescape
The Cat’s Whiskerz – Hearts, Snowflakes and some Sparkle for a Valentine’s Day Table
Red Cottage Chronicles – Family Fun Valentine’s Tablescape
Everyday Living – Valentine’s Day – A Celebration of Love
Life and Linda – Love You Beary Much
The Painted Apron – Rosy Valentine
My Thrift Store Addiction – Must Have Flowers! Vintage French Valentine’s Day Tablescape
Me and My Captain – Elementary, My Dear Watson
Home is Where the Boat Is – The Birds and Bees
Karins Kottage – Flirty and Fun Valentine Table
Pandora’s Box – A Valentine Breakfast
Mantel and Table – A Vibrant Blue Tablescape for Beautiful Valentine Romance
The Bookish Dilettante – Valentine’s Day Tablescape: Hearts and Lace
Thrifting Wonderland – Be Mine…Valentine
Dinner at Eight – A Valentine’s Table with Flowers, Ribbons and Hearts