Set a pretty Valentine’s Day tablescape with a pink and silver color scheme, plus lots of texture that is perfect for a romantic dinner at home.
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Hello and welcome to Our Crafty Mom! I’m so happy to be participating in another fun tablescape blog hop hosted by my friend Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate.
The fun started on Monday with A casa di Bianca so be sure to start at the beginning of the hop so you don’t miss any of the lovely Valentine’s Day table inspiration!
For my tablescape, I decided to challenge myself to use all items that I already had. It is probably because I binged the Netflix series, Tidying Up With Marie Kondo.
If you haven’t watched it yet, I highly recommend it. First of all, Marie Kondo is just adorable. You seriously just want to invite her over and give her a hug.
She has such a comforting way about her. The show is based on her best-selling book The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up.
There is a lot to it, but the basic concept is decluttering your home and only keeping things that spark joy. Since I love thrifting, I have lots of pretty dishes and knew I could put a pretty tablescape together with what I already owned.
Let me show you what I used.
Valentine’s Day Tablescape With Pink And Silver
Usually I have a plan in place when I am setting a table, but this time I just went to my hutch and went with things that I loved and lo and behold I had the makings of a tablescape that definitely sparked joy!
I started with pretty pink scalloped chargers:
You can see how I used these pink chargers in a Spring Tablescape here. Next, I decided to layer a silver charger underneath and finish each table setting with my wedding china:
The soft colors are perfect for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner! Now that I had the place settings together, it was time to choose a centerpiece.
While I was shopping at the grocery store, I spotted a beautiful bunch of daisies for $4.99, so I went against my no buy rule and purchased them for the centerpiece.
It brings a lot of texture to the tablescape and is also just fun!
You can see how I used this faux fur in my living room here.
Of course, you can’t have Valentine’s Day without chocolate, right? Each place setting holds a small bag of Godiva chocolates!
Mercury glass candle holders and a few sparkly pink hearts complete the tablescape.
To add to the romantic theme, I added heart shaped ice cubes to the champagne using a silicone mold:
How about serving a raspberry moscato cocktail with dinner:
I hope you enjoyed this Valentine’s Day Tablescape and will visit the talented bloggers below to see their Valentine goodness!
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