Winter can bring on a gloomy mood, but then comes Valentine’s Day with all its pink and red decorations, and I can’t help but feel excited! Look at my Valentine’s Day Table Decor – it’s full of beautiful pink cherry blossom branches, a sea of white flowers, pink and white candles, and adorable pink placemats. Here’s how to transform your dining room into a cozy and romantic space for two or more.
Transform your Valentine’s Day table decor with a delightful mix of white flowers nestled in dainty vases, faux cherry blossoms delicately attached to natural branches, and an array of captivating pink embellishments.
When February hits, my brain can’t get enough pink and flowers. It’s like I’m one of those birds flying north for the spring, except my mind is heading straight for spring. Suddenly, color takes over our whole house.
This year, I decided to decorate my home for Valentine’s Day with bold and vibrant hues to showcase my affection. The experience of crafting the table setup during a torrential rainstorm was truly exhilarating. Even though the winter atmosphere outside was dreary, I made sure that my home radiated brightly.
So, let’s dig and enjoy this fun and romantic table.
Valentine’s Table Decor
As I designed my table, I chose a combination of pink and grey hues. The grey serves as a stabilizing force for the pink, adding a subtle yet impactful accent. With my color scheme in place, selecting and creating the rest of the decorations became a breeze.
So, before you dive into your table design, settle on a color palette, and then let your creativity flow as you choose your accents.
Here’s a List of Items You’ll Need
- Easy Care Gingham Table Cloth
- Hurricane Candle Holders
- Glass Candle Holders
- Tiny Glass Vases
- Glass Cloche
- Faux Cherry Blossoms
- Real Branches
- Taper Candles, Pink, Grey
- Pink Gingham Cloth Napkins
- GlassyBaby Candle Holders – Here’s one link to some used ones and the new ones.
Here’s How to Style Your Valentine’s Table
Check out these easy ways to add charming pink floral and natural decor to your dining room space.
Step 1 – Make Cherry Blossom Branches
I found a few branches in our backyard. Since it’s wintertime, they didn’t have leaves on the. I hot glued faux cherry blossoms on the branches.
Then I attached the branches to my chandelier by stringing fishing line through the lamp and branches.
Step 2 – Make Small Flower Bouquets
It felt wrong to trim the flower stems short, but once I placed them in the small vases, I knew I was on the right path. Fill up many mini-vases with white flowers. I used white ranunculus, chrysanthemums, spray roses, and a few white daisies.
Step 3 – Add Colorful Candles
I love my Glassybaby handblown votives. They add such pretty colors and sparkle to any space. Of course, I collect them. Here’s the link to them.
I placed many tapered candles to add color vertically.
Check out these simple ways to bring some pretty pink floral and natural decor into your dining room! I hope you and your loved ones have a fantastic Valentine’s Day filled with love and joy!
Cheers, and Happy Valentines!
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