Stylish Valentine’s Day Ideas

Today I’m excited to share my beautiful Valentine’s Day tablescape ideas with you.

Or, in this case, my Galentine’s Day party place setting and table top ideas.

Valentine’s Day Tablescape Ideas

I love how this tablescape idea came out so festive and elegant with small touches of spring woven in, to warm it all up a bit.

Like most things, it’s the small details here that really bring it all together.

When it comes to small details, my favorite thing are these little boxes of chocolates on each plate for each guest to take home.

I just love the pretty packaging so much.

Valentine’s Day Table Decorations

Another great find were these beautiful pink wine glasses from Estelle glass.

These were a bit of a splurge, but I found a similar style on Amazon if you’re looking for the look for less.

Speaking of Amazon, I also found these cute little pink glass candle holders (not to mention the pink candles.)

What’s so great about these is you can use them to hold long taper candles like I did here, or turn them upside down and they can hold votive candles as well!

Such a great deal – they come as set of six for under $20.

Valentine's Day flowers on the table in dining room.
table cloth | pink candles | pink glass candle holders

Other finds included this white tablecloth which has a subtle fun white on white polka dot pattern.

And the gold flatware, which I love, is from Pottery Barn.

I also found these great gold chargers from Michaels.

Valentine’s Day Decorations

I ordered these adorable (and delicious) Valentine’s Day sugar cookies through Goldbelly.

They were made to look like conversation heart candies and they were a big hit!

Of course it wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day without lots of sweet treats – which I spread around the table for a fun, festive look!

Spreading around rose petals would have been another great idea if you’re not into the whole candy theme.

Valentine's Day Table Decorations

It was so much fun to see my dining room in this festive pink color scheme for this special occasion.

You don’t necessarily need to have a romantic dinner to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

Sharing this special day with friends and family is a great idea.

pink wineglasses set with pink candles on white dining room table.

I hope you enjoyed these simple tips and got some good Valentine’s Day inspiration out of this blog post!

Have a very happy Valentine’s Day!


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