Last Updated on 2020-10-23 by Linda
It’s almost February 14th, Valentine’s Day. The day know for hearts, roses and romance. A day of romantic dinners, fireside chats and quality time together. A time for Valentines Day Table and Heart Napkins.
Well that’s all if you have that special someone in your life. Well let’s not just think romance folks, let’s think hearts, flowers and friendship too.
Hearts and Flowers for Valentines Day
I love creating the perfect tablescape for every occasion. For Valentines Day I stuck to the tried and true. I created a table that will invoke memories of romantic nights. A night of hearts and flowers and maybe, just maybe candlelight and chocolate.
Do you celebrate Valentine’s Day or are you more of a Galentine’s Gal, or maybe a Bromance supporter? Regardless of how you celebrate the 14th let’s start with a pretty table we can all enjoy.
For my Valentine’s Day Table, the concept is simple a red and white theme, gather what you have or pick up a few things. I found these red plates and white chargers at the Dollarama. So for only $8.00 I had the perfect start. The tablecloth and napkins I already owned. Michael’s and the Dollar Store’s are great for picking up little heart accessories to accessorize with. I also found a few things at Target when we were there in January.
Valentines Day Hearts
The Valentine’s Day Table was almost complete. This year for place cards I figured my little Easels would work perfectly. Add a heart accessory and nicknames and Initials instead of full names. A fun little craft you could have the kids help you with if the dinner is family friendly.
Simple white candles and crystal candle holders add to the sense of romance.
Romantic Table Settings
The table seemed to call for fancy silverware and champagne. To really mark the event I created the perfect napkin. A heart fold that you can easily replicate. This is when of the easiest folds to date for me. In five easy steps you too can create this fold.
All it needs is a red square napkin, and a few easy folds. Taking the square and ensuring you are folded in thirds.Now if instructional pictures are not your preferred learning technique I also created a video for you to follow