Simple Valentine Day Table Decorations With No Red
Two of my favorite colors for years and years are white and pink. And since I’m wholeheartedly embracing the “less is more” approach to life and home these colors remain true to what I love. Truth be told I’m really not much of a fan of red…I am of pale and pastels. That’s what I tend to go for almost every. single. time.
I started dressing my table today with this beautiful tablecloth that isn’t a tablecloth. You’ve SEEN IT BEFORE and I’m obsessed with it and have THIS DUVET COVER in both white and PALE BLUE. It’s the perfect setting for a Valentine Day table decoration if you ask me!
Consider incorporating other home items to your Valentine Day Table Decorations
Don’t forget to add in vintage items as well
The flowers are some of the most exquisite ruffled garden roses that I’ve perhaps ever had! There is a new flower shop here in the Miami area that I’ve had the pleasure of working with. If you are anywhere local, I hope that you check out the Miami Flower Market.
NO RED TABLE SETTING FOR YOUR VALENTINE DAY TABLE DECORATIONS
I layered my antique French Limoges dinnerware, since I was bound and determined to keep this table light and airy. Much of what I have in my home is vintage, including these pink pastel wine goblets along with the etched wine glasses and even the gold flatware. I’ll include some similar sources at the end of this post if you are looking to get your table ready for spring.
Add some fun treats to your Valentine Table as well!
A store-bought cake with a few blooms on top elevated to new heights by a vintage pastel pink cake stand. I don’t claim to be the world’s best baker (although I DO enjoy baking:-) and often purchase plain cakes to dress up pretty.
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Love love love all the pink for Valentines Day. Great ideas with other ways to use as a tablecloth. Thank you for sharing. Jean