A Soft & Simple Valentine’s Day Table

A centerpiece of soft pink roses combined with charming heart shaped dishes creates the perfect soft and simple Valentine’s table setting.

Since my husband and I don’t typically go out to a fancy dinner, Valentine’s Day gives me a chance to create something special for us at home. And for the last couple of years, that’s what I’ve done. If the kids are out or have plans, I set a pretty table and make a special dinner. And if the kids are home, then I just make it a bigger table! Either way, it’s nice to make a little extra effort to make it feel like more than an average night.

And although this year I did use pink roses, roses definitely aren’t required! In fact, last year I set a Valentine’s table with tulips, and I’ve used hydrangeas before, too. Of course, I want it to look pretty, but I want it to be simple and easy, too.

 

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For some reason I really wanted to use soft pinks this year, and I had it in my head that I would get faded pink roses. Good thing Trader Joe’s had just the color I wanted! Pink roses combined with some white flowers and eucalyptus creates a pretty but simple centerpiece.

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To finish it off, I added the pink hobnail candleholders and more eucalyptus scattered along the table. 

 

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I immediately knew I would use these Pottery Barn “Love” plates that I bought last year. They’re so cute, and I didn’t get a chance to use them then, so I’m glad to be able to this year!

 

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A simple clear glass vase lets the flowers really shine.

 

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I love layering the napkin between the plates for a more unique look, and of course, pink linen was perfect!  The color is so pretty, and they could easily work for Easter or even a spring dinner party.

 

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Layering plates is something I love to do, so I almost always use a charger. Originally I was going to use a gold charger, but it just seemed too bright and too much.

So I switched to the white chargers, and I love that they keep it a little more simple, and less ‘fancy’ than the gold would have.

 

 

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Pink hobnail glass candleholders add color and charm to the table. I love the greyish-green of the eucalyptus mixed with the soft pinks – such a pretty combo!

 

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And of course, you have to serve rosè! I mean if the table is pink, the wine should be too, right?! 😉

 

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It’s not often that I use a tablecloth, but this romantic setting just seemed to call for it! This is a simple white cotton version, but white linen would be lovely as well. The brass candlesticks on the buffet are a mix of vintage finds and Pottery Barn.

 

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I hope this gave you some ideas for how to create your own simple Valentine’s Day table! Some pretty flowers along with greenery and some touches of pink makes for a table that feels elevated and special, but is so easy to create!

 

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

Sheila
xo

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21 Comments

  1. I love your romantic table with those pretty roses. Hearty shaped plate is cute. Thanks for the ideas!

  2. Sheila, what a beautiful table! I LOVE those little love plates! So adorable. Of course I also love your chandelier, artwork and chairs…okay everything.
    Hugs, Jamie

    1. Aww thanks Jamie – you’re so sweet! I love that you love everything of mine since I love everything in your house!

      Happy Valentine’s Day to you and your guy:)

      Sheila
      xo

    1. Thank you Julie! I’m going to have to watch your video tutorial – I still need some work on my flower arranging:)

      Happy Valentine’s Day to you!

      Sheila
      xo

  3. Absolutely lovely Sheila! The pink is just so delightful. Gorgeous flowers and each touch like the love plates set the tome for a beautiful Valentine’s Day!

    1. Oh how sweet! What a lovely thing to say – and it’s always nice to wake up to a new reader! I hope you’ll stay around and even sign up for the newsletter:)

      Sheila

  4. Your tablescape is stunning Sheila!! Those heart plates are perfect for your Valentines table and I’m smitten with your pink hobnail votives!! Gorgeous styling as always! Xo Heather

    1. Thanks so much Heather! Those were from Target last year, believe it or not!

      Always fun “hopping” with you, too:)

      Sheila
      xo

  5. Sheila, your table is gorgeous! I love the soft pink – I was in the same mood this year – and love how you balanced it with white in the floral. I’m also loving those heart plates and thinking maybe I should get them now for next year… 🙂

    1. Thank you Lory! I think you should get them – how cute are they?!

      And thank you again for having me! I love touring with all of you talented ladies! Have a great week!

      Sheila
      xo

    1. Awww thanks so much Shelley! And I love the plates, too! How adorable are they?!

      Thank you for stopping by my friend!

      Sheila