Valentine’s Day Tablescape Ideas Courtney Hayes February 2, 2015 ENTERTAINING, HOSTING Whether you’re celebrating with your significant other, parents, kids, friends, or a mix of all four, these tables are bee’s knees when it comes to decorating for Valentine’s Day. Set the table in style for the ones you love using these as starting points for creating your own unique Valentine’s look. 1. Go glam and romantic with a cream and gold table. Romantic Table for Two:Valentine’s Day via Celebrations At Home Peeks of green floral stems provide the slightest hint of color while the textured tablecloth (which is really a shower curtain) and glitter hearts add texture to keep things interesting. 2. Use a traditional color with a classic pattern. “Love Letters” Dinner Party via Catch My Party A houndstooth tablecloth is the base for this red-themed table with homemade placecards, placemats, and menus. Two classics-red and houndstooth-create a look that’s far from boring. 3. Use subtle variations of pink and red for a sophisticated look. A Valentine’s Day Friendship Brunch via Glitter Guide Pale pink alongside bright fuchsias, lavenders, rich red, and gold make this table fit for royalty. 4. Layer patterns to create a dreamy boho-vintage table. Valentine’s Day Love Letter by Amber Wilburn Photography via Ruffled Blog A cozy table for two, set by a fireplace, with plaid, stripes, and florals is picturesque and classic. Kids and adults alike will love the attention to detail put into pulling a table like this together. 5. Impress the kids with a table inspired by a beloved Valentine’s Day candy. A Valentine’s Dinner for the Whole Family via One Good Thing Perfect for a family meal, this table steals inspiration from the things kids love most about Valentine’s Day–the candy! Use every color in the rainbow to create this fun and quirky tablescape. 6. DIY a kitschy-cool table for your gal pals. Galentine’s Day! by Walk in Love. via PopSugar For more Valentine’s Day and Tablescape ideas, visit us on Pinterest!