Welcome to the 229th Tablescape Thursday!
With Valentine’s Day just a few weeks away, I’m excited to share a wonderfully, whimsical Valentine’s Day table setting created by my friend, Marie. This table setting has it all! There’s plenty of whimsy, but with touches of glitz and glamour, too!
For her centerpiece, Marie assembled a sparkly collection of red vases and filled them with lots of fluffy, red feathers.
I fell in love with the white heart-shaped dinner plates. They have a raised pattern/design. Marie found theme in HomeGoods several years ago. There are lots of cute heart-shaped plates on eBay right now…not that I’ve been looking or anything.
Are these guys not hilarious? Mr. Froggy is holding a Valentine heart just for you! Love his snazzy bow tie.
Marie used beautiful red stemware…perfect for a Valentine’s Day table setting. Love the swirl design through the glasses. Notice how the gold on the stemware ties in with the gold flatware. Red beaded placemats add another element of glitz and glam to this whimsical tablescape.
You can see some of the embossed/raised design in the dinner plates in this view of the napkin ring. The napkin ring again ties in with the gold and red in the glasses and flatware. I would feel like the Queen of Hearts dining at this regal Valentine’s Day table.
Thanks so much, Marie for sharing this wonderful Valentine’s Day tablescape!
Do you remember the tree Marie decorated in this corner of the kitchen for the Christmas holiday? If you missed that post, you’ll find it here: Tour a Beautiful Victorian Home Decorated for Christmas. It’s all decked out for Valentine’s Day now and I’ll be sharing it and the other decorations in her kitchen real soon. You’re going to love how the tree ties in with the whimsical table we just viewed!
For more Valentine’s Day table settings, click on the category, The Holiday Home and Valentine’s Day at the top of BNOTP. Or, scroll down to the seasonal footer at the bottom where you’ll find links to both Valentine’s Day tablescapes and St. Patrick’s Day table settings.
Looking forward to all the tablescapes for this Tablescape Thursday!
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