A Valentine’s Day Table, Plus a DIY Heart-Wreath Topiary Craft

Welcome to the 490th Tablescape Thursday!

How was your Valentine’s Day? I hope it was lovely and that you were surrounded with lots of loved from those you love the most.

I have a beautiful Valentine’s Day table to share with you today. Elinda, who reads BNOTP, enjoys entertaining and creating beautiful table settings for her family. She recently shared some wonderful photos of the table she put together this year for Valentine’s Day.

Valentine's Day Table for Four


Elinda added beautiful ribbon bows and hearts to the chandelier overhead.

Decorate Chandelier for Valentine's Day


Oh, I see a lot of beautiful layers! The lace-edged napkins were a find in Pier 1 last year.

White Scalloped Chargers for a Valentine's Day Table Setting


Elinda made her napkin rings using faux pearl bracelets found in Talbots several years ago. The little red heart was part of a garland. Such a great idea combining the bracelet and heart to make a napkin ring for a Valentine’s Day table setting. Love this!

Heart & Ribbon Napkin Ring


Did you notice the beautiful beaded heart-shaped placemats? Elinda found those in Pier 1. I love the shape! The glassware is Waterford, the Marquis line Brookside and is from Evine online. The pretty flatware is vintage and a gift from Elinda’s mom.

Heart Shaped Beaded Placemats


The small red heart bowls are from Marshalls. I keep envisioning them piled high with red-ripe strawberries and home-made whipped cream.

Red Heart Shaped Plates for Valentine's Day


I love these adorable salad plates! What could be better than a tree filled with beautiful pink and red hearts! I think when the leaves fall off, this is how all the trees should look all winter. 🙂 Well, at least for the month of February! Elinda found these cute plates at Pier 1, although not sure they are still available. The scalloped white plates are from Williams Sonoma last year.

Tree of Hearts Salad Plate


Elinda finished off this beautiful table setting with heart-shaped wreaths on the back of each chair, another lovely find from Pier 1.

Chair Decorated for Valentine's Day


In addition to setting beautiful tables, Elinda is also a crafter! She created these beautiful floral, heart topiaries for her front porch a few years ago. Elinda said, “The topiaries I made several years ago with Valentine-shaped wreaths attached to a painted pvc pipe. Two wreaths are turned one way then the other two a different way. I made two of these. The pvc pole is standing in a painted clay pot, and my husband made a round wooden disk with a hole to sit at the top of the pot. I filled the top of the wooden disk with different colored hearts. There are bows attached on top of each topiaries.”

Such a great way to brighten up the month of February and remind us the flowers will soon be appearing again in our gardens for spring! I can’t wait!

Floral Topiaries for Valentine's Day

Thanks so much to Elinda for sharing her beautiful Valentine’s Day table for this week’s Tablescape Thursday! Looking forward to all the beautiful table settings for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!

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  1. Elinda, created a beautiful Tablescape. I love the wreaths on the back of the chairs and the topiary is really stunning! Thank you Susan for sharing!

  2. Beautiful table. Hope your Valentine’s Day was filled with love.
    Thanks for hosting each week, Susan.

  3. Wow! Such a great Valentine’s Day table and crafts!
    I’m going to have to do better next year after seeing her pretty table.

  4. Elinda’s table is beautiful….it makes me want a “redo on Valentines”. Love all the details and especially the combination of plates. LOVE the red placemats too. Very lovely.

  5. How aforable! Love the wreaths and that tree of hearts plate….Christine

  6. What a cute Valentine’s Tablescape! Those napkin rings are so sweet and of course I love the red heart placemats. The heart shaped wreaths for the chairs are a great look especially with the heart tree dishes! Thanks for sharing- have a great up-coming weekend!

  7. Elinda, I just love those porch-sized topiaries! Envious too, because it’s just too cold and snowy where I live. Still, I’m going to have to consider them for next year because they’re just so cute! I also enjoyed seeing your decorated chandelier – that’s something I do all the time and blog about.

  8. Way to go!! franki

  9. How pretty all the hearts around the table… in the back of the chairs, the place mats and the pretty glass hearts, to say the least of the room décor.
    Hope you had a nice Valentine’s day.
    Thank you for hosting.

  10. Love the pearls and heart combo for the napkin rings.

  11. Beautiful table! The beaded heart placemats are gorgeous but Pier One had sold out of them before I could get my hands on them.

    Love the Williams Sonoma plates, Maryland China Company also sells them. Thanks for another lovely Tablescape Thursday!

  12. Lovely!

  13. what a lovely table, not one thing was my favorite, they all were!

  14. Gorgeous! ❤️❤️

  15. Elinda Turner says

    I would like to thank everyone for your comments on my valentine tablescape and my valentine topiaries. Susan, thank you for allowing me to share my table and other valentine decorations here on your post.

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