Let Your Tabletop Tell a Love Story

Put aside those reservations! Blogger Brittany Addison beautifully demonstrates how thoughtful tablescaping serves up a heaping helping of love to your Valentine’s Day dinner guests. Set the table and send the invites—you’re more than ready to share your passion for excellent entertaining.

1. Greet Them with Treats. Valentine’s dinner delivers a once-a-year opportunity to put sweet tastes first. Our Valentine Cocoa Spoon puts the chocolate front-and-center, exactly where it should be for this candy-coated occasion. Layered atop a White Spin Dinner Plate, a colorful Magenta Bhuti Pom Pom Napkin and a White Double-Handled Soup Crock, this little lollipop also makes a style statement,

2. Tickle Them Pink. Our Sparkling Red Grape and Rose Hip Soda delivers a rosy Valentine bouquet in a profusion of bubbles. Serve in our Gold Stemless Wine Glasses for a soupçon of sophistication.

3. Show Them Their Place. It’s owl about making it easy. Our adorable placecards (available in-store) help your guest find their seat, and give you a chance to play around with the seating spots before they arrive.

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4. Inspire Them to Indulge. This pretty-in-pink (and red and gold!) tablesetting is a feast for the eyes, and a perfect prelude to the delicious dishes you’re about to serve. The combination of romantic hues, layered textiles and shapely silhouettes is easy to accomplish and oh-so-simple to love.

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Gold Stemless Wine Glasses | Gray Wood Ella Pillar Candle Holders | Red Villa Stripe Table Runner

Red Velvet Plum Blossoms | Metal Heart Bells | Peruvian White Tuberose Candle Collection

Magenta Bhuti Pom-Pom Napkins | Wood Baroque Chargers | White Spin Dinner Plates

White Double-Handled Soup Crock | Valentine Cocoa Spoon | Sparkling Red Grape and Rosehip Soda

 

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