Looking for a simple way to celebrate Valentine’s Day? This romantic gold & blush Valentine’s day tablescape can elevate any weeknight into a special celebration. It includes inspiration for a gorgeous blush cascading flower arrangement that you can recreate with grocery store flowers.
Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day? To be completely honest, I don’t normally do a lot, but I thought it would be fun this year to do something quick but lovely.
Blush Valentine’s Day Tablescape with Garden Style Roses
I put together this simple and romantic gold & blush Valentine’s Day tablescape to show you an easy way to elevate a simple weeknight near the holiday. The best part? I used what I already had along with flowers that can commonly be found at the grocery store. Here’s how you can recreate it!
Looking for a crash course on how to create a tablescape? Check out this post!
A few years ago, I created a centerpiece inspired by Jane Austen, which I’ve recently revisited with fresh eyes now that Bridgerton has taken the world by storm. Today’s tablescape definitely has some of the same dreamy English garden elements!
Gold & Blush Cascading Flower Arrangement Centerpiece
Let’s start with the flowers. I chose flowers for this blush cascading flower arrangement that you can easily just grab at the grocery store.
I was obsessed with the colors of these blush roses. They are so soft and romantic — perfect for this theme. I also included some blush spray roses. Unfortunately, some of the spray roses were already a bit past their prime by the time I got them, but they matched the larger roses perfectly.
The greens are seeded eucalyptus and Queen Anne’s Lace. While the former is almost always available at the grocery store, the Queen Anne’s Lace can be harder to find in the winter. If needed, look for a substitute filler with an airy appearance — something like wax flowers or even baby’s breath.
On the flip side, if you happen to come across this in the other seasons of the year, Queen Anne’s Lace may just be available out in the yard or in a nearby wooded area or field for free!
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The only thing besides the flowers that I purchased for this tablescape was the gold bowl that I used as a vessel. It was perfect for creating this blush cascading flower arrangement and I know it will become part of my tablescape capsule collection! Just make sure to tape a grid across the top so that the center flowers have something to hold them up.
Gold & Blush Valentine’s Day Tablescape Place Settings
The place setting that I used for this tablescape is made up of my usual standbys. If you want to see them in action through the seasons, you can check out my moody fall tablescape here, a spooky but elegant Halloween tablescape here, and my blue Christmas tablescape here.
To keep with the blush Valentine’s Day tablescape theme, I used this soft blush ribbon. I remembered as I was writing this that I also have a gorgeous blush linen ribbon that I wished I had used. Live and learn!
Get the Look: Romantic Gold & Blush Valentine’s Day Tablescape
I hope this blush Valentine’s Day tablescape gives you a little inspiration to create your own Valentine’s Day celebration at home. If there’s anything the world needs now, it’s a little more love.
If you want to learn more about the breakfast nook where I set up this tablescape, you can visit this page for sources and more details.
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