A Vintage Valentine’s Table

A Vintage Valentine’s Tablescape

 Today I am sharing a vintage style Valentine’s tablescape for you and your sweethearts. 

The color story that influenced my vintage Valentine’s tablescape was based off of the theme of,”The Days of Wine and Roses” which was carried out by utilizing flowers in wine shades of red, purple and blush. Whether you are celebrating with your ladies group, your small group, a neighbor’s nite out, or your family, break out the wine, and celebrate a fun adults night.

When setting the table you can never go wrong with a fresh flower centerpiece nothing says vintage more that flowers. Take a look below at how this low conversation piece really completes the look for my Valentine’s Day tablescape.

The crowning jewel in this stunning centerpiece is the purple anemone (pronounced- A-Nen-amy). I am only saying this way because everyone ALWAYS mispronounces it and usually no one knows what that purple flower is, and always asks me. The rest of my arrangement is filled with red and fuchsia spray roses, pale pink stock  and luscious green pittosporum.

Floral Designer Pro Tip: I love stock because it has one of the most beautiful fragrances on the planet. It is not bold and overpowering like a lily, or tea rose, but it has a very lite fresh smell.  You never want to use fragrant flowers at a dinner party or even scented candles, since the smell can over power the food and even make guest nauseated. By keeping the table linens understated, the open concept dining room is still neutral enough to transition into the rest of my home. I was feeling a little bit nostalgic so used mom’s vintage antique white linen table cloth. Then layered it with a simple grey pinstripe linen runner. This allows those beautiful flowers to be the main pop of color on this table. I love these  burlap chargers, and I feel like they can go with everything. Plus, it really fits into the vintage farmhouse theme nicely. The vintage Noritake china, belonged to my mother, and I am very lucky to have inherited this priceless set from her. My mother really had impeccable taste, the pattern she picked back in 1958, Versailles, still holds up to the test of time today. It is a simple yet chic dining pattern with graceful lines and timeless elegance. I decided to add these sweet little white heart shaped bowls and fill them with water so I float a single spray rose inside. I think this technique invokes a subtle, yet chic nod to Valentine’s Day without being overtly theme oriented. Then with the addition of some basic red napkins this super easy set makes your table.

PRO DESIGNER TIP: I am a big fan of a good multi tasking item. These red napkins can be utilized for many occasions and up to 3 major holidays- 4th of July, Valentines and Christmas. Valentines is always an easy transition from Christmas and you can keep a lot of your red decor out.Did somebody say chocolate? Now it just would not be a Valentine’s Day celebration be without a sweet treat and chocolate would be at the top of my list! Do yourself a favor and pick up some beautiful and festive pre made, especially if you already have to do all the cooking for the dinner. I personally really like these beautiful decorated, one bite petit fours and chocolate covered strawberries from our local Publix.

Don’t forget the wine! Even though we are mainly whiskey and bourbon drinkers, my husband and I do love the Gainey Vineyard wine collection. We discovered them on a recent trip to California. Located just south of Napa Valley in Santa Ynez, this quaint little vineyard stole our hearts and almost our name, LOL. We decided to become annual members, and we receive around 2-3 bottles a month. After trying  a few, Ron highly recommend Patrick’s Reserve Vineyard as a red choice. I must admit they have an amazing Chardonnay. I personally am not normally a huge fan of Chardonnay. Gainey Chardonnay has a wonderful buttery quality. One I have never experienced before, and it is not oakey at all. We also think it’s pretty cool  to all it “our house wine” since it has a glorious golden G on every bottle. That is perfect for the Gainer’s. It is as if had our own personally monogrammed wine bottles, and don’t get me started on the possible craft projects, to be seen later on I am sure!Finally don’t forget the candles, Valentine’s Day is all about romance and love, so go ahead and splurge and light up a few dozen or so candles and you can even scatter some rose petals about to really set the stage and make your dinner party a true success. I would recommend to use unscented candles with a meal, just so it does not over power your guest during the dinner. Whether it is dinner for 2 or 12 always make the most of it, and enjoy every second of everyday! Hugs & Kisses and all my Valentine Wishes!

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  7. Gwenelda

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  8. Henna

    Apparently this is what Valentines Day is all about, I love this table and those pretty flowers.

  9. Jenita

    If I were a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, I’d now say “Kaaubongw, dude!” To cool for school, love the sweethearts table …xoxoxoxo


    Aw, this was an incredibly good post. Nice table setting and pretty flowers.

  11. Helen Chik

    You have so many valuable tips and hints helped me decorate this holiday. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

  12. Little Farmgirl

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  16. I love me wine, and dine action if you know what I mean. This table is the bomb diggity girl send me a invite!

  17. Yanitza

    I have to express my appreciation for those beautiful flowers you have created for the table. You have so much talent, great job.

  18. Jewel Carter

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  19. gigi58

    Great Valentine’s inspiration, I really love the flowers and that sweet floating rose in the heart shaped bowl. So elegant and kidsey at all. Thank you for all the fantastic posts you create!

  20. Ashley Meaurs

    Just thought I would check out what you did for Valentine’s Day last year. These are great ideas.

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  22. Kayden Weldon

    Just drawing some Valentine inspo. from you table last year. I will be excited to see what you chose to do this year. You are always so creative.

  23. the cheap jordan's

    Most of the ladies in my small group appeared to be thrilled to study all of your posts over the holidays. Appreciation for being simply helpful as well as so creative, and sharing these ideas with all of us.

  24. The Wooly Farmhouse

    Just checkin out what you were up to this time last year. They really should do a blog hop like the time hop on facebook and recap last years posts for new readers.

  25. Urban Farmgirl

    Those flower are so pretty for a Valentine’s Day table. I really like that you added in purple, it is unusual and kind of unexpected from the tradtional pink white and red color story.

  26. Tina

    “Great article post. Really thank you! Really Cool.”

  27. Emily’s Mum

    I precisely desired to say thanks yet again fro another wonderful post. I even noticed that this is one of your older post from last year, but it is perfectly relevant right now with Valentine’s coming up.

  28. Georgia Gal

    I alway love to see what my blogger friends I follow did for pervious holidays. It alway satisfies my desire to see what is on the creation list for this year. Gotta say I love the flower arrangement you truly have talent. The floating roses are super cool in the hear bowls, love it all.

  29. Skye

    “Thanks for some informative in site for the holiday. This place I am getting the type of info and written by perfect means.

  30. Gloria Flacks

    I want to see what you did last Valentine’s Day, which is the floral’s and table are amazing! So, when will you be posting this years design?

  31. Sundie Breyland

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  32. Home at Mimi’s

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  33. Starla Fadden

    My curiosity got the best of me so I peaked at what you did last year. Beautiful and I can not wait to see what you do this year. Thank you for all the inspo!

  34. mama 3.0

    This is beautiful table for Valentines. I especially like the flowers and the color combination you used, the addition of purple was nice, and not commonly thought of for Valentine’s Day.

  35. Addie Mae Says

    I love this table you have created, the flowers are beautiful!

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  38. Farmhouse Fixer Upper

    I had to come back and check out this post again about the flowers and table setting plus the wine pairing. I know it is not Valentine’s but this is also a great Anniversary dinner idea, and my parents are celebrating 50 years so we are hosting a sweethearts dinner this weekend. just getting a little inspiration from my favorite lady 🙂

  39. That is such a sweet idea, please send them our best wishes, 50 years is a accomplishment and a inspiration to me! You are so on the right track by looking at Valentine’s Day Tablescapes, what a great idea for a sweethearts dinner.

  40. Erin

    I love these pretty flowers I have to see the entire table, had no idea it was for Valentine’s but it sure is pretty.

  41. The DIY girl

    Again this is a great post love this cubes great idea!

  42. Bethany

    Such a beautiful table it is so pretty, and the flowers are really the showstoppers.

  43. Beth

    What an amazing table and such a sweet way to use your mother’s table cloth again too.

  44. Nina Alka

    Can always count on you for a beautiful tablescape. Love the touch of your mom’s tablecloth, I love using pieces that have a family history mixed in with newer items. Love your burlap chargers . . . my go to at the moment is the galvanized for my farmhouse look and feel. The flowers are just beautiful! About how long would a bouquet like that last? As always it’s perfect!

  45. Hey Nina thanks for the great comment these flowers are designed in a floral foam called oasis (aka-floral frogs) which soak up water and need to continually be watered in the dry winter months. I would say about 2 weeks weeks on the hardy flowers like roses and stock. Unfortunately, the delicate anemones will start to droop within a week, just the nature of those types of flowers, and I will usually pull them out at that point for that reason and just keep the roses and stock and greenery.

  46. Your photos are absolutely stunning! 🙂 I love your expert tip about not adding flowers that are too fragrant because it can make your guests lose their appetite. The floating roses are an elegant touch! 🙂

  47. Your ideas are always so beautiful and fun to read about! And this one does not disappoint!

  48. Henrietta

    Love. Love. Love your decor! Maybe because I love fresh flowers so much? This Valentines I’ll try them as the center piece instead of the traditional candles I always use because it’s still cold in February.They’ll double on that day in addition to the flowers and chocolates i always get as a Valentines gift.maybe I’ll drop a subtle hint ha!

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  50. Hi Debra I love to participate in guest posts and blog hops just send the details and we can collaborate soon!

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