[Part 1]: Garlands
[Part 2]: Table Centerpiece
[Part 4]: Music
If I had a love, I would dress the table for Valentine’s Day like so.
I still need to add napkins and candles (of course).
And then, I would also set out a Valentine’s Day candy counter. Have I told you I love Valentine’s Day candy? [wink] Just kiddin’. I have. Like 10 bazzillion times already. And if you’re going to leave a comment, you should tell me how awesome I am that I didn’t eat one piece of it. Cuz you know I’m off sugar. L to R: chewy pink grapefruit sours, strawberry taffy, cherry gummy hearts, peanut butter m&m’s (in the pink striped bowl), old fashioned peppermint sticks. But you can use any candy you love if you want to create a similar offering. Just choose candy colors that match your scheme.
*All items used in the table dressing and candy counter were scavenged from closets, toy bins, linen closets, kitchen cupboards, and the thrift store (1 vase, 1 martini glass, & 1 stemmed goblet for a total of $2.25). To create a similar setting, just look around your house! You’ll be amazed at what you can find. Simply choose a color scheme and go from room to room. Grab anything that falls into the scheme, even if you don’t think it will match anything else. Often, those pieces make the best combos. And have fun with it!
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