A beautiful centrepiece will set any table decor off and make it special – the way you want it to. I have written about table setting before and posted a number of ideas for various occasions like Christmas and Thanksgiving. I really find that checking out different ideas triggers an idea in my head and then it is just a matter of getting creativity take over. Here are 10 of my favourite centrepiece for Valentines Day dinner table – hope they will help you create something very special for your special celebration.
The beauty of this centrepiece is the simplicity of it. Just impressive large rose blooms in a great colour, placed into 2 glasses with a few rose petals around on a white tablecloth.
You can cut the letters from styrofoam, paint them in red and trim them with a ribbon. Place a rich bouquet of flowers in the centre, arrange letters and match the colour of napkins to the red in letters and flowers – simple and very effective!
Nicely arranges white mums and red leaves around little red candles – all on a white tablecloth will make a simple and elegant centerpiece.
Creating a heart using shot glasses and fresh flowers – how unique and very pretty!
A combination of red and pink carnations placed in a wider shape vase filled with red candies can be used as a centrepiece or as an added decor for your coffee table or any other place you want to add that special Valentines Day touch.
If you visit your local craft or a dollar store, you will find a good selection of hearts and other decorations already attached on a stick. All you have to do is arrange them with some fresh flowers and you will have a very happy looking centrepiece in no time!
Use a styrofoam heart to attach green leaves cut out from cardboard stock and then fill the heart with fresh roses – how beautiful is that?
This is an incredibly simple and inexpensive idea that would be suitable for just about any occasion – turning wine glasses upside down over a beautiful rose bloom and placing a candle on the top – awesome!
The beautiful rose bloom colours really make a difference in creating this centrepiece. Secured by glass beads in a rectangular glass container and decorated with a ribbon and a heart. Easy to put together and beautiful.
The simplicity of this arrangements makes it very effective. And all you really need is a straight glass vase, beautiful fresh blooms and a ribbon.
Hope that looking at these pictures helped you to get your creativity going – please send me your comments, suggestions and pictures – your input is welcomed and very much appreciated
Hanna is the mother of two grown sons Dan and Dusan Nedelko, and is also the Grandmother to Jax, Cohen and Mila. She is the lead editor of Mama Knows and is hoping to create an exchange of communications with other grandmothers, mothers and daughters - giving everyone the opportunity to learn and share about everything that is "Mama"