Pink & Gold Valentine’s Day tablescape
While I may not be the biggest Valentine’s Day fan, I’m certainly a fan of playing with colors and shades that aren’t usually in my tablescape repertoire. We created a pretty in pink and gold Valentine’s Day tablescape for two this year, and I’m tickled pink to share all the gorgeous details!
My friends at local-Houston favorite, Bering’s Hardware and I schemed up this intimate and girly tablescape for an at-home Valentine’s Day celebration, that doesn’t skimp on the details.
Bering’s is one of my favorite local spots for beautiful home goods, wedding gifts and more. We’ve previously partnered on a few beautiful holiday tablescapes.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again! Fine china and beautiful serveware is a weakness of mine. I’m all about using those gorgeous dishes and table pieces for all your celebrations or gatherings. Why just let them sit in storage, collecting dust?
My intimate Valentine’s Day tablescape was built around these timeless Ginori 1735 Oriente pink dessert plates. They’re simply stunning dishes, handmade in Italy.
For dinner plates I went with these ultra classic Mottahedeh pink lace dinner plates. They’ve been on my wishlist for years! As for chargers, I chose a set from one of my favorite American-made brands, Annieglass.
And of course no Valentine’s Day celebration would be complete without conversation hearts, featured in a fit for the occasion Annieglass heart shaped dish.
Valentine’s Day Tablescape Details
Charger plates: Annieglass Roman Edgey Charger
Dinner plates: Mottahedeh pink lace dinner plate
Dessert plates: Ginori 1735 Oriente Italiano Porpora dessert plate
Champagne glasses: William Yeoward Camilla champagne flutes
Napkins: Dijon napkins
Napkin rings: Deborah Rhodes Garland napkin ring
Heart dish: Annieglass medium heart bowl
Bottle holder: William Yeoward Georgia bottle stand
Crystal butterflies: Baccarat