Tuesday, February 13, 2018

How to Decorate your Table for Valentine's Day

Celebrating holidays does
not have to be hard or expensive.

Today I'll show you how to decorate
your table for Valentine's day
very simply and without spending 
much money!

easy and inexpensive ways to decorate your table for Valentine's Day, personalized place settings


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Using mostly items I had on hand,
I decked out my dining table 
for Valentine's Day!


How to decorate your table for Valentine's Day, paper hearts, red shutter, place settings, wicker charger


I cut paper hearts from an old dictionary
that I lined up underneath 
a shutter with candles on top.


Valentine's Day place settings, Valentine's Day tablescape, Personalized place settings for Valentine's Day


For each place setting, 
I used wicker chargers*,
our every day white plates,
melamine heart plates I reuse year after year,
our every day drinking glasses
with a heart strand (heart punches glued onto bakers twine)
tied around,


valentine's day table decor


Each place setting also has
a personalized playing card, place marker.
I used playing cards
that I decorated with 
various things from my stash.
The clip holders are from here.


personalized table decorations, felt pockets


I found these cute felt pouches at Target.
I used puff paint to write 
my kids' names on them.




Then I hot glued ribbons to the back.




And tied them to each of their chairs.




They open to store love notes and treats!


How to Decorate your Table for Valentine's Day


I hung a honeycomb ball from our light fixture.
Get something similar here*.
I blew up some balloons as well.  
I think with balloons you get a lot of
bang for your buck.
Literally, a bag of balloons only costs $1
and has a lot of impact.

red balloons, write on balloons with marker


I drew some Valentine messages on
them with a marker.




Celebrating is so much fun
and doesn't have to break the bank!

Happy Valentine's Day!



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