Mood, ambiance, romance, there's no time when this is more important than on Valentine's Day. If you've worked hard to create a romantic dinner for your Valentine, you'll want to complete the picture by setting a romantic table. Here is a variety of table setting ideas for Valentine's Day, some are more romantic, others are sweet and lovely. None of these ideas are difficult or expensive to duplicate, leaving you to feel relaxed and free from stress - the most important thing... for setting the stage for romance!
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Show your true passion on Valentine's Day with this red and white table setting. Learn more about how to create this romantic table idea.
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Isn't candy one of the top things (after romance) that jump to mind on Valentine's Day? Conversation hearts, chocolates, chewy candies, the list of possibilities has expanded over the years. Use these sweet reminders of the season to demonstrate your affection to your sweetheart on this loving holiday.
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Create a warm, romantic glow on your Valentine's Day table using a simple arrangement of votive candles and candies.
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"Give Me a Kiss" Valentine's Day Table Setting Idea
Add a little sparkle to your romance with this simple idea for accenting your Valentine's Day table.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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A small, low rose centerpiece is perfect for setting the mood as well as permitting lots of gazing at your Valentine.
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Add a romantic flourish to your table with this table decoration sends a message to your sweetie.
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Decorate your family's Valentine's Day dinner table with this charming idea. It's quite inexpensive and you can put it together quickly. Turn it into a project for little ones by having them help you create the hearts.
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Show your sweetie how your heart(s!) have been kindles with love's flame.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Send a soft, sweet Valentine's Day message to your loved one with this romantic table centerpiece that chooses pink as the color accents.
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There's no need to go to the expense of buying long-stemmed flowers on Valentine's Day. Especially when a lower height arrangement is better for focusing on your beloved.