Rather than a full-on Valentine table, I set a table heavy on red that also includes black and white.
It could be quickly transformed to a Valentine-themed tablescape with the addition of chocolate treats.
Open lids to view (and taste) Hershey™ Valentine Peanut M-n-M’s and Cupids. I posted this on Instagram yesterday. 🙂
I had just poured a fresh cup of hot coffee, and instantly thought to pour the candies into containers…instantly snapped a picture. A friend appropriately calls it Instantgram. Ha!
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A friend gave me the hen/rooster S&P set for Christmas. They are perfect with the lazy Susan painted by PAM (Painter Artist Mom) many years ago. I was thrilled when she gave it to me!
You saw these canning jars yesterday and how easy they were to paint (Easiest DIY: Painting Canning Jars).
They continue the farm theme and give a nod to the milk bottles at each place setting.
The mugs have a rustic/country flair and offer something for the Mr.
Ramekins show well in contrast to the bright red salad plates.
I set the floral paper napkins beneath for a bit of femininity.
And, whoop, the ramekins almost vanish from view!
You don’t see many tablescapes here at Hood Manor without a table-cloth. Wood tones give a warm, farm-y feel to things.
Pull up a chair and join me!
Are you setting Valentine tablescapes already? Do you like this one that gives the occasion a wink without being all about hearts?
Sharing at Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday. Join me there. 🙂