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Styled and Set – Valentine’s Day With Pink and Gold

This stunning styled and set Valentine’s Day with pink and gold really sets the holiday mood!

Dining room table with large chandelier over top of it.

Hello sweet friends! It has been a while in between posts and I am really excited to be back today sharing for the Styled + Set Tours with Lory at Designthusiasm!  Welcome to those of you who are visiting from Taryn at Taryn Whiteaker. She is a sweetheart with so much creativity that I have had the pleasure of meeting in person! These posts are such a fun way to get inspired for the upcoming seasons and celebrations…

Up close picture of the floral arrangement on the table.

I wanted this table to be simple but with elegant refinement and most of all easy to throw together! I envisioned having it be more of a family celebration, as most years we do something for Valentine’s Day that is low key with small kids at home ;)…

A little girl kneeling on the dining room table bench with a little dog underneath it.

My kiddos love seeing the stunning table dressed up and my little lady jumped right in to help me get things prepared!

Gold chargers, white plates and pink napkins on the table.

Of course pink comes to mind when thinking of Valentine’s Day and mixing it with gold is a favorite combo of mine.

Side view of the white distressed dining room table.

I went with bolder dramatic hues and even some orange tones thrown amongst the pops of black.

Pink flowers and greenery as the centerpiece on the table.

I had this new wooden kitchen bowl and simply used a glass bowl inside to house the flowers with some water. Of course, I incorporated real and faux flowers together and this is such a budget friendly way to make arrangements.

A wooden beaded chandelier above the table.

To take it a step further, I found these pretty rose gold plastic plates while out shopping one day. They aren’t the real thing (fine china), but look just as pretty and make clean up a breeze, which is a win-win in my book!

Ornate plates in gold and white on the able with gold knife and fork.

You can see them up close here…

Pink peony and roses in the centerpiece.

Entertaining can be fun when you go all out with the very best dishes, flowers or foods and it can be just as rewarding with paper plates, faux flowers and good company!

Clear wine glasses on the table for Valentine's Day.

Either way it is a joy and one that I love getting to share with you…

The table set for Valentine's Day.

I hope this gives you some helpful tips and ideas for the holiday ahead and I am grateful to have you visiting. A big thank you to Lory for always hosting such lovely tours.

Don’t forget to head on over to Courtney at French Country Cottage. Everything she does is magical and here is the entire for you take a look at all these talented friends down below!

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  1. Annie, that floral centerpiece is gorgeous! I love the colors and I’m amazed that part of it is faux! Fabulous idea!! We, too, always used to spend Valentine’s Day with our kids and to this day, even though my kids are grown and living on their own, I always send them sweets for the holiday and each year take pains to make it different and fun… 🙂 Enjoy your sweet family!!

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