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A Conversation Heart Galentine’s Tablescape

A Conversation Heart Galentine’s Tablescape

I have never been one to gravitate to made up words like “galentine”, but it seems like the perfect word for a Valentine’s themed gathering of female friends!  This galentine’s tablescape seems like the perfect setting for a fun luncheon! 

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The Sweets:

Sweet conversation heart napkins had to be added to my table to add the color and the fun.   Conversation heart suckers were a surprise find at Home Goods. 
Since this is a casual luncheon, I didn’t hesitate to add these sweet conversation heart paper plates to my place settings.  

The Elements:

Stemware was simple glass water glasses and pink wine glasses. 

The flatware I selected for this table is Towle Living Vienna.   I used this when I styled my Pretty in PInk Thanksgiving Table.  

With so much else going on, I simply tucked pale pink napkins between the yellow luncheon plates and the chargers.  I think my friends will love this galentine’s tablescape I have set for them!

My plate stack began with my Ikea pierced candle trays and topped with yellow Nicole Miller plates. I topped those off with Pioneer Woman mint green, scalloped edged salad plates.  

The Centerpiece:

The star of this table is my sweet conversation heart centerpiece!  If you want to see how to make this (and keep the candies out of your water) check out my tutorial! 

Easy Valentine’s Arrangement tutorial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Chloe is the creator of Celebrate & Decorate. Chloe is passionate about having a comfortable and well designed home - she also loves to entertain family and friends. Learn more about Chloe. Follow Chloe: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube

2 Comments

  1. Hi, Chloe,
    Your Galentine table looks wonderful!

    I am trying to find your post where you are co-hosting the Valentine linky party with Amber at Follow the Yellow Brick Home, but cannot locate it.

    Happy Valentine’s Day,

    Judith

    1. Alas, Judith, I asked Amber to delete me. I had a weekend of having to migrate my blog and I couldn’t post a thing!

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