Valentine’s Day Tablescape

Happy Thursday to you! It has been a crazy couple weeks here in Michigan. We were practically having a snowpocalypse with crazy amounts of snow and record low temperatures. It seriously got down to a “feels like” -32F here. The craziest thing is, it’s currently raining and almost 50 degrees now! Mother nature can just not make up her mind.

Anyway, because the longest January ever has finally ended and we’re a week into February, I figured I’d show you the little Valentine’s Day Tablescape that I came up with this year. Last week I showed you how I decorated with Dollar Tree finds, and this week is no different. This entire tablescape was created with things that I found from around my home, and a couple additions from Dollar Tree such as the candles and doilies.

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These Rae Dunn bowls were a recent find, and I knew this one had to be in the spotlight for Valentine’s Day. I added the little heart doily underneath to add extra texture. I think this one that says “Mine” would also be perfect for Valentine’s Day!

This burlap and lace table runner was leftover from our wedding. We had one on each table. The candles were from Dollar Tree and I just love her versatile they are. Plus, we love burning candles here in our Michigan winters. I got a lot of comments about our copper mugs over on my Instagram page, and we got those as a wedding present! However, I have found similar ones on Amazon (Prime Ya’ll!) here and here.

Can I get a high five for a little Valentine’s Day self-love with this “Be You” bowl? I just love these little bowls; I think they’re adorable.

I’ve said it before, and I’m sure I’ll say it again. We have a tiny dining room table that isn’t even in a dining room. But, I still have so much fun creating our mini-tablescapes for each season. The best part is, I hardly ever spend much money on them. Tablescapes are the best time to “shop your home,” because you just need small pieces.

Have you tried creating a tablescape in your home? Let me know in the comments below!