Valentine's Day Table Inspiration

I wanted to share a gold and pink inspired Valentine's day spread I put together in our apartment! If you want to host a little something special for you and your girls this holiday, check out some of these simple but festive ideas.

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Valentines (5 of 9)I put together this flower arrangement with gorgeous garden roses and dusty miller that I found at the downtown Los Angeles flower market. If you have never been, I highly recommend it! Warning: you may become addicted to going there like I am. Be sure to check out the hours of operation here before heading down there! I purchased this gold and white sequin chevon runner from a seller on Etsy, I love how glam it is. My husband bought the gold glitter utensils for me for Christmas. I'm not sure of the brand, but I have seen similar ones at Home Goods, so keep your eyes out for them :)

Valentines (8 of 9)I found these fun brass deer from an eBay seller. You can also find them at various flea markets and through some Etsy shops!

Valentines (6 of 9)I love adding a little sparkle (of course!) and a striped straw to any drink...instantly darling! You can find out how I made this sequin drink stirrer here.

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Valentines (2 of 9)I love having these cute mini cupcake stands at each place setting because I feel like they make even the most simple thing just a little more special. The cupid's arrow topper in the picture above is part of an adorable set from Williams-Sonoma.


I thought it would be nice to do a Valentine's Day themed table that wasn't over saturated with hearts (although I love them) or totally on the nose. I think the simplicity of this set-up upholds the integrity of this fun holiday while holding it's own as a great girls' night centerpiece.