Arguably the largest holiday in February, sorry groundhog fans, comes Valentine’s Day. We were definitely feeling those vibes creating this month’s mood board. Read on for a complete breakdown of the Mood Board for February 2019!
Love is complicated, but beautiful. The 108 in. Abstract Silk Embroidered Polyester Tablecloth in Light Pink has a silver thread weaving an intricate pattern throughout.
To get this exact look, pair with 18 in. Shantung Silk Napkins in Pink. Fold the napkins in half, then in half again so they’re in a small quarter section hotdog style. Then place the napkins on top of the smallest plate with the ends touching the bottom of the second largest. You can get a better look using the image below as an example.
While not necessary, part of this dreamy February tablescape includes the background drapes. We used two (2) 10 x 14 ft. White Chiffon Backdrop Drapes.
Roses are key when going for that Valentine theme and we stuck with tradition. Our tablescape includes 11 in. White and Light Pink Silk Roses, 17 in. Pink Silk Roses, and 24 in. Long Stem Red Roses. A single white, pink, and red rose head was placed inside a Clear Acrylic Fillable Heart Ornament. Whatever vase or container you put in the center of the table, fill it up with water. The ornaments kept the flower heads dry and still allowed them to float. You can also place vase fillers in the bottom of the Lily Bowl. We chose pearls which matched the pearly color of our chargers.
Add clear rounded votives to fill up the blank spaces around the four corners of the tablescape. The candlelight from the votives also helps add some romantic light and ambiance.
All of the serveware seen on the tablescape will soon be available on our site! The flatware used was Hammered Silverware Set in Gold. White 4 Piece Gold Rimmed Charger Plate Sets were used as the main feature of the tablescape. The smallest plate had a single red rose balanced on top.
Clear Vintage Water, Wine, and Champagne Glasses with Gold Rims were utilized for drinkware.
How did February’s mood board inspire you? Send us your pictures at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook!