What better material for Valentines Day than rosette? Made from realistic 3 in. satin flowers, our rosette material creates a romantic and light ambiance. Easily replicate our Rosette Romance tablescape using the breakdown below.
This Rosette Romance tablescape was made with our 88 x 130 in. Rectangular Rosette Satin Tablecloth in Blush Pink. White, ivory, red, fuchsia, and pink would also work if you’re focusing on building a Valentine’s Day tablescape and didn’t want to use the Blush Pink tablecloth as a base. Keep in mind while this tablecloth is Blush Pink it does have a slight peach undertone to it.
With the bright pink and white flowers as well as unique tablecloth color, we didn’t want to overpower the table with the napkins. Instead, we matched our chargers opting to use 18 in. Shantung Silk Napkins in Beige which casts a gold hue. A Gold Hammered Dot Napkin Ring encases an 18 in. Shantung Silk Napkin in Beige.
Stunning 13 in. Beaded Web Glass Chargers in Gold lay beneath the napkins. The gold plays well as an accent to our main color scheme of pink and white. In contrast to the metallic gold of the chargers and napkin rings this table also features 11 in. Black Candle Lanterns. Lit, these cast a luminous glow on your table and guests to help set the tone for the evening. Small round clear votives were also added on top of the chargers for additional light. They can be removed and set to the side once guests are seated.
On either side of the middle lantern stands two mason jars. 10 mm White Pearls were used as vase filler. Featuring 17 in. Silk Roses in Blush Peach, Ivory, and Pink; 11 in. Silk Roses in White as well as Pink were also utilized in another jar. The heads of 21 in. Silk Roses in White as well as 11 in. Silk Roses in Pink were popped off and scattered across the back of the table.
Scatter Silk Rose Petals across the table for the finishing touch. Whatever colors you decide to use, this helps to tie in the various colors and shades into one cohesive element.