Putting together a V-Day soiree or romantic dinner can be effortless with these DIY projects. Sweeten up the mood of your get-together by adding tasteful centerpieces to your table. Learn how to make your own Valentine’s Day décor here.
Vintage Floating Candles
Vintage ribbon wrapped around a slender vase with delicate flowers illuminates the room with a feminine charm. Add dimension to your décor by using a variety of different vase heights. Floating candles add a soft light and romantic feel to the grouping.
For a centerpiece sure to satisfy any sweet tooth craving simply collect a variety of delicious treats like cotton candy or Hersey’s Kisses and combine them in unique glass jars. Group them together in a way that is visually appealing. Add a pop of color by tying a pink ribbon around the containers. Follow the color scheme of pink and white to keep the look fresh and youthful.
Feeling bold? Spell out your affection for your loved one by using large block alphabet letters. Get creative and paint the letters in festive reds and pinks. Add details by using stencils and a bold accent color. Complement your setting with a vase full of your favorite flowers.
Family Tree Centerpiece
Start with a few branches of lush greens, add a touch of color, a bold print and an assortment of family photos and you have a centerpiece fit for a family celebration. Not to mention it’s a perfect way to show off your little ones.
Festive Candle Covers
A little construction paper and scissors can go a long way. Spice up your tea-light candle arrangement with a chic decorative placement. Scatter the leftover cutout pieces on your table as festive confetti.
Candy Store-Inspired Centerpiece
To add a bit of quirkiness to your centerpiece by using simple, bold colors. Polka dots add a touch of whimsy to your table. Layer glass jars inside one another to showcase the contents. Feel free to use whatever you fancy, here we show an assortment of colorful candies.
Red Rose Petal Centerpiece
Nothing says romance like candlelight paired with luscious deep red rose petals. Ignite the passion by combining both in this easy to make display by using unique glass candle motifs and felt that has been cut to illustrate a pattern of hearts.
For a rich, rustic ambiance couple tea light candles and hand-carved wood. Bring the outdoors, indoors. Add sprigs of seasonal greens or decorative flowers to the grouping to create visual interest and dimension. Get creative with the details by carving personalized messages or hearts into your wood pieces.
Sweet Bouquet Centerpiece
Pretty pastels create a vibrant fresh look, hinting that spring is right around the corner. Select a batch of fresh tulips from your personal garden or a local florist and accompany them with a full vase of tiny heart shaped candies. Finish the look by sprinkling heart shaped confetti that compliments the color scheme on the table.