valentine's day dining table

Valentine’s Day Dining Table Decor On A Dime

Happy Valentines Day! (aka Happy Singles Awareness Day! aka Happy Galentines Day!) The one day of the year when it is publicly accepted to buy giant teddy bears for adults – and NOT be the recipient of public ridicule. The season of chocolate, flowers, and fat winged babies shooting unsuspecting loners with diabolic arrows, irrevocably plunging them into the throws of that flighty temptress, LOVE. (Bet you’re glad you clicked over to this page, aren’t you?) All joking aside, love is a wonderful thing that we believe should be celebrated in all its forms. Whether you’re hosting a Galentines Brunch, having your sweetheart over for a romantic dinner, or throwing a Valentine’s Day soireé, here’s how we decorated our Valentine’s Day dining table on a dime – and you can too!

Start with simple

valentine's day dining table decor

valentine's day dining table

Almost all of the items you see in these photographs already belonged to us, or we were able to purchase them at our local Walmart and Hobby Lobby for a dime. When you open yourself up to thinking creatively, you’ll be surprised how quickly the ideas flow in! And you DO NOT have to spend a fortune. For instance, you could spend $2-10 a setting on napkin rings… OR you could use cheap fresh flowers and string to wrap silverware in one-of-a-kind woodland creations.

*Oak and Earth tip* This is pretty well known, but it bears repeating: WAIT until things go on sale at Hobby Lobby! They always do and you will feel so much better about that new lamp/vase/garland when it only cost you half the price! Most of the glassware pictured here was purchased for pocket change at Hobby Lobby.

valentine's day dining table

valentine's day dining table

*Oak and Earth tip* Keep it versatile. Something we really loved about this spread is that it’s Valentine’s-themed without being over-the-top. With the floral plates at the heads of the table, and pops of teal and neutrals found throughout the room, the majority of this spread could be used from February to April as Spring-themed decor. This is a great way to stretch your dollars while still getting festive.
valentine's day dining table

Think outside the box this Valentines Day! Wow your guests with a fun and festive holiday spread! Start here:

We hope you and yours have a wonderful and love-filled February 14th, and every day.

XO – Oak and Earth

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