Pink and Gray Valentine Table

Beautiful pink tulips are the inspiration for my Pink and Gray Valentine Table that I’ve designed for another installment of our Styled + Set series. Today I join blogging friends to bring you three days worth of beautiful Valentine tables and entertaining ideas. A special thanks to Lory at Designthusiasm for organizing this event.

Ahead of me on today’s tour is the lovely Janet who blogs at Shabbyfufu. I love everything she does and Valentine’s Day is the perfect holiday for her, because like me, she adores the color pink!

Pink and Gray Valentine Table Setting


For days I considered what my table setting for cupid’s holiday would look like and wasn’t finding the inspiration I needed. But as luck would have it, I walked in the front door of Fresh Market and was greeted with the scent and sight of beautiful spring bulbs in an array of colors! It’s then that I decided to create a Pink and Gray Valentine Table.

Pink and Gray Valentine Table Setting


A feminine bottle of Cote des Roses provides a touch of pink in my Waterford crystal stemware. This is a very dry rose wine by Gerard Bertrand in coastal southern France. The bottom of the bottle is shaped like a rose. Perfect for Valentine’s Day!

Pink and Gray Valentine Table Setting


So back to those tulips! I tucked them inside a wooden crate to lend just a touch of rustic appeal to my Pink and Gray Valentine Table. This then led to using my wood chargers to tie the table setting all together.

Tulip Centerpiece



Tulip Centerpiece


I found fringed, light gray napkins. Rather than purchase napkin rings, I used the cloth ribbon that came wrapped around each bundle of napkins. I cut the ribbon in six equal pieces and tied each one around the napkin with a single-stem tulip.

Pink and Gray Place Setting


Even my little pig figurine got dressed for the occasion with a pretty pink bow – you can see her in the background on the cabinet.

Pink and Gray Valentine Table Setting


The wooden crate holding the tulips is a cigar box. Next Monday I’m sharing a special Valentine’s gift craft using smaller cigar boxes. A local wine and beverage store sells the empty cigar boxes for $1.50 each. Some are pretty fancy!

Pink and Gray Valentine Table Setting


Pink and gray are such a perfect color match – do you agree?

Pink and Gray Valentine Table Setting

Here’s a little video I made to share on my Facebook page. Enjoy!

Be sure to visit the rest of my friends below for more pretty table settings and entertaining ideas. Only today’s links are live, but you can come back tomorrow and Wednesday for updated links each day! Next up on today’s tour is Kelly at My Soulful Home. You might remember that I featured her book, “A Year in Flowers,” back in August.

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Pink and Gray Valentine Table Setting


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Valentines Day Table Settings

Shabbyfufu | Town and Country Living | My Soulful Home | So Much Better With Age
Celebrating Everyday Life  | Maison de Pax | Cedar Hill Farmhouse



Tuesday Styled and Set

Designthusiasm | Maison de Cinq | French Garden House
Life on Virginia Street | Julie Blanner | Setting for Four | Decor Gold Designs



Wednesday Styled and Set

Bless’er House | CitrineLiving | StoneGable | On Sutton Place
Taryn Whiteaker | Zevy Joy | French Country Cottage

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  1. Norma Rolader says:

    Absolutely beautiful

  2. Jennifer, This table is so lovely! I’m a pink fan too and I so love how you mixed the pink with soft grey and surrounded it with beautiful gentle details! The perfect intro from winter into spring… 🙂

  3. Donna Milazzo says:

    I love the soft colors you have used. And, I am going to find that wine! I love roses and the pink rose’ looks so pretty on the table!

  4. I love your table. It is soft and beautiful without being too overly feminine. I’m so happy to see the design world embracing the color pink – although not just any pink. The soft blush colors are a great contrast to what we’ve seen for several years – and the tulips are such a welcome sight after our Midwest cold spell that seemed to go on forever. Your table is perfect.

  5. Of what a beautiful setting for any gathering. I am awaiting my invitation!
    I can just close my eyes and imagine everyone sitting, and laughing, and talking around that gorgeous table sharing their thoughts, dreams, memories and love.
    BTW – I love, love, love tulips… so, this speaks to my heart! (perfect for Valentine’s Day)
    Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful post.
    Have a beautiful Monday.

  6. Marlene Stephenson says:

    I love your pink and gray, it looks like a romantic setting.

  7. This is so pretty, Jennifer! I love the pink and grey with the tulips. You did a beautiful job.
    Hugs, Jamie

  8. Really beautiful Jennifer! I love the pops of pink & the fringe on your grey napkins. Thanks so much for mentioning my book! So nice of you!!

  9. I have always loved pink and gray together. The table setting is so lovely.

  10. Beautiful as always and I love the gray and pink. I have the same little pig in our kitchen. Really love the napkins. The table has a soft feel


  11. Oh my goodness! What a collection of fun Valentine’s tables. I just love pink too – my preferred Valentine’s color, although red is wonderful too. The tulips just are stunning. I haven’t done a table just yet – maybe tomorrow – but hubby was having a meeting here and wanted the house decorated for Valentine’s before they came. I had to give him a big hug and tell him how I love that he supports my decorating habits!

  12. So pretty for Valentine’s Day or even a Spring brunch. Love, love, love your style.

  13. Loved the video, great idea with photos, I have been doing videos, took a course and it helped, One thing I did not learn is to add photos, will need to try that. I am sure its easy. Beautiful tablescape!

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