When we think about Valentine’s Day generally the first thing that comes to mind is two people enjoying a romantic dinner or evening together. As everyone has their own idea on what they believe true romance is, we have gathered our favourite romantic centrepieces that can be used for an array of dinners.
Using different candle holder heights to allow for the most candles and light so that you can dim the lights and achieve the perfect ambiance by candlelight for your dinner. If you prefer the smell of fresh florals over candles, arrange an assortment of flowers in different styles of vases to bring a Garden of Eden feel indoors. On a tight budget? Craft yourself a variety of flowers to use as a table runner that can also be used as your centerpiece.
Handing out and receiving Valentine cards and candy is the common Valentine’s Day procedure for children. To make their day a little more special host a valentine’s party for the little ones in your life!
As candy can be found in huge quantities around this time of the year in stores pick up a few bags and use them to fill up vases to create a candy centrepiece. Using goodies in your centrepiece will allow your centerpiece to do two jobs by doubling as the dessert at the end of the feast. However, if having a bunch of kids running around on a sugar high isn’t your idea of fun, create a faux candy centerpiece, click here for instructions on how to make Faux cotton candy. If candy isn’t your thing let the kids help in creating their centrepiece by colouring and cutting out hearts to stick in a flower pot and attach small backpacks to the back of each chair to hold their Valentine cards.