Our Valentines Day Projects

It’s that special time of the year, so gents time to get romantic with your significant other.

Valentines day should not be stressful or complicated. Instead, it should be simple and effortless as the purpose is to display your love for that special person in your life.

With that, we were fortunate enough to complete five table setting designs that are simple and timeless.

Romantic Chic

The white dining table is a wonderful backdrop for the delicate pink tone which is prominent in the heart shaped salad plate along with the flowers.

The gold accents on the utensils, candle holder and napkin adds additional colour to the overall table setting.

The client wanted a design that is simple and easy to layout.

Credits: Dinner Plate
Credits: Candle Holder
Credits: Utensils
Credits: Napkin
Credits: Flower

Pretty in Pink

Having a natural wood table can sometimes be challenging to design for such a colourful celebration.

Table cloth is the answer, this client truly wanted to make a statement, so we opted for blush pink instead of red.

Red can sometimes be dull and overwhelming, so pink is a great alternative as it has a lighter tone which can help brighten the design.

With the abundance of pink, the table still looks bright and inviting.

The gold accents adds glam to capture a sense of sparkle while the white is a necessary contrast in a sea of pink.

Credits: Table Cloth
Credits: Table Cloth
Credits: Dinner Plate
Credits: Napkin
Credits: Candle Holder
Credits: Flower

Rustic Glam

This minimalist rustic table setting, is a budget friendly design.

The soft pink on the flowers and the napkins brightens up the table. While the vibrant sliced lemon warms up the design.

Simple and eye-catching, the palm leaf is such an artistic touch.

Credits: Dinner Plate
Credits: Salad Plate
Credits: Flower
Credits: Flower
Credits: Napkin
Credits: Placemat

Dramatic Love

Red has traditionally been used to symbolize valentines day. This client wanted red to be prominent in the design.

The dark table provides lots of opportunity to create contrast with the accent red on the dinner plate and flowers.

Contrast is used to enhance the table with the white placemat, grey table runner, and centrepiece flower.

We added some complimentary colours such as orange and pink, which provides more depth and interest into the design.

Credits: Dinner Plate
Credits: Napkin
Credits: Bowl
Credits: Salad Plate
Credits: Utencils
Credits: Flower
Credits: Plate

Eclectic Drama

Valentines day is a time to reminisce about the love between two people.

So explore different colours and pattern such as the dinner plate and the napkin, which are extremely vibrant.

A very inexpensive touch is to use freshly cut fruit such as strawberries and grapefruit to complement the red flowers and theme.

While the blush rose and rose gold utensils are softer tones that brighten the tablescape.

Credits: Plate
Credits: Utencils
Credits : Napkin
Credits: Flower
Credits: Placemat

Let us know which table setting is your favourite?

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