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I'm So Fancy: Throw a Chic Valentine's Day Soiree

Valentine's Day is all about celebrating the ones you love. Not just your romantic significant others, but your neighbors, friends and family. Celebrate the season of love with a #Fancy Valentine's Day spread that looks incredibly impressive, but is totally achievable. 

Set the Scene

Make your tablescape stand out with a soft color palette of soft pinks and whites, with splashes of vibrant red. I used red coffee table books to decorate the table, prop up trays and add to the Valentine's Day aesthetic. I also decorated the table with some loose pieces, such as heart confetti and pink rose petals from my bouquet of dozen Long Stem Pink Roses from 1-800 Flowers. Just spreading a small handful adds subtle touches of color to the table. To add some metallics, I displayed champagne on a mirrored Greek key silver tray, and other champagne coupes on a vintage silver tea tray.


Serve Tasty Snacks & Sweets

Keep the fare light, yet sweet and savory with a few simple treats. You can't celebrate Valentine's Day without chocolate, so be sure to serve some iconic Valentine's Day treats, such as chocolate-covered strawberries, chocolate-covered cherries and wrapped candy. I added a special touch to mini doughnuts by sliding them on top of lollipop sticks for easy serving and even easier devouring. For a savory treat, I served up my Pulled Pantry Party Mix. I made this batch with peanuts, sunflower seeds, bacon bits and truffle oil, but the beauty of this creation is that you can use whatever you have on hand!


Don't Forget the Libations

You can't go wrong with Champagne on Valeninte's Day. Brute or rosé, guests will love sipping on something sparkly, and the bottles and packaging add to the overall tablescape. To keep the sparkling wine bubbly all throughout the bash, I thought it would be fun to cover the flutes with gold foil candy wrappers, and then pop some fun striped straws in them. I love adding metallics to the Valentine's Day aesthetic, and this way to serve champagne is so fun! Another fun way to display your drinks is with some rose ice cubes. I froze pink rose petals inside round ice balls, and set them in clear champagne coupes. They looked so chic when floating in the coupes of champagne.

So whether you're celebrating Valentine's Day with your friends, family or significant other, make it #Fancy with these simple tips and tricks! 




Featured Valentine's Day Products:

Monogrammed Linen Cocktail Napkins from Fine Stationery

Rose Elegance Premium Long Stem Pink Roses from 1-800 Flowers

Chocolate-Covered Cherries from Fruit Bouquets


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