The song says that “All you need is love” so why not make your home reflect this in time for February 14th. You can really make your table look special for the occasion by making an effort to craft one of these special Valentines Day Centerpieces. Choose from tiered trays, wine bottles and vases to set the tone. They could also be used for weddings and anniversaries.
You can use old bottles or jars you have lying around, or stock up on new items from your local dollar store. Whatever you choose to go with, these ideas are sure to light your fire!
1. 3 Tiered Valentines Tray
3 tiered trays are so useful to have as they can be switched out for every season to make a quick centerpiece for your home. Just layer each tier with all the decorations you want such as hearts and red candles for example.
Instructions 3 Tiered Valentines Tray
2. Love Wine Bottles
Up-cycle old wine bottles into a romantic centerpiece for Valentines Day by painting them red and adding flowers.
3. Jar of Heart Sweets
These heart sweets with a balloon will look adorable on your table and it can also double up as a gift too.
DIY Valentines Decor
We have included this video tutorial from Belinda’s DIY’s to show you how to make your own Valentines Decor.
4. Valentines Deco Mesh Candle Ring
Incorporate deco mesh into your decorating for a really pretty and feminine look.
5. Valentines Lantern
Make some romantic Valentine’s swag for your lantern with supplies including ribbons, hearts and beads.
Instructions Valentines Lantern
5. Tealight Vases
Create drama by using vases of different height to hold tealights.
6. Wine Glass Candle Holders
Transform wine glasses into elegant candle holders by turning them upside down. An easy and inexpensive valentine’s day centerpiece made with wine glasses, candles, and of course…chocolates!
7. Candles & Candy
For easy and cute centerpiece – place candles in glasses with Valentines candy.
8. Conversation Hearts
Make mini Valentine’s Day bouquet centerpieces using conversation hearts inside a vase and pink daisies.
9. Red and Lace Centerpieces
Red and Lace combine to make a passionate centerpiece for your table.
10. Valentines Dinner Centerpiece
Incorporate a single red rose in a vase for maximum impact on Valentine’s day.
11. Illuminated Picture Frames
For a personalized touch make these illuminated picture frames. Glue picture frames together with no back and a flame-less candle behind which illuminates the photos. This would be great on Thanksgiving, birthdays,anniversaries, etc.
12. Valentine’s Centerpiece
Using heart shaped balloons is such a quick and effective way to decorate for the occasion.
13. Jar of Hearts
For a cheap, last minute idea, fill a jar or vase with foam hearts and then stick some branches in with the hearts.
14. Tray of Sweethearts
Sweethearts aren’t just for eating as this image shows. Place them in a tray to place votives on for a dreamy and cute look.
15. Pillar Candles
Create drama by layering red pillar candles at different heights.
16. Pink Passion
Valentines centerpiece decor. Wine glass cupid and be mine candle holders. Dollar Tree vase glued on candle holder, decorated with pink confetti and hearts.
17. Red And White
Fill hurricane vases with red glass beads and add large white pillar candles to recreate this idea.