Food-Focused Centerpieces That’ll Steal Your Heart Slideshow
January 23, 2013
Tea for Two
Or three, or four… if you’re hosting a Valentine’s tea for you and your girlfriends, this sweet flower-filled teapot is the perfect tabletop décor. Fill with your favorite red or pink flowers (even teacups could work in place of a teapot!) and the little tea tag coming out is the perfect personalized touch.
Candy Heart Crazed
You've already passed those sugary conversation hearts in the grocery store aisles, so pick up a pack and get to crafting your perfect centerpiece. When paired with pretty pastel flowers, this simple and chic piece will steal the show.
Be the coolest mom on the block with these bright and sugary centerpieces — some good, old-fashioned Pixie Stix and Red Hots are the perfect Valentine’s Day treats. Or, fill your vase or cup with jelly beans, M&Ms, or even Candy Dots among the standing Pixie Stix for kid-approved sweets — and send each guest home with one!
If you’re hosting a fancy dinner party, there’s no reason why your centerpieces can’t be full of sweets. Tall vases filled with your favorite candies and eloquent flowers create a mix-and-match scheme that will work no matter if the menu includes sandwiches or salmon. Switch it up even more and have vases of different sizes adorning the table for a one-of-a-kind look.
Cranberries and Carnations
Sweet in every way, this centerpiece filled with floating cranberries and pretty carnations makes a simple statement on the table — whether for a romantic dinner or lunch with the girls, it’ll fit the part. Swap in your favorite flowers in a spring hue for a bright table piece after Valentine’s Day.