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59 Romantic Valentine’s Day Table Settings

Tue, Jan 15, 2013 | Decorating | By Kate |

In a month we’ll celebrate the most romantic holiday of the year! The guarantee of a cool Valentine’s Day table is flowers and hearts, and red and pink colors. If you have heart-shaped tableware, heart-patterned tablecloth or napkins, it’s a great idea but don’t forget to choose the right color scheme for the table – red and white, pink and white, or even take black and white adding some red. Paper and other decorations are welcome – you can even make a paper tree with declarations of love as a centerpiece. Getting ready for an intimate dinner or a party dinner on this day, have a look at these romantic and stylish table settings and choose your own one.

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