A Bold Valentine’s Day Dinner that’s Blue, Boho and a bit Beach!

Saffron Marigold - Updated: January 24, 2019

Valentine’s Day is a wonderful excuse to get out of our routines and take a moment (or an hour) to celebrate romance and affection with those we love.  And since we’re getting out of our routines, why not have an “outside the box” Valentine’s Day?  No need to stick with traditional pinks and reds…  Today, we’re offering a Valentine’s Day that’s a bit blue, a bit boho, a bit beach and a LOT chocolate.

What will you love from this collection?

Pacific Blue Swatch
Pacific Blue

Today’s decor is inspired by our indigo hand printed Pacific Blue tablecloth. This is a special piece indeed! Once it is richly dyed, portions of the navy color are discharged from the fabric, leaving an ivory wave in its wake. All of this is hand done by an elite group of artisans who have mastered the challenging craft.

Table Settings

Anthropologie

Paule Marrot Francoise Dinner Plate

The Pacific Blue tablecloth is the perfect foundation for creamy whites and colorful pattern.  This delightful collection is reminiscent of a fanciful French garden, illuminating the long nights of February.

Anthropologie

Elana Dinner Plates

Happiness is certain while under the charms of our deep blue cotton cloth, plated with these softly organic dishes!

Centerpieces

Save on Crafts

Cobalt Blue Glass Vase

Any free-flowing, bright boho arrangement will stun in a cobalt vase, atop our indigo tablecloth.  There’s much more latitude with this kind of easy style, as you can play with whatever strikes you at your flower market.

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Save on Crafts

Mint Julep Tin

I think the secret is to be unafraid of showcasing lots of bold, bright colors!

Napkins

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Pacific Blue Napkin

Add to your Pacific Blue collection with either set of these saturated Navy napkins. They are beautiful with a Valentine’s Day tablecloth, but are also be striking with any neutral, natural textile.

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Starry Nights Napkin

Cotton napkins are just so nice—they absolutely set your table apart, and say “this is a special event”!

Desserts

Swiss Colony

Hot Chocolate Petit Fours

Devil’s Food Cake, Marshmallow Creme and Dark Chocolate… need I say more? I think your Valentine’s table needs these!

Macaron Bar

Assorted Macarons

Thrill your guests with gorgeous macarons shipped Cincinnati’s own Macaron Bar. They will feel the love, I promise!

The days until Valentine’s Day are short, and I certainly hope we’ve offered some inspiration for your own unique Valentine’s Day celebration!  Whatever you do, make it colorful. 🙂

Harriet Damave Porcelain Heart

There’s only a little time left till that sweetest of days, Valentine’s Day. Add a romantic touch to any room with our linens–along with great ideas for accessories–and see the room come alive.

5 responses

  1. Cute things ~ I love the variation of colors and use of blue for Valentine’s Day. My favorite has to be that Chocolate Raspberry Mousse Cake! It looks really delicious 🙂

    • I totally agree about the mousse! Yum. That recipe is from a blogger, too. Isn’t her photography nice? And yes, it’s nice to get a little variation in the palette for Valentine’s Day.
      🙂
      Heidi

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