Turn off all the overhead lights and set the mood by stringing these globe lights around the room instead.
This gramophone is so old-Hollywood romantic (swoon), but it also plays smooth-groove music right from your iPhone (double swoon).
You can’t have enough candles. I love the idea of scattering these sparkly mercury glass votive cups all over the place.
What’s a Valentine’s Day tablescape without a candleholder? I love this geometric and brass-plated one.
Obviously red is the color of love, and of Valentine’s Day in general. I love how these napkins would bring in the red-hot color while still being appropriate for year-round use.
Having one or two pieces specifically for the evening would make everything feel more thoughtful. These heart-shaped solid oak napkin rings couldn’t be more appropriate.
This clean-lined stemware would let the other stars of the table shine while subtly being extremely good looking.
You could serve me anything in these platters and it would taste good.
While hearts can sometimes be gimmicky, I love these organic-shape stoneware plates. They’re perfect for appetizers and salads.
Wooden serving spoons would warm up the tablescape. I have a few and love them.
I love this simple color-block cylinder vase. I can only imagine loving it more with light pink flowers tucked inside for a feminine and romantic touch.
While nothing can beat real flowers on your table, when it is the middle of winter, suddenly nothing is sweeter than these could-be-real silk peonies.
When it’s time to move the party for two away from the table, these festive coasters will keep the party going.