Valentine's day is around the corner. Do you have a plan for this special night? Will it be a dinner outside or just a romantic candlelit dinner for the two of you at home? Any idea you have, I am sure it will be fantastic.
My husband and I decided to celebrate this festival of love at home. I imagine most of the restaurants would be packed and have long lines. And usually, you have to call for a reservation at least weeks before, and I still can't decide what restaurant to go to, so my husband and I think it will be more relaxing if we stay home, watch movies, and cuddle in front of a fireplace.
Anyhow, it does not matter where we celebrate as long as we spend time together and enjoy each other company; I think that's what Valentine's day is all about.
If you choose to have dinner at home, I have a great idea of how to dress up your table and arrange your centerpieces for a romantic evening.
I love this engagement ring napkin holder. I got it from Pier 1 Import, and the cupcakes are an excellent addition to the decor and are suitable for desserts.
OK, lovelies, here's the tutorial for the centerpieces:
When you work with Orchid, ensure you never touch the petals because our natural oil from hand or fingers will leave a brown mark on the leaves.
For Roses, you first take the first layer of the leaves out, making the flowers look fresh. Next, wash the stem's tip and trim it before you put it in the glass filled with water and flower food. Finally, insert them individually and alternate them with Roses and orchids. This arrangement will last for a week.
Tutorial for the Vase:
1. Beautiful glittery paper for Michael Art and Craft store or any design paper.
2. Double-sided tape
4. Pink ribbons
Measure the vase and wrap it with glitter paper (some paper fits perfectly, but you must cut this one). Next, use the double-sided tape between the piece and the vase and tie it with a pink ribbon.
OK, Lovelies, thank you for reading, and I hope they would have inspired you for your Valentine's day decor.