Hey there, and happy middle-of-the-work-week to you. It’s been one of those days that just gets away from me. I’m looking forward to a new day tomorrow. 🙂
Valentine’s Day is obviously the season of flower-giving and flower-receiving. But I think that decorating with flowers is one of the easiest ways to add a little bit of Hallmark-holiday festivity into your space.
A long floral arrangement is obviously a great way to fill up a table. And making it ombre is trendy and modern.
I still see these mugs in Anthroplogie all the time and am still not sick of seeing them used this way.
Calling all bud vases! They’re perfect for an arrangement like this. Alcohol tumblers or candle votives would work, too. Think small-scale holders to get this look.
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I think something little like this would be so pretty in a kitchen or in a bathroom. It’s petite elegance at its finest.
My inner child loves this one as it basically channels Beauty and the Beast hardcore. Easy to recreate, too.
For the non-tradish decorator, succulents are your friend. A heart-shape is perfectly festive. Put this indoors or out!
This is an adorable idea for two (or more!) and probably only requires you to pick up one grocery store bouquet of flowers to make it happen. Throw the rest in a vase and you’re sufficiently V-Day’d.
I had to include this because it is ridiculously good. If you attempt this, I want to be your friend. Meanwhile, I’ll be throwing some red blooms in a vase. 😉
I love this. Any red, white, pink, or combination candy will do. Unfussy, pretty, and you can just keep changing out the flowers for the month if you’re like me and things die on you two days after you bring them home. Please tell me I’m not alone!