A Valentine Celebration with Vintage Inspired Valentines

I’m planning a little Valentine’s Day celebration with vintage inspired Valentines for my grand-kids.  They will get plenty of sugar at their school celebrations but Gigi wants to have a little fun too.

So come see what I’m planning.

The red and white buffalo check table-cloth isn’t vintage but I just couldn’t pass it up.  Like my Christmas table-cloth this one is too small for my kitchen table so I turned it on it on the diagonal too.

A simple centerpiece with a red tray corralling cherry enamel salad plates, Mini Mason Jar Waterless Heart Snow Globesa painted cherry tea towel, and a vintage stamp stand with red and white Christmas bulbs.

The tablescape is simple since I plan to serve a few favorite finger foods.  A lacy salad plate, topped with a painted cherry napkin sets the stage for a red paper doily heart and vintage heart-shaped jello mold with a paper heart-shaped fan.

Anchor Hocking – Fire King ruby-red bubble tumblers along with the white handled flatware finish the table setting.   Now for the vintage inspired Valentines.

Each table setting has a vintage inspired Valentine chosen by each grandchild to mark their spot at the table.

I had not planned on making a Valentine banner but with the supplies on hand I put one together to surprise the grand-kids.  It is a simple banner with lacy paper doilies clipped to red and white bakers twine.


  • Red and white buffalo check tablecloth – thrifted
  • Painted Cherry tea towel and napkins – Pottery Barn
  • Enamel Cherry salad plates – Pottery Barn
  • Vintage stamp stand – thrift
  • Red and white Christmas bulbs – thrifted
  • Simply Shabby Chic salad plates – Target
  • Vintage heart-shaped jello molds – thrifted
  • Heart shaped fans inside jello molds – Target
  • Anchor Hocking/Fire King ruby-red bubble tumblers – thrifted
  • White handle flatware – Pottery Barn Outlet
  • Vintage inspired Valentines – Amazon
  • Valentine paper doilies – Target
  • Baker’s twine, ribbon and fabric scraps – on hand

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A Little Valentine Celebration with Vintage Inspired Valentines

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  1. Super cute, Sharon. Happy Valentine’s Day!

  2. I love this post almost more than I can say! Every single touch says love, happy, cheer and joy and anyone celebrating at your table is a lucky valentine indeed! Happy day!

  3. Aw, so cute! Love those red glasses, the tablecloth and centerpiece. Really everything! I love it all. Happy Valentines Day Gigi!

  4. You are all ready for Valentine’s Day. I love vintage looking Valentine’s. So cute! Your post made me smile.

  5. Such wonderful splendid valentine sweetness.
    Happy Saturday, Gigi

  6. I bet the kids loved it! You’re so lucky to have grands that are able to get together! I cherished cousins as a child.

  7. It’s adorable and so festive. Thanks for sharing at Keep In Touch.

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