A Romantic Table for Two

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and love is in the air.  Today, you are in for a real treat.  The sweet and talented Chloe, at Celebrate and Decorate, is hosting a tablescape blog hop to inspire your romantic Valentine tables.  Be sure to check out the schedule at the end of this post. There are lots of beautiful tables to inspire you to create something beautiful for the one you love.


The table was placed in front of the fireplace to create an intimate and cozy setting.  It is the perfect spot for a romantic dinner for two.

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A raspberry red French Jacquard tablecloth accented with a cream lace runner sets the romantic mood for this tablescape.

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For the place setting, I chose to use my Haviland Moss Rose China. I think it is perfect for a Valentine’s dinner for two. The flatware is Michelangelo by Oneida, and the crystal is Golden Tiara by Mikasa. Each place setting is anchored with a gold lace placemat and cream linen napkins.

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The centerpiece is simple, red roses placed in a Haviland tea pot with crystal candlestick holders flanked at the sides.

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These delicious fruit tarts make the perfect dessert.

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Red rose petals are scattered throughout the table.

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Thank you so much for visiting today. It was so much fun creating this romantic table for two.  Please visit the other bloggers on the schedule listed below. There are so many pretty tables to inspire you to create something special for your sweetheart.  I hope that you have a wonderful and blessed day!!!

Romantic Table for two blog hop



From My Carolina Home | Everyday Living | Home is Where the Boat Is


Life and Linda | My Kentucky Living | Living With Thanksgiving | CoziNest


Belle Bleu Interiors | Rosemary and Thyme | Dining Delight | Fjolla’s Table | Bluesky Kitchen


Panoply | Celebrate & Decorate | Sweet Sensations | The Painted Apron



  1. Shannon, what a beautiful and romantic table! The raspberry tablecloth with the lace runner accents your lovely Haviland china and the scattered rose petals. The fruit tarts look delicious and are the perfect ending for a romantic dinner for two. I am enjoying blog-hopping with you this week!❤

  2. Shannon, what could be more romantic than a fireplace setting?! Your china, flatware and stemware are gorgeous. I love the book as pedestal for the flowers – perfect title. You certainly have all the makings of romance there!

  3. Shannon, I love your jacquard tablecloth and how you placed your lacy runner vertically centered with the fireplace for a cozy and romantic feel. Your china with a beautiful floral rose pattern is so lovely. I like the rose petals scattered about as well as the pretty teapot as your flower container. Love its curves.
    Your fruit tarts look delicious and your chairs are beautiful. I enjoyed your ” Romantic Table for Two.”

  4. What a cozy and romantic table for two by the fireplace Shannon! I love your pretty raspberry cloth and lace runner as a foundation for your pretty Haviland dishes! The book of love letters makes the perfect pedestal for your delicious tarts! ♥

  5. oh the raspberry cloth layered with the lace runner is like a big Valentine card Shannon! Red roses, a fire, a book of love letters, you’ve thought of everything! Your china is beautiful, and the berry ftarts are the perfect dessert!

  6. That looks lovely, lace and rose petals, in front of a fireplace, very romantic!

  7. Shannon, there is so much love in your tablescape! It is simply perfect. You’ve created the feeling of Valentine’s Day visually. Roses, love letters, sweets, lace, cozy fire, gorgeous place settings with beautiful china and crystal, all while propped comfortably against a lumbar pillow. It is divine. And… I adore the tablecloth!

  8. Such a beautiful table for two, Shannon, and love that it is set in front of the fireplace. Happy Wednesday!

  9. Your table is like a perfect homemade Valentine to your husband…and yourself! How lovely all of these tables like yours set in front of a fire burning in the fireplace! What could be more romantic than that? I love the touch of lace with your runner, and those tarts! They are making me want run out to my local bakery! Thank you so much for being a part of the blog hop!

  10. The baker in me is drooling over those fruit tarts they look scrumptious! I love the deep reds and burgundy tones here and the lacy runner is perfect. Gorgeous!

  11. Shannon, those fruit tarts look so delicious and they are such a wonderful addition to your pretty tablescape. I love our square cake stand ~ so unique. The rose petals add such a sweet touch. And I’m in love with the red~and~white buffalo check seat covers on your chairs. Everything is just so pretty.

  12. your table for two is so pretty, AND romantic with the lace and crystal. With a lovely fire and some bubbly…Oh la la.

  13. Very lovely and romantic table by the fireplace! I love your china it goe very well with everything.Thanks for sharing

  14. Just lovely, stopping by from the blog hop. Thank you for sharing! I really like the love letter book you placed on the table.

  15. Shannon, this tablescape is perfect for a romantic table for two! The setting is lovely – I’m a big fan of buffalo check and those chairs are terrific! The gold coloured pillows on them add a richness to the scene. The pretty tablecloth with the lace are a wonderful backdrop to your delicate china and what’s more perfect for a Valentine centerpiece, than red roses! Those delicious looking tarts and the beverage in the beautiful stemware make me want to sit down and enjoy it all in person! So fun participating in this blog hop with you!

  16. Hello Shannon,

    I just love a table by a fireplace. What can be more cozy and romantic? Your table is lovely The raspberry tablecloth and delicate lace runner add a bit of vintage charm to your table. But I am crushing over those gorgeous Haviland dishes! Love the way you displayed those yummy fruit tarts. A book of love letters makes is the perfect addition for your romantic table for two.

    So glad to be joining you on this blog hop.


  17. A table for two in front of the fireplace so beautifully set just speaks romance! Love the gorgeous chins and that teapot is exquisite!

    • Thank you, Shirley, for the sweet and kind words. I am sorry I am running a little behind on responding to my comments. Everyday life has kept me busy the past two weeks. Maybe, things will start to slow down soon! I hope that you have a beautiful day and that you enjoy your weekend!!!

  18. Beautiful and romantic table for two Shannon! ♥♥♥

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  20. Shannon, your table is so pretty. Many of us bloggers are thinking fireplace romance. Love your china and your stemware. Rose petal, champagne, roses, you have it all covered beautifully. Such a loving romantic spot for you and your love.

  21. Beautiful and romantic Shannon! Love the table set by the fireplace- so romantic. The china you chose is perfect along with the pretty crystal accents. Love the teapot used for the roses!

  22. Very pretty table

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  24. This is so, so pretty. I love the setting too, your fireplace and lace table cloth are just wonderful!
    Happy Friday,

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  26. Shannon, your table is the perfect setting for a romantic dinner for two. I love the rose petals all over your runner, what a treat. Happy Wednesday!

  27. So pretty. What an interesting book about love letters. Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

  28. Hi Shannon! Loved the roses in the teapot and the little tarts on their tiny glass pedestals; I’d love the recipe for those! ?

  29. Romantic setting for two! Fruit tarts are one of my favorite desserts. Thanks for sharing with SYC. I’m sure it’s not intentional, but I am not seeing a link back to the party.

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