Hello! I hope you have all had a wonderful start to 2019. But as you know the year is flying by already and it’s almost Valentine’s Day! I am reposting my tablescape from last year which was an awesome post thanks to Oriental Trading Company. Now, everything is still available except for the candy jar. But there are plenty of other options of candy jars to pick from. So let your heart and dreams go wild!
*This blog post contains sponsored content from Oriental Trading Company*
So it’s becoming that time again for all of the love. You know what I’m talking about. Hearts in red and pink all over the stores shelves. And not only in the stores, but also online as well. And Oriental Trading is all about the holidays.
And after much deliberation on what to pick from their website, I finally decided on doing a tablescape. So after doing a lot of shopping around and putting things in my cart and taking them out, I finally ordered my things and started my tablescape.
And here it is! I love how it turned out and love each piece that I picked out. So lets see what I picked.
The first thing is this cute candy jar. It has a small chalkboard on the front so you can write what kind of candy is in it. Or, you can draw a heart on it like I did. But it fits quite a bit of candy in it, so go bananas!
The next thing is the heart tree, if that’s what you want to call it. It’s a tree in a small pot that you can bend and shape however you want to. It’s only about 18 inches tall, so it won’t block your view of your loved one.
There’s also the rose garland in the middle of the table. I added the pink puffball garland and the white puffball garland as well, just to add some stuff to the middle.
And these jewels? Yep, bought them from Oriental. I bought a pink, black, and clear pack so I had a variety to spread around the table. Each color came in a pack of 25 diamonds, so you get a lot of bang for your buck.
The plates were also purchased from Oriental. And the silver place mats! Okay, the place mats were from mom from the last time we worked with Oriental, but they looked great with the rest of the tablescape. I bought the small candy baking cups from the 99 Cent Store, but they looked so good with the plates.
So this is what the table looks like from above! It’s so cute!
The last thing I got from Oriental was this pretty gold LOVE sign. It sat so nicely on the cake plate in the background of the photos. And I must say that I am very excited to put this on my gallery wall in my apartment.
Side note: out cat Kiara is extremely nosy and wants to be in the middle of EVERYTHING.
And finally, we found some cute pet clothes for Valentine’s Day at the 99 Cent Store which we had to buy. Repeat HAD TO. So we had a little doggy (and kitty) photoshoot for the holiday!
Obviously, Kiara looks annoyed that I took her photo, but I love her all the better! And Ezzy is on a different couch because she is our senior citizen and I didn’t want to move her.
So that was my fun with Oriental. I love how the table turned out, but I love the animals as well. Have a good Wednesday!
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How fun! Thanks for sharing with us at the To grandma’s house we go link party, see you next week!