Bright and Happy Galentine's Day Party Inspiration


Happy Friday and first day of February everyone! I've spent the last few weeks baking and prepping all things Valentine's Day, and I'm so excited to share this Galentine's Day party table inspiration with you. Last year I had a few girlfriends over to celebrate with a fun, casual brunch. That's what I had in mind as I put this table together. I wanted it to be happy, comfortable and inviting!

Valentine's Day often revolves around love and romance, and I'm all about that! But I think it's also fun to use the holiday to celebrate the other kinds of love we have in our lives too, whether it's love for friends or our families. I wanted this table to be light and bright, steering clear of traditional Valentine's Day colors like pinks and reds. And you'll notice there's not a single heart on the table, either! As I was photographing this, I couldn't help thinking this would also be a perfect setup for a Mother's Day brunch or a cute baby shower!

On The Table: 
XO Table Runner, Pink Water Glasses, Floral Plates (Limited stock - I also love these), Light Orange/Coral Napkins, Faux Mini Flower Pots in Yellow and Red


Whenever I'm putting a table together, I always choose one thing to inspire the overall look. Sometimes it starts with a type of food I want to serve, like Greek food leading to an island theme. Sometimes it's the location of the event. For this brunch, my inspiration started with the Pantone color of the year, which happens to be coral!




I instantly fell in love with these adorable mini faux potted ranunculus in yellow and red! I knew that I wanted a bright floral arrangement since the table runner is a perfect backdrop. These work perfectly, because they spread color all across the table and also tie into the color of the napkins. I also like the price point of these faux flowers, because achieving a similar look with live flowers would have been a lot pricier. Plus now I get to enjoy them forever!


I also really loved these floral plates, because they tie into the overall coral color scheme without being overly matchy. Especially next to the orange napkins and pink water glasses, the colors of the plates compliment the rest of the table and create a more cohesive feel.   


Questions? Comments?  Leave me a note below!

I hope this post helps inspire you to put together a bright and fun Galentine's Day party!

Kirsten Bell
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