Adorable Valentine’s Day Tiered Tray Decor Ideas

Add a touch of style and sweet treats to your kitchen with these practical and stylish Valentines tiered tray decor ideas.

Do you add Valentine’s Day decor to your home? 

I love Valentine’s Day, but I have to admit that I only add a few touches here and there.

I just put Christmas away and am enjoying the clean slate, so I am not ready to clutter things up too much.

 My family room mantel gets the majority of the Valentine’s decor. 

A sweet banner that says LOVE is hung above the fireplace, with another banner made of wooden beads, red hearts, and little items I adore. 

Several of my own DIY projects sit on the mantel, a stack of books decorated with graphics, vintage treasures, and hearts that I have covered with old love song sheet music. 

It is a sweet reminder to show those around me some extra love.

This year, I added two tiered trays in the kitchen to add that special touch for my family to enjoy. 

Two-tiered trays styled for Valentine's Day. One is full of fun and colorful decorations to celebrate Valentine's day, while the other tray is full of yummy treats for the holiday.

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Materials Need to Create a Valentine’s Day Tiered Tray

I was gifted this sweet two-heart tiered tray from Ilerwoods! Isn’t it adorable? So, it is the perfect inspiration for my kitchen this year. I placed a white wooden heart dough bowl underneath the tray to give it just a bit of added height.

Two tiered trays that are ready to get decorated for Valentine's Day.
Two two-tiered trays are sitting on the kitchen counter, waiting to get decorated.

I used a collection of fun Valentine’s Day decorations from home; several are DIY projects I have made over the years, others I bought.

If you want to pick up some Valentine’s decor, you can find affordable options at Hobby Lobby or the Dollar Store or some sweet homemade items on Etsy.

List of Materials

Learn How To Make a Tiered Tray

Step by Step Instructions

Step 1: Place a two-tiered tray on your kitchen table or wherever you are going to decorate. I used two trays together, one for decorations and one for sweet treats.

Two wooded tiered trays sitting on the kitchen table ready to be styled.

Step 2: I started by placing a large wooden heart that I covered with old sheet music and some ribbon trim on the top tier of the tray. Keep in mind you want to place the larger items towards the back. If you will see the decorations from both sides, keep that in mind and decorate accordingly.

Two two-tiered trays are sitting on the kitchen counter, waiting to get decorated.

Step 3: Next, I placed a pink candle and a mini heart that are slightly smaller in the front. 

Two tiered trays that are ready to get decorated for Valentine's Day.
A pink candle is sitting on a tiered tray for some Valentine's Day decorations.

Step 4: For the lower tier of the wooden tray, I placed a tall white jar in the back and some vintage Valentine’s cards placed into a styrofoam base and covered with moss.

Step 5: I added a few pink stuffed hearts and A DIY crown with flowing ribbons hanging down in the front of the tray.

A wooden tiered tray decorated for Valentine's Day with wood hearts, a DIY crown, and some stuffed velvet hearts.

Step 5: Lastly, I placed a stack of pink heart-shaped plates at the base of the tray with a few vintage valentines. 

Tiered Tray Valentine’s Day Treats


Load up your heart-shaped tray with tempting treats: Rice Krispie treats, fresh cherries, chocolate cupcakes, and buttery shortbread cookies for the family to enjoy.

A heart-shaped tiered tray that is full of yummy treats for Valentine's Day.

I topped it off with bowls of Valentine’s candy for that extra sweet touch. The result? A delicious centerpiece that is perfect for Valentine’s Day.

Yield: 2 trays

Valentine's Tiered Tray Styling

A heart-shaped tiered tray that is full of yummy treats for Valentine's Day.

Elevate your home with these adorable Valentine's Day tiered tray decor Ideas, from sweet treats to heartfelt decorations.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Active Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $50 - $100

Materials

  • A two-tiered tray
  • Mini signs
  • Candles
  • Handmade pieces (the crown and wood hearts)
  • Wooden tray
  • Rae Dunn pieces
  • Wood heart-shaped bowls
  • Vintage Valentine cards
  • Conversation heart candy
  • Chocolate
  • Heart-shaped plates
  • Hearts of any kind.
  • Cookies and cupcakes

Instructions

  1. Start by placing a large wooden heart that I covered with old sheet music and some ribbon trim on the top tier of the tray.
  2. Next, I placed a pink candle and a mini heart that are slightly smaller in the front. 
  3. For the lower tier of the wooden tray, I placed a tall white jar in the back and some vintage Valentine's cards placed into a styrofoam base and covered with moss.   
  4. My favorite pink stuffed hearts and my DIY crown with flowing ribbons hanging down were placed in the front of the tray.
  5. Lastly, I placed a stack of pink heart-shaped plates at the base of the tray with a few vintage valentines. 

Notes

Take an inventory of what you have at home that you can use to decorate your two tiered trays.

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Final Thought

I hope you enjoyed this quick and easy way to Incorporate these delightful ideas to create an enchanting Valentine’s Day tiered tray that your friends and family will love.

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11 Comments

  1. Your Valentine’s tray decor ideas are absolutely charming, Wendy! I’m curious to know if you have any favorite DIY projects or specific pieces that hold special sentimental value on your tiered trays.

    1. Hi Krista, Thank you for stopping by. The candle on my tray is a treasure my husband gave me one Valentine’s Day. In addition, I am very sentimental
      about the two pink velvet hearts that my daughter gave to me.

    1. Thank you, Rachel, it sure was a fun tray to style.

  2. Love this sweet tiered tray Wendy! I bet your grandkids loved it! I know mine would! Pinned 🙂

    1. Thank you, Cindy; it is a sweet tray for Valentine’s Day.

  3. Wendy, I love that heart tier. I bet the grand littles will love all of the sweet treats.

  4. Rachel Harper says:

    Wendy
    I love your trays. Beautiful.

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