A Valentine’s Day party can be as cheesy, sweet or sophisticated as you want it to be.
This cake is so beautifully created that I’d have trouble cutting in to it!
More than just having candy and treats for this holiday, get the kids involved with decorations, get them inspired to create valentines, or other related things. What about just having them draw all the things that they love? This type of activity is great whether you have a kid-only party or have a mixed one where the adults are free to bring their young-ones along.
Do you go with pink, red or pink and red for your colour scheme?
I’ve seen people throw in purple to the colour mix, too—so which combo is your favourite?
I, personally would go with a bold red rather than a pale pink—I especially love the shade of red below, on this vintage-looking table. This is something I’d have out year-round so I wouldn’t need to specifically decorate just for the party.
Instead of traditional goodie bags, wrap up some treats for your party guests in little boxes.
For appetizers, pick up some of these inexpensive spoons (often as little as 25 cents) for perfect portion-sized starters or desserts.
Here are a few more sophisticated decorating ideas for your Valentine’s Day Party:
Love this ‘grown up tea party’ theme.
Will you be throwing a Valentine’s Day party this year? What will your theme be?