Amy Atlas sets a beautiful pink dessert table. This idea is perfect if you are hostessing a day with the girlfriends or even a special Mother-Daughter Valentine's Luncheon.
Kara's Party shared a simple but sweet Vintage themed Valentine's dessert table. The precious cupcake toppers are available at Hobby Lobby!
Kara's Party has done it again... THIS IS MY FAVORITE Valentine Party Idea... Queen of Hearts! Why not invite your friends over to celebrate LOVE and to play a few card games.
For those of you who have little heart breakers running around...these ideas are for you!!
DesignaGlow posted the cutest idea for a boy who just might have a little crush on a special little girl... (or a little princess who has a crush on a little slugger)... HOW FUN IS THAT!!! DesignaGlow walks you through how to create picture cards with text bubbles.
Check it out here!
Looking for a special treat for your son or daughter's teacher this Valentine's Day? Check out this "SWEET" idea from Eighteen 25. I'm so FORTUNATE to have you as a teacher. You can download and print here: Eighteen25
Valentine parties for preteens don't HAVE to be co-ed...Why not host a "Love Letters" party where the guests can write sweet little notes of appreciation to the ones they love. OR- you could use this same theme for your preschooler's play date by focusing on individual LETTERS. Celebrations at Home has the step by step on how to make this party come to life!
This last idea is just a simple way to surprise your family the morning of February 14th. Set the breakfast table with fun letters that spell love. Fill a vase with red hots or red M&M's and beautiful flowers. Serve yummy heart shaped pancakes or play off on names of cereal....like Lucky Charms and write a little note that says:
"I sure am LUCKY to have you as my Valentine".
May your HEART be filled this Valentine's Day!
|From Drop Box|