Valentine’s Day Party

I was so excited to host a small Valentine’s Day Party for my kids and a few of their friends.  I’ve never done much with this holiday but this year I’ve apparently been struck with Cupid’s Arrow because I can’t leave the hearts and the love and the red + purple (and maybe a tiny bit of pink) alone.

I guess there could be worse things in life.

Crafty Valentine's Day Party,

I have been slowly working on a few decoration items that were used for this party.  I made a red and white flower bouquet as one of the table centerpieces using napkins and straws.  I also hung string hearts from our chandelier which turned out so adorable.  And then during our party we did a small Cupid’s Bow + Arrow craft, big hit with the kiddos!

Valentine's Day Party

Setting up for parties is such a thrill for me.  And this is not my typical party with all the color and frills (and kids), so it was extra fun to set up.
I just got this metal tray at Target.  It was sold as a plant holder, but I’m not sure I could part with it for purely plant holding.

I used chalkboard gift tags as labels for candy and craft supplies.

Valentine's Day Party
Valentine's Day Party
Party time.
There is nothing like chubby baby hands working on crafts!
Ah, such fun we had.  Do you all have any fun Valentine’s Day party plans?

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See how to make the other items in this party here:

Valentine’s Day String Garland
Valentine's Day Party

Cupid’s Bow and Arrow Craft
Cupid's Bow and Arrow- Valentine's Day,


17 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Party

  1. Just pinned it! So fun for all the kiddos, and maybe even some adults! I love all the handmade decorations and vintage goodies. Thanks for sharing at Fridays Unfolded!


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