Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and we are certainly feeling the love. The blogosphere has been hot with adorable Valentine’s Day party ideas. This week we shared two great party designs too – one from One Charming Party and another from A to Zebra Celebrations. And today, we’ve rounded up a few more party designs that may help you with your own Valentine’s Day party planning.
This week’s first find is a Vintage Valentine’s Day from A Blissful Nest. This classic party design would be perfect for celebrating with adults or kids. The red, pink and pewter gray colors used for this party work really well together. The gray is a lovely contrast to the bold red. The poms (technically, pomettes) used as wall décor behind the tablescape are simple, but have a big design impact. The gorgeous party printables and antique cupcake stand and plates really give this party its’ vintage feel. The milkshakes, complete with the retro red and white straws are so cute, and look great on the table. And, I can’t forget about the cupcakes and cupcake toppers – they are perfect!
Next up is this crafty Be Mine Valentine Party featured on Gwynn Wasson Designs. There are so many creative DIY design elements in this party that I adore, like the lollipop pinwheels and the “Be Mine heart-flower” centerpiece. Pink, pink and more pink sums up the colors used for this party – I love all of the different hues! The strands of hearts used as a table backdrop are perfect for a Valentine’s Day party. It would also be fun to make them with the kids!
The party favors are my absolute favorite part of this party design. I love the mailboxes and chocolate bars wrapped to look like envelopes. Such a unique idea! The best part is that guests can re-use the mailboxes after the party is done!
For those of you that want to celebrate, but not break the bank – you’ll appreciate this Budget Valentine’s Day Dinner from Jackie Fogartie Events. All of the décor for this party was purchased at the Dollar Store. Yep, you heard me right, the Dollar Store. Of course the tableware (plates, glassware and candlesticks) weren’t purchased specifically for this party, but it’s great to see what you can do with items you already have. Streamers instead of a tablecloth and pretty doilies for place settings really create a gorgeous table. A perfect way to share a lovely Valentine’s Day dinner with your family, without breaking the bank!
How will you be celebrating this Valentine’s Day? Let us know in the comments below.