Host a Wild Valentine’s Kid’s Party

If you’re looking for a fun Valentine’s kid’s party or are wanting to make your next play date a little more special, think about getting wild with an animal-theme!

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I wasn’t ready to tear down my wild for you decor from my pancakes and pajamas play date and decided to host another Wild For You Valentine making play date with 2 more of our favorite Valentines.

IMG_1120The kids wore matching bear-eared heart jumpsuits for some adorable photos and enjoyed crafting their own Valentine hearts and decorating heart-shaped cookies.

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Here are some close-ups! The beverage bottles were simply unstickered Starbucks coffee cups decorated with items from Target’s $1 bin.

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Pigs in a blanket were a fun animal-themed toddler snack.

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Strawberry applesauce and fruits in festive dotted cups, animal crackers, organic cow shaped grahams, and panda sweets were also available for the kids.IMG_1072 IMG_1086 wild for you valentine making Be sure to continue the wild theme with animal prints (here seen on the duvet cover-turned linen), animal puzzles toys and books, and stuffed animals.

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Each child brought home this favor bag stuffed with their Valentine’s creations and each mom went home with a heart-shaped box of Godiva Valentine’s chocolates.

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To see the 2nd birthday party where all these DIY decorated animal figurines originally came from, click here. 

And to see my 6 tips for hosting a pajamas and pancakes play date like this for under $10 click here. 

valentine kids event How are you and your kids celebrating with your Valentine’s this year?

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Comments
  1. Ninz says:

    Such a fab idea! Well done for organising it and making kids part of Valentiene’s Day!
    Ninz

  2. Rosina says:

    Love the kid based Valentine theme. So fun!

    1. fabgab says:

      Valentine’s is even more heart-warming with kids, I think. 🙂

  3. Anita Desabhatla says:

    Cute pics and lovely ideas!

    1. fabgab says:

      Thanks for the comment, Anita!

  4. Laura says:

    Thanks for hosting, had such a fun time!

    1. fabgab says:

      Thanks for being our Valentine!

  5. Christiana Doucette says:

    Looks like they has a blast! How fun! My littles enjoy making valentines too.

    1. fabgab says:

      Thanks Christiana! They went wild 🙂
      Thanks for stopping by!

  6. Autumn says:

    Super cute idea! I love making holidays special for our little ones! How did the little boy like it?

    1. fabgab says:

      He was the most excited to make Valentine’s (and also the only one who could really do it without the help of a parent). When I asked him if he was going to make it for someone from his family, he said ‘NO, I’m making it for my friends!” haha

  7. Midwest Mommy says:

    So cute! Animal onesies are so big right now. I think I’m going to have to buy one and recreate this idea at home with my little one!

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