Valentines Decor to Buy Now

Valentines is just a couple weeks away and knowing many of you won’t feel safe during the pandemic to enjoy eating at a restaurant, I’ve gathered lots of inspiration for celebrating a special Valentine’s at home.  My Instagram highlights section overviews past parties with blog links for more info. And here, I’ll share all the shoppable links so you too can add some special Valentines touches to your home this year.  Everything is conveniently shoppable through Amazon to ensure it can readily be shipped in time.  Decorating for Valentines is great for creating family memories around the dinner table, for setting a romantic vibe for you and your significant other, or simply to achieve that Instagramable backdrop.  Read ON and share this with a friend!

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Click here or here for an 11″ one to shop white marble heart trays. They can be used as cutting boards, charcuterie and snack boards, or even jewelry and bathroom trays! Super versatile!

I love these light pink, heart shaped plates!! I use them all year round – not just for Valentines!valentines day, valentines table, valentines table decor, galentinesHere are similar plates. And here are similar bowls. The little red rameken bowls are perfect for souffles, little desserts, dipping sauces or quiches. They’re oven-safe and can be found in 6 colors!

The pillows tied in the entire color scheme and can be found here. The 3D pink rose linen pictured here is actually a fabric remnant I found wholesale in fashion district. But you can purchase a similar blush pink similar one here or a darker pink one here.

valentines, valentines decor, valentines tabletop, valentines fashionThese red heart placematsare adorable on the table but just as useful on the walls if you want an Instagramable backdrop for this year’s Vday photos!  Here’s the link for a similar, red glitter heart placemat!  And if you’re going gaga over the cute red heart sunnies we gave away to all our guests, click here!

TODAY in less than an hour, 2pm PST, I will be going LIVE on a new app called IBBLE.  Join me there using this link.  I’ll show you how to style this whole table with insider, expert party planner tips and you can ask any questions you may have along the way.  Click here to see all the details of past Valentines parties and sponsored playdates!  Can you believe I’ve hosted over 16 of them in 7 short years??

5 Simple Ways To Celebrate Valentines Day With Kids

Valentines is such a sweet holiday to celebrate.  We love showing our fondess for friends and family members and we love pink and fuschia so we celebrate in a big way all month long! See here for past Valentine’s parties and treat ideas. This year, we are making 1 new Valentine’s food/dessert each week leading up to Valentine’s for the entire month!  And we are hosting a series of playdates and parties to keep the celebration going!  How are you planning to celebrate this special holiday?  In case you needed ideas, I put together this list of 5 simple ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day with Kids.

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  1. Deck the walls!  With easily, removable stick-on decals like these black hearts, you can easily transform any space into a photo-shoot worthy wall (and then use them again and again)!  Thanks Wall Decor Plus More! I also added banners to the mirror – the heart one was from the Target dollar bin, the pink flags were from a Michaels sale years ago and the other one is a random ribbon I had.  I find that hanging and displaying things in odd numbers like the 3 garlands here, makes for the best presentation. I learned that from a home makeover show on TV.  So it must be right, Right?  kids' valentine's party, be mine, wall decor plus more, wall decals, heart decals, valentine's day decorConcentrate on making one wall a focal point and you’ll have an Instagram-worthy backdrop in no time!
  2. Make your sweetheart a Valentine’s ice cream sandwich!  Take any ice cream sandwich, cut a heart out while frozen, and add pink/red sprinkles to the ice cream sides! (This is easy for kids to do by rotating the ice cream sandwich in a ziploc bag full of sprinkles). Or your child might want to decorate his/her ice cream sandwich by drawing a heart on top with frosting and adding Valentines candies to the side.  
  3. Make your own Valentine’s cards for your classmates without dolling out more candy.  Try this easy to create, goldfish cracker Valentine which reads, “Dear Valentine, I’m so glad we’re in the same school.”  And you’ll be a hit with the kids AND parents!  All you need is this printable, a clear baggy (without ziploc seal), and cute washi tape.  Print and cut printable, insert into baggy along with goldfish and tape up!  Kids can sign the bottom and will love being able to craft their own valentines with their own little hands. diy valentines, non candy valentines, valentines day cards
  4. Enjoy an UN-romantic mommy and me meal in a pink restaurant!  In NYC, I highly recommend checking out this darling, tiny restaurant so pretty in pink it will have YOU blushing!  Pietro Nolita (click through for full review and all the pics)  Extra points to you if you show up dressed in pink like our little divas did!pink restaurant, pink restaurant nyc
  5. Play Dress Up!  It’s far too often that moms are behind the camera shooting the kids and not with them in the picture.  Use the holidays as a reminder to track your child’s growth next to you by taking yearly Valentine’s picture with your most favorite Valentine!  Have the little ones choose the color theme.  Pink?  Fuschia? Red this year?  What will it be?  And have fun playing a little dress up together! Click here for more mommy and me Valentine’s outfit inspiration!valentines day outfits, fashion kids, minifashionista, minime

Want MORE ideas?  I’m glad you asked!  Click here for a homemade, heart-shaped, pop tart recipe,  here for 5 steps to planning a Galentine’s party for the little girls, here for a Wild Valentine’s party for toddlers, and here for 6 tips on hosting a Valentine’s pancake and pajama playdate!

Thanks for stopping by!  Please leave a comment on which idea you liked best.  Will you be trying any of these this year?

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