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!
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.
The kids wore matching bear-eared heart jumpsuits for some adorable photos and enjoyed crafting their own Valentine hearts and decorating heart-shaped cookies.
Here are some close-ups! The beverage bottles were simply unstickered Starbucks coffee cups decorated with items from Target’s $1 bin.
Pigs in a blanket were a fun animal-themed toddler snack.
Strawberry applesauce and fruits in festive dotted cups, animal crackers, organic cow shaped grahams, and panda sweets were also available for the kids. 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.
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.
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.
How are you and your kids celebrating with your Valentine’s this year?
Such a fab idea! Well done for organising it and making kids part of Valentiene’s Day!
Thanks so much!
Love the kid based Valentine theme. So fun!
Valentine’s is even more heart-warming with kids, I think. 🙂
Cute pics and lovely ideas!
Thanks for the comment, Anita!
Thanks for hosting, had such a fun time!
Thanks for being our Valentine!
Looks like they has a blast! How fun! My littles enjoy making valentines too.
Thanks Christiana! They went wild 🙂
Thanks for stopping by!
Super cute idea! I love making holidays special for our little ones! How did the little boy like it?
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
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!