Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and whether you have a beau or BFF, it’s an occasion to celebrate those you love most! Hosting a Valentine’s Day party doesn’t have to be stressful to be fun and oh-so-chic. A little gold glitter and pink tissue paper goes a long way! These are a few tips for an easy and girly get-together:
Set the Scene
Transform any kitchen table or counter top with festive streamers and garlands. Inspired by the Pantone Color of the Year, Rose Quartz, we went for a pale pink palette. Use paper streamers and punched paper hearts to create a lovely little backdrop that won’t break the bank! We glammed it up with sparkly accents, like gold glitter tea light holders. Stack simple white dishes to create elevated serving trays, and you’re good to go!
Planning Tip: Start by searching for items you already have that you can incorporate into your decor. A little spray paint goes a long way or you can use a colorful piece of paper to wrap and line displays and dishes for a less permanent decorating solution.
Planning Tip: Print out our party checklist to stay organized and on track!
Hooray for Rosé
Pop pink champagne and toast to your besties! Dress up any bottle of bubbly with a big pink bow and top it off with a sparkly glitter heart bottle stopper between pours.
A gold foil straw is a chic accessory for any cocktail! Serve sassy sips in personalized stemless champagne glasses, and then keep them for your annual Valentine’s Day party or let your guests take them home.
Sweets Full of Heart
Whether you start from scratch or dress up store-bought sweets, these cookies come from the heart! Use gold glitter place card holders to label the delicious spread.
Planning Tip: Send your girls home with a treat to go! These striped paper bags are absolutely adorable and you can customize them with a personalized message.
What better way to say LYLAS (love you like a sister) than with these lovely glass coasters? Share a sweet sentiment with this sophisticated accessory that will remind your BFFs of the fun Valentine’s Day you shared.
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Happy Valentine’s Day!