Kids love Valentine’s! Throw them (and your family) a cute Valentine’s party at home with all things pink, red and white. Everyone will have fun! This post contains affiliate links for your convenience.
My kids enjoyed this Valentine’s party I put together for us. It was super simple and did not require much effort at all. The most difficult part? Setting it all up to capture some photos for the blog before serving. I actually did this early to show you how you too could put together a party for your little ones (or your entire family).
Valentine’s Snack Menu
On the menu:
- Valentine’s Cookies
- Pink & White Marshmallows
- Hershey’s chocolate Pieces
- Pink Lemonade
We made these cookies from a frozen package bought at Walmart. All we needed to do was bake them. We chose to leave off the frosting. They were cute and tasty! Get them here – Phillsbury Ready to Bake Hearts Sugar Cookies.
I put together this very cute & easy Charcuterie Board – See how I made it here.
For this board, I didn’t want to add too much sweet. I used three different sweets and balanced it off with three different savories. It was a big hit with the kids!! Get these Foam Glitter Picks here.
I also decided to do Pink Strawberry Lemonade
And what’s a kids party without Popcorn? Kidding! Popcorn were served in cute bowls – Found them here
Cutlery and Plate Supplies
- Valentine inspired plates
- I forgot to get disposable cups so I used glasses from around the house
I think I actually saw some new red disposable cups in our stash but they weren’t the right style (I know right – is there a right style?) Nope, but I just figured they didn’t look right with the design of these plates and napkins. Plus the PINK LEMONADE looked better in the clear drinking glasses, anyway:)
Set everything out on the table. Pour lemonade in glass for the kids but let them choose what they want on their plates. Don’t expect everyone to eat every item from the tray. If you also need a table cover, this one is cute. We have it but I didn’t use it for this party.
Sit down too mama and daddy and enjoy a little snack along with your kids. If Dad’s outs working and won’t get home until it’s a little late, it’s OK to go ahead and still do the party. If you feel like he’s missing out on the fun, save him a plate for later.
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She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the bread of idleness (Proverbs 31:27).