Valentines Decorations / December 31, 2018 / Imelda Chang
Check out all these ideas and see which ones you want to get your party started and keep it going. Valentines Day is a day of love - a day set aside to tell the people around us how much we care. Be it a spouse a friend or a parent we show our loved ones how much they mean to us by delivering them with sentimental cards flowers candy and gifts. It is the one day of the year when all out romanticism - in all its forms - is expected and accepted. When it comes to Valentines Day we all seem to have our own ways of celebrating. For some that means a special dinner at a restaurant. For others it means tickets to a show. And for still others it means a special Valentines Day treat that we wait for all year long. Valentine cookies are here just prior to and on February 14th - and gone the day after. So for many buying or making these sweet treats are part of their celebration of love. Valentine cookies come in all shapes sizes and flavors.
There are many ways in which you can decorate for this holiday. Of course the colors of the day include reds pinks white and other similar tones. You can even make a wide selection of these from the kids construction box. Here are some ideas to help get you started. The Bulletin Board Need to decorate a bulletin board? Fill it with flowers and hearts in the color scheme mentioned. Make sure to put a fun border around it and possibly put hearts of all shapes and sizes throughout it. Include some pictures of family members of the students in a class for a great look. You can also ad a fun saying or slogan to it. Make it something quirky like "Be My Valentine" or make it religious such as "God Is Love." In the background do something unique.
Fill a punch bowl with red punch lemon and lime flavored soda a half-gallon of rainbow sherbet (in large scoops) and cut up oranges to float on top. Wet the rims of glasses and rub them into a saucer of sugar. Display these glasses next to the punch bowl. The sugar not only makes the glasses an addition to your Valentines day decorations but they add flavor to the drink. Dont forget the cupcakes! There are so many ways to decorate a cup cake and that could actually be part of your Valentines day party plans. Consider setting up a separate table or section of your countertop with all the Valentines day decorations for each cupcake in buffet style. These decorations can include sprinkles hard candy message hearts M&Ms chocolate syrup shaved dark chocolate shaved white chocolate and so on.