Your Valentine’s Day can be extra sweet with these adorable party ideas from Amanda, at Shindig, Parties to Go!  Amanda always wows me with her attention to detail and her eye for making everything so pretty~ and “do-able”!  Read on for cute and easy ways to spread the love for Valentine’s Day!

 

I love how Amanda used favor boxes from the Dollar Store and wrapped them with paper for a great way to serve popcorn- how cute for a class party!  The heart adds an extra touch of cuteness!

 

The drink bottles couldn’t be cuter with heart cut-outs from Shindig secured with tulle- and simple twine holding the straws in place!  Notice how Amanda placed them on doilies to add another small detail of design~

 

One of my favorite ideas from this Valentine party is how guests are served lunch in these adorable felt baskets found at Target.  Heart-shaped sandwiches wrapped with doilies and side items served in simple white bags with twine and a paper heart…

Amanda also dressed up the silverware by wrapping in a napkin secured with a paper heart- I love how she threaded a ribbon through the heart!

Decorated cookies are beautiful and made to match the printables from Shindig- you can add any type of cookies to your party for a super sweet and yummy treat!

A display of candies looks great on a tiered stand~

And, a bowl full of Hershey Kisses never looked sweeter~ these make great gifts!

Mini mailboxes are found in many stores around Valentine’s Day, and I love Amanda’s creative way of using them to display cupcakes~ notice the adorable cupcake toppers and wrappers!

Another easy way to make your party festive is with candy bar wrappers- in regular and miniature size!  These also make great favors and teacher gifts!

There are so many great ideas!  Shindig has all of the party printables available in her shop for only $9.00!  Find them here in Amanda’s shop~

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