Host a Kid-Friendly Valentine’s Day Party Slideshow
January 28, 2015
Simple, budget-friendly ideas to host the best Valentine’s party on the block
This is the perfect heart-infused décor to hang across the mantel, over a doorway, or just to add a punch of color to a wall — make your heart garland out of felt and sew it together, or punch holes and thread a string through the pieces. Mix and match festive colors for a fun decoration that’s simple and chic.
When your little guests are headed out the door, skip the sweets and instead give out these cute pencil valentines as party favors. Pick up some dollar-store pencils in fun colors and designs for a parent approved, kid-friendly Valentine.
Save yourself the hassle of refilling snack bowls and picking up crumbs mid-party by filling up some adorable little treat bags pre-party with tasty snacks. Fun, kid-friendly food like Goldfish, Teddy Grahams, or M&M's would be the perfect snacks for these treat bags.
When you have little mouths to feed, skip the mess and get right to the sweet treats. Ditch the chaos of icing and crumbs and instead whip up these chocolate-covered marshmallows on a stick — we love them dipped in Valentine’s sprinkles, too!
If you’re looking for an easy activity to keep kids busy and entertained, go back to the basics with some good old bingo! Make up your own bingo board or find a Valentine's-themed printable for the party, and use candy hearts and bingo chips.