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Decorating for a Kid’s Valentine’s Day Party

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I love holiday parties. I especially love throwing kids parties. I get a kick out of planning everything! I'm a party person! You know what else I am? A cheap person. I am always try to be thrifty while planning out my parties! Why throw a party that you'll be paying off for the next year? This is why when I decided to throw a Valentine's Day Party for my little guy and his friends that I knew would work with my budget!

Decorating for a Kid's Valentine's Day Party | Aprons, Trainers, and Bibs

I'm going to share with y'all the sweet {pun intended} & wallet friendly ideas that I used to decorate our mantel for the party! They're so versatile they can easily be moved outside, to a classroom, or anywhere your little heart {yeah, I meant that one too} desires!

Decorating for a Kid's Valentine's Day Party | Aprons, Trainers, and Bibs

Valentine's Day Decorating

Decorating for a Kid's Valentine's Day Party | Aprons, Trainers, and Bibs

Use Mason jars

My mom and I picked these jars up years ago at a local flea market so I can't tell y'all where to find those, but the cute Valentine's Day candies all came from The Dollar Tree for a grand total of $4! You can totally use your own jars for this or even grab some plastic display jars/vases at The Dollar Tree while you're there getting candy for some kid-friendly Valentine's Day decorations!

Decorating for a Kid's Valentine's Day Party | Aprons, Trainers, and Bibs

Use ribbon

I grabbed this adorable bow for $12, and the flower "garland" for $5, at Michael's!

I snagged an extra garland and wrapped that one around a table we have in the room, so I think these would work well together adorning a teacher's desk or even the chalkboard or whiteboard!

Decorating for a Kid's Valentine's Day Party | Aprons, Trainers, and Bibs

Ta-Da!! There you have it!! My wonderful, simple, and most of all sweet Valentine's Day decorations! I hope that you could get some inspiration for your own darling Valentine's Day parties!

If you're looking for even more inspiration for your little one's Valentine's Day parties stop on by my blog where I'm sharing the rest of my decorations along with the food and drinks I served, and more!

Have you ever had a Valentine's Day party for your tykes before? What kind of stuff did you do?

Caitlin | ATBBlog Caitlin Edmon is a writer and blogger from Los Angeles, California. She currently lives there with her 2 1/2 year old bundle of energy and her fiancé, Jamie, who is a professional boxer. In whatever time she has to spare she enjoys reading, staying active, cooking, and DIY-ing/organizing everything, then writing about it all. She frequently blogs about happiness, and she especially enjoys sharing her experiences and lessons learned from all the challenges and blessings that greet her each day. You can connect with Caitlin on her blog Aprons, Trainers, and Bibs, Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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One Response to “Decorating for a Kid’s Valentine’s Day Party”

  1. Kendra Frampton says:

    Cute ideas!

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