Party Recap

I styled this party in full budget mode. I twisted crepe paper to hide my wall that usually holds wall art in my dining room. Everything seen on the table I already had laying around, except for the heart plates - I found those cuties at Target for $2.49 and couldn't resist. I'm loving my new white cake stand with red edging I got as a gift for Christmas. I decorated my black corner cabinet last month for Valentine's Day using Target dollar aisle finds.

The girls decorated the mini mailboxes found in the Target dollar aisle using little gems and hearts also found in the dollar section. It was such a fun little project and perfect for their ages (2+4). I wrapped plastic milk bottles in twine and added a fun striped paper straw. My very talented friend Ann made the adorable sugar cookies! Aren't they FAB?! You can't have a party without Lillycakes so I simply stuck the cake pops in my fake flower arrangement for a nice little centerpiece.

Vendor Credits
Styling/Printables: I DO invitations by michelle
Photography: Photos by Vitella
Headbands + XOXO Letters: AMK's Boutique
Tees: *golden*
Cake Pops: Lillycakes
Tissue Heart Fan/Straws/Milk Bottles: Shop Sweet Lulu
Red Chevron Table Runner: A to Zebra Celebrations
Cami's Necklace: Miss CoCo Designs


Party Highlights

  • Best Dressed

    All three were decked out in true Valentine's attire :)

  • Desserts

    Cake Pops, Cupcakes, Cookies & Donuts

  • Activities / Games

    The girls decorated mini mailboxes I purchased at Target in the dollar aisle and decorated them using heart stickers and gems also found in the dollar section.

  • Budget

    90% of everything were things I already had or DIY :)

  • What People Ate


  • What People Drank



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