Why should couples be the only ones who get to celebrate on February 14th? Whether you are planning a romantic evening, a get together with other single folk, or throwing a party for couples, we’ve found some great ideas for decorating your home.
Of course, you could just place a few heart-shaped balloons in the corner of your living room. However, if you fancy adding a touch of class to your party, keep reading.
Valentine’s Day is never complete without hearts in our opinion. It’s the true symbol of the time of year when love and romance should be celebrated. These beautiful silver heart-shaped fairy lights can be bought from www.lights4fun.co.uk and would add a classy, seductive glow to any mantelpiece.
Colourful, aromatic candles, fresh flowers and cute candy make simple, stylish and beautiful table decorations – perfect for creating a cosy atmosphere and setting the romantic mood.
We found a great website that caters for all your party candle needs – www.deelights.co.uk. A selection of handmade, heart-shaped scented candles are guaranteed to make a great centrepiece at your table.
If you fancy steering away from the predictable champagne truffles and heart-shaped chocolates, how about some of these deliciously cute offerings from www.hungryhappenings.com? They certainly caught our eye and would put a smile on your guests’ faces.
Elegant, scrumptious biscuits are sure to tantalise taste buds. The pretty ones above are from www.icingelegance.co.uk. However, if you want to try making your own, bake heart-shaped shortbread biscuits then wrap a red ribbon around them.
A romantic place setting doesn’t have to cost the earth. A simple red table cloth with matching serviettes, a few red tea lights, red sparkle heart-shaped table confetti and a little red ribbon can be the classiest of all, demonstrated here at www.homedecorinteriordesign.com.
Whatever your plans on Valentine’s Day, we hope you enjoy every moment!