35 Valentine’s Day Inspired Party Ideas for Kids

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Valentine’s Day is a day to tell those who you love or like how you feel about them.  When it comes to kids, it’s a day to pass out candy to friends at school and have an excuse to have a party!  Why not get the kids together for a Valentine’s Day party and let them have some fun?  Find ideas for every aspect of your party from these 35 blog posts.  If you’re trying to find an idea for making your own invitations, you’ll find it on this list.  You’ll also find everything from how to decorate for a party to how to make homemade valentines.  Take a look and see if you can get inspired.

Invitations

You can buy store bought invitations for a few dollars or you can get your kids to help you make your own invitations.  Prepare your invitations and mail them at least two weeks before the party.  Here are five blog entries to help you create the best invitation for your party.

Decorations

Creating a celebratory atmosphere for your party can be done pretty simply by adding some balloons and streamers.  How far you go with your decorations is entirely up to you.  Making it look festive will start the party off on the right foot.  Check out these five blog articles for some fun ideas.

Menu

What kind of yummy food are you going to serve at your party?  Will the kids be hungry when they get there?  Maybe you need to have some appetizers to get the party going.  Dessert tables are a fun trend right now and allow guests to sample several different bite-sized sweet treats.  These five blogs will give you some ideas for your menu.

Games

What do you do with the kids once they’re all over at your house? Play games, of course!  Many traditional games can be made into Valentine’s Day games by switching a few things around.  For more details, check out these five blog posts.

Craft Projects

You can break up the games with a craft project that the kids will get to take home at the end of the party.  Keep in mind the age of the children who will be at the party and try to make the craft age appropriate.  There are tons of ideas, but these five bloggers have detailed a few for you.

Valentines

What would a Valentine’s Day Party be without Valentines?  You can encourage the parents to send along Valentines for their child to share with their friends or you can help the kids create some at the party.  These ideas might also be good to take to school.

Party Favors

Once the party is over and the kids are getting ready to leave it’s nice to have a little party favor to send them on their way.  It doesn’t have to be anything that is expensive or time consuming, just a little something to thank them for coming.  Find some clever favor ideas on these five blogs.

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2 Responses to “35 Valentine’s Day Inspired Party Ideas for Kids”

  1. Liz@HoosierHomemade Says:

    January 23rd, 2013 at 1:19 pm

    Thanks for including my Paper Hearts, they are lots of fun to make!
    ~Liz@HoosierHomemade

  2. Cristina Says:

    January 23rd, 2013 at 8:50 pm

    Thanks for featuring my Valentine’s Day party invitation!

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