47 Inspiring Valentines Day Fireplace Decoration Ideas

Inspiring Valentines Day Fireplace Decoration Ideas 43

This year for Valentine’s Day, instead of spending time together alone, celebrate love with a party and use these simple and romantic Valentine’s Day party decorations. Valentine’s Day is about a few main things; Cupid, hearts, roses and chocolate. With these four elements, you can create a romantic and elegant party for loved ones who are in love.

Purchase Valentine’s Day banners, table covers, red utensils and a lot of other memorable party decorations that you can keep and use year after year. Cutout large Cupid silhouettes from red oak tag to serve as wall decorations. Create an interesting centerpiece or table top decoration for a buffet table buy buying two vases shaped like half spheres.


Place red colo

red stones in the bottom of one vase and accentuate with fresh red roses in the top of the vase. In the other vase place the same red colored stones at the bottom and heart shaped floating candles in some water. Place the flat sides of the bowls together to create a wonderful flower display. Decorate tabletops with heart or Cupid shaped confetti.

Since chocolate is such a big part of Valentine’s Day, use chocolate in your decorating. Place red Valentine’s Day chocolate Hershey’s Kisses in decorative bowls around the room. Decorate small boxes with a Valentine’s Day motif and the word “love” on it.

Fill a small red bean bag sized sachet stamped with the word love, with romantic aromas; popery, the sent of roses, lavender or lemon grass. With the sachet tucked neatly inside the box, a few can be arranged on a table. When the party is over give these delightful treasures as parting gifts.

Create a romantic atmosphere throughout the party by using soft candle light and romantic music. If you have a fireplace you can light a fire and through some big comfy pillows on a rug in front of it. Surf the internet for more Valentines Day activities.


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