Semi-Homemade Valentine’s Day Lunch Party

Yesterday was a pretty sweet Valentine’s Day.  Nothing fancy, nothing ornate, nothing super romantic, just a really good day that my husband and I got to spend with our three girls.  I had wanted to throw them a little lunch party for when Emma came home from school, but with our kitchen under complete renovation, I knew I would have to resort to semi-homemade treats for the kids and a relatively easy set-up and clean-up situation.  All of the paper products and decor were from Target, along with all of the goodies, minus the cake pops.  It was the simplest and most affordable party to date, but my daughters were so excited walking in to find a surprise waiting  there for them and Emma even announced that it was the greatest party ever, so there’s that.  It’s the little things that mean so much to our kids.  The reminders that amidst all of the chaos we are thinking of them.  We love them.  We care.  And that just about sums up what this whole holiday has become for me.  An extra little reminder to show those you care about that they are so loved.  Here are some snapshots of our semi-homemade Valentine’s Day lunch party.

Tassel Garland, Dream Catcher, Paper Snack Cups, Plastic Heart Cups, Paper Plates, Popcorn, M&M’s: Target

Cakepops: Starbucks

Hope you all got to spend yesterday with those you love.

xo gina 


  1. This post is so sweet! Love the heart sandwiches 🙂

    • pumpkin + rose

      March 16, 2017 at 1:11 PM

      thanks so much, ashli. got the heart cookie cutter on clearance at target and now i use it on everything haha! 🙂

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