My husband celebrates his Birthday on Valentine’s Day and he enjoys celebrating both occasions, even though both collide on the same date. While it might be cheesy to use Valentine’s Day as a party theme, for some, it can be a fun way to celebrate a Birthday. We’ve collated some of the more tasteful Valentine’s Day party ideas that you wouldn’t be ashamed of organizing for you Birthday.


The most obvious colours for a Valentine’s Day party is red and pink, offset with white. Not everything needs to be flanked with hearts, but the shape is an easy one to use when deciding on food and décor ideas.

Mix prints of chevron and polka dots for a fun visual scape of the food table. Mix and match food colours and patty cakes to create  cohesive look.

Make your own heart bunting and thread the hearts together using ribbon.

Use cake stands to present pink meringues and heart cookies.

Use white lace cupcake patties to hold red candies and top with a red heart.

For an easy and delicious fresh food idea, create heart shaped kebabs using strawberries.



Do you celebrate Valentine’s Day?