1. Set the Mood with a Candy Heart Vase & Flowers
Idea from: A Day In My Life
2. Adjust the Lighting
These translucent hanging hearts are easy to make from waxed paper and crayons.
In return, sunbeams (Or background candle light) will color your room with cheer @ Martha Stewart
3. Add the Secret Ingredient
Festive eh? =) $ 9.99 at Mod Cloth
4. Prepare Personalized Candy of Choice in that Heart-Shaped Box
Make a festive, heart-shaped candy box filled with treats for your one and only–at Martha Stewart
5. Accessorize with Hand-Made, Heart-Shaped Garland
6. Catch the Love of your Dreams with the Heart-Shaped Dream Catcher
7. Place Love In the Center [of the table]
Sugar Cookie Center Piece @ It’s Overflowing
8. Head Liner
So I love this idea (just a random picture), but obviously don’t have big block light up block letters.
Here is what I think would work and I will get back to you when I try this… School just started so I have been neglecting my favorite hobby a bit =(
Black poster board, trace words of choice (Love, Be Mine, Me & You ect), punch out wholes with a whole puncher and pop in Christmas lights—then Voila, hang up and plug in?!?! Or could this be a fire hazard?!? Seems like a pretty sweet idea if it wasn’t and it worked =)
9. Table Lighting
10. Book a hot reservation (at home).
(pic and what other ladies want to do for Valentine’s da)y from: Beauty and her Feast
While cooking together might be something you do every day, there’s no reason it can’t be special. The twist: Devise a unique menu that you’ll make together every year on Valentine’s Day (think: all seafood, or an aphrodisiac theme). Start the tradition now and you’ll never have to worry about making last-minute plans in the future.
Idea From: The Nest