Celebrate V Day this year with perfectly romantic Valentines Day decorations. I have a mix of Valentines Day decorations you can craft. Or some of my favourite decorations to purchase (many of which you could also have a go at making!).
I used to be a cynic when it came to Valentines Day. It just seemed to be “the cool thing” to hate love. Seriously though… WTF, that doesn’t even make sense?! But these days, I’m totally not about being cool. I’m about doing and believing in what is in my heart. So naturally, I love Valentines Day (I always have, even when I denied it).
It doesn’t matter what your Day of Love looks like, perhaps you have a loved one to share it with or are hoping to catch the attention of someone? Maybe it’s more of a Galentine’s Day with your girlfriends? For me, I’ll be teaching my kids the importance of spoiling those you love. They are, after all, the two ultimate loves of my life. One day my boys will find their own loves. Of course, they will be thanking me for making sure my boys grew up knowing how to show that love. At least that’s what’s in my head, I’m certain it will go that way?!
Who doesn’t love a pom pom craft?! These hearts are so cute. I love them on the branches as a hanging Valentines Day decoration. From The House that Lars Built
If you’re time poor like me, this is our kind of balloon installation. So simple but effective. You would get it together in no time. Get the balloons for your Balloon Heart Wall Display
Gorgeous nordic inspired gnomes for your Valentines Day mantle or table. From Follow the Yellow Brick Home
Such a simple and easy Valentine’s craft using a wire hanger and faux eucalyptus. A little farmhouse and more of a minimal decoration for your home this V Day. From DIY Beautify
I love the mix of simple red patterns on this sweet fabric garland. This would look gorgeous hanging from the mantle! Valentine Red Heart Garland
How sweet is this heart shape balloon installation? I love the flowers, the perfect touch! From The House that Lars Built
A cute and quick DIY which looks great in non-traditional Valentines colours. You can get the free template or modify easily enough if you don’t have a Cricut (yup, sadly that’s me too). From See Lindsay
Spell out a special message with this cute wooden Valentines decor blocks. Perfect for a Valentines Day vignette. Place them on a tray, shelf, mantle or tables. Personalised Wooden Valentines Decor Blocks
I love anything ombre and I think it’s perfect for Valentine’s Day. This balloon heart installation would look amazing at a VDay party or to surprise your love with. From Oh Happy Day
Mix and match messages to different colours. These would make a cute gift for your Valentine this year. Valentines Day Heart Ornament Set
Create an easy, effective Valentines Day decoration with just an embroidery hoop and a few embellishments. From Lydi Out Loud
Why not try a cute collection of love-themed items? You only need a couple of items and then just coordinate with decor of a similar colour theme. Always throw in greenery or something organic, trust me! From The Salted Stripe
Oh my! My heart just about burst when I saw this beautiful berry heart wreath. It would look stunning on your front door or hanging in the house. Burlap Red Berry Wreath
A beautiful addition to any Valentines Day party, this streamer backdrop will impress everyone. From One Stylish Party
There are so many sweet Valentines Day decoration ideas on this mantle. From the metal letter typography signs to bunting, cushions and paper hearts. From Tatertots and Jello
Right. Now I have a date with a 4 and a 7 year old to plan! I really do enjoy hanging out with my kids on Valentines Day. For the last few years I’ve had a lot of house renovations and general life disruptions. I’m hoping to go all out with celebrations like Valentines Day. I really look forward to making a fuss (even if it’s just themed Valentines Day decorations at home) and making my loves smile.
How do you like to celebrate Valentines Day? If you try any of the ideas above, I’d love to see how they turn out! You can tag me @avisualmerriment on Instagram or Facebook or simply email me firstname.lastname@example.org
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