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Posted by on Feb 4th 2015

Best Valentine’s Day Event Themes


Valentine’s Day is a popular holiday for parties and events. While the options for creative themes may seem limited compared to other holidays like Halloween or Christmas, there are actually a number of ways you can get creative for your Valentine’s Day event. There is no reason why your Valentine’s Day event has to be ordinary. While there is surely a traditional approach to Valentine’s Day party themes, your event can really be anything you want. Like any event, you can customize every part and incorporate what works for your tastes and disregard what doesn’t. Here are a few top Valentine’s Day event themes to help you craft a unique approach to the holiday.

All You Need is Love Theme

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This is a popular theme for a Valentine’s Day event. As a reference to the classic song of the same name, this party theme is a perfect option for a traditional Valentine’s Day party. The inclusion of heart decor and red, pink, and white colors is recommended to complete the classic decor. For food, hor d’oeuvres and colorful cookies or cupcakes are a great option. Dessert tables are always a good approach to any Valentine’s Day event, just make sure your selection is pretty.

Modern Theme

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For a cleaner, more contemporary theme for your event that preserves elements of the Valentine’s Day color and mood, a modern event may be just the option. This theme should be a classy affair. Colors can be a mixture of pinks, white, and silver sequencing. Flower arrangements are a must, and candles are always a nice touch for some elegance. Consider the venue for this type of theme. Any large, open space suits the modern style well. Decor can be minimal with photography, a bar, dessert table, and a variety of seating from couches to group tables.

80’s Rock Theme

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The 80’s are a great party theme no matter the occasion. For Valentine’s Day, an 80’s rock love theme is a great way to have a fun and casual event. Incorporate bright colors and music/rock n roll themed elements into the design. The focus on love and romance can take a back seat to a fun, music oriented approach to the theme. A stage, live DJ, cover band, or some other musical entertainment is a great touch. Incorporate the music theme into your food presentation, such as using record shaped serving trays or novelty guitar decor to embellish the surroundings.

Valentine’s Day Tea Party

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A unique approach for your Valentine’s Day event is to make the party a tea party. Tea parties are classy, easy to put together affairs that anyone can get behind. Finger food, a good tea selection, delicious desserts, and some basic decor are all you need to pull off this elegant event. Tea sandwiches, tarts, cookies, and a selection of different teas are the basics of any good tea party. If the weather is nice, you can hold this party as an outdoor event. If not, decorate with flower arrangements and nice china.

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