Valentine’s Day heart shaped ideas get to the heart of the Valentine’s Day dinner, dessert, and design matter.
Have them seeing red on Valentine’s Day.
Red makes a Valentine’s Day color love connection.
I have become a big fan of the roses in a box presentation.
The price tag that comes with a dozen roses in a box- not so much.
Here’s what I’m thinking:
Pick up this bright pink heart-shaped paper gift box by Spritz at Target. Line the bottom of the box and the inner lid with a heart-shaped paper doily.
Pick up a dozen red roses at one of the many flower tents pitched and perfect for your Valentine’s Day flower needs.
Cut plastic wrap to fit the inside of the box. Drop in a fresh flower floral foam round disk or cut a square one to fit. Add water to soak disk.
Cut the rose stems to where the roses rest slightly above the rim of the box. Pack the roses tight and graduate the height of a select few.
At presentation time, loosely weave pink silk ribbon in a zigzag pattern over the top of the bouquet.
A Valentine’s Bit of Trivia-
Considered a founding pioneer in the American Valentine’s industry, Esther Allen Howland first introduced Valentine’s Day cards in the United States in 1849.
Quite taken with an ornate English Valentine she received at nineteen, Esther Allen Howard replicated a styling of the card using intricate paper lace and floral decoration details.
The skeleton keys in the above image give me an idea.
A decorative skeleton key tied with gorgeous silk or vintage floral ribbon becomes a unique you are the key to my heart gift keepsake.
Vintage Floral Ribbon
Haute Couture Satin Ribbon
Valentine’s Day free printable gift tags from Ann at One Sutton Place.
Click the link to Ann’s blog where you can download these darling Valentine’s Day gift tags.
Dining in for Valentine’s Day?
This video by Blossom shows instructions for a super easy rose fold.
Dinner, dessert, and Valentine’s Day heart-shaped ideas.
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Did someone say boozy bouquet?
I call this a DIY Valentine’s Day winner.
Get to the heart of the Valentine’s Day matter by working with a theme.
In this case, Valentine’s Day heart shaped ideas.
Put some sizzle in your Valentine’s Day grill to thrill dinner with a heart-shaped ribeye steak from HEB.
A heart-Shaped lasagna bundt-buon appetito!
Get the recipe from Food Network.
Kiss the calorie counting goodnight and enjoy sourdough heart shaped rolls from Boudin Bakery in San Francisco.
Heart-shaped cheeses from Aldi.
Go fast food gourmet with a heart-shaped tray of Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Minis.
Say it with a heart-shaped pizza Valentine Bundle from Pizza Hut.
Keep the theme going with these metallic heart shaped dinner plates from Party City.
Chocolate is in the Valentine’s Day spotlight, and it doesn’t get any better than dark chocolate pudding.
Valentine’s Day heart shaped ideas are just another way to have fun with your Valentine’s Day presentation plans.
The dazzle is in the details, the delicious is in the recipe, the joy is in the sharing, and the ♥ is in this Happy Valentine’s Day post.