Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and if you’re like me, you like to add a little something sweet to your day! A mom of three kids, I like to make it fun for them and just celebrate our family. Here are a few fun ways to add a little bit of something sweet to your kiddos day and be practical while doing it.. and not break the bank!
Dress the occasion with Feltman Brothers Heirloom Clothing & Isabelle Grace Jewelry. We love these adorable timeless pieces from Feltman Brothers and you will too! Their dainty sweaters, girly dresses, and bonnets galore will make the picture perfect addition to you Valentine’s Day sweethearts wardrobe. You can shop the whole collection and take a peek at what else I’ve had to say about how much we love Feltman Brothers too (we brought little Lakelyn home from the hospital in one of their timeless dresses to hold onto forever!) The jewelry collection by Isabelle Grace is sure to make any little girl smile! My daughter loves to dress up and pairing the two will make any little lady look as sweet as can be. The collection also features some super trendy and gorgeous jewelry for moms too!
Whip up a cute Valentine’s theme breakfast! Every year for Valentine’s Day, it’s a tradition where I make my kiddos a fun Valentine’s theme breakfast like these featured on Pop Sugar Moms!. I like to find cute sippy cups plates, straws – you name it and set the table complete with a fun candy centerpiece or something too!
Ideas : I love these sippy cups from Target (and moms – you can literally order these online for free store pick-up at customer service at your store of choice! My favorite way to shop!) We ADORE these plates by Fruit-Full Kids! These plates incorporate bible verses and a sweet way to award your kids while teaching them about the Christian Faith too.
Decoration : If you want to spice up your table, check out these cute additions! A fun balloon banner to hang over the table, these fun Pom Pom Valentine Monsters by hobby craft I L O V E, or some fun placemats to match your cups & plates! I picked up some cute place mats a few years ago and we reuse them every year!