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Valentine's Brunch

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Happy Valentine's Day! What a fun holiday to celebrate the ones you love. I made a fun little brunch for my galentines this year and wanted to share all the pretty and fun pink details!!

For the colors, I chose the classic pink palette. I wanted to incorporate many different shades of pink with pops of red, gold, and white. The classic colors always get me. The place settings were super girly with the gold charger, pink and white scalloped dinner plates, and the cute little gold silverware. I wanted to make the napkins fun this time around, so I went with little glitter red hearts that are actually chalkboard. You can write your guests name on them or even a sweet saying. Another fun way to theme up a table. I loved adding the touches of classic Valentine's  Day candies: conversation hearts, lips, and heart gummies! The candies made a nice decoration and added a nibble to the table for the ladies. When I was shopping for this party, I found these crazy straws in the shape of hearts. What a cute thing to add to any brunch with your girls!? You can recreate this sweet pink brunch with in your own home easy! All you need is a whole lot of pink things and a whole lot of love.

One important piece to the party is the invitations of course! My favorite place to send fashionable and easy invites is Paperless Post. They have so many beautiful options to pick from that will really impress your guests! Plus, it's extremely cost effective and easy to keep up with the guest list. Any convenience a hostess can get is a good one!

Don't forget the most important part...the favor! For this party, I snagged $1 bags from Target and filled it with a box of conversation hearts and these sweet fortunes I found at Anthropologie. Super easy, but extremely memorable for your guests.

The bar is always the most fun area to play around with. I continued the pink theme over here and made the bar as girly as possible. I used a gorgeous pink acrylic tray (that I scored for $5 at Homegoods!) and had pre poured glasses of rose with a Valentine's theme swizzle stick. I added the mini cake stand and the macrons for pretty and practical reasons. Paper fans and chalk art round out the bar to make it a really fun area of the party. Grab some pretty pink treats and a bottle of prosecco and throw your self a party!

Hope everyone has a wonderful day and make sure to tell someone you love them today!

PS...Love all of y'all!

This post is"in collaboration with Anagram Interactive". All opinions and ideas are my own. 

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  1. So perfectly pink!!
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