Guest Picks: Serve Up a Sweet Valentine's Brunch
— Jami from Imagine Design Blog
Send a charming note to your friends to invite them over for a fun-filled afternoon of tasty treats and good cheer. Everyone loves receiving something in the mail, so take the extra step and send your invites via snail mail. Your pals will be sure to appreciate your thoughtfulness.
Set the tone of your soiree at the front door with this Heart Wreath. Don't go overboard and douse every corner of your home with hearts just because it's Valentine's Day; a few here and there will do the trick.
I'd feel like an absolute princess indulging in a little champagne from these Pink Glitter Flutes. Add even more pink sparkle and shine to your delicious brunch with these fancy flutes.
Now, what do you need when you're not finished with your entire bottle of moscato? A pink elephant bottle stopper; that's what you need. How cute is this little guy? This would be a fun take-home treat for your company as well.
Kate Spade does it again! Add some whimsy to your Valentine brunch with these confetti-splashed pink plates. Your food will look so festive. What I love about this set is that you can easily use it for a bridal shower, a baby shower and a birthday party too.
Get wild in your tablescaping with these hot pink ostrich drabs. Place them in tall glass vases and add some height to your tabletop. They're also available in light pink, so you can add a layering effect with a variety of shades.
Hang this Felt Heart Garland anywhere you want to spread loving cheer. It's perfect to hang around windows and doorways, or simply lay it on your tabletop or counter. It's affordable and adds a lot of bang for your buck.
How sweet and delicate are these? I usually am not the biggest fan of the French vintage rose look, but I love the combination of pale pink and black. These are perfect for serving up those delicious bites.
Is there a food more related to Valentine's Day than fondue? Well, maybe chocolate-covered strawberries, but fondue comes in at a close second. Dice up a variety of fruits, marshmallows and cookies for your guests to dip away in hot bowl of ooey-gooey melted chocolate.
You're going to be busy as a bee buzzing around serving your guests, so be sure to stay spot free with this Valentine's Day Cupcake Apron. If it's just a party with you and your sweetie, clothing underneath is optional! Hot!
Spread love by scattering these sweet little pink hearts on your tabletop and placing them in a glass hurricane. They'll add a touch of glamour and iridescence to your love day decor.
Help your friends keep tidy while devouring that delicious fondue with these XO Cloth Napkins. They'll be plenty of hanky-panky once your guests get ahold of these.
I'm seriously crushing on this sweet seat. Have your guests take a load off on these Ava Tufted Round Ottomans rather than a traditional dining chair. It makes the gathering more intimate and casual.
Stash away your scrumptious sweets in this Cupcake Cookie Jar. I've always had more of a fondness for the cookie jar than what's inside, and I might even consider keeping this one up year-round.
My favorite scents come from Bath and Body Works. I just love this little candle sleeve. It's a perfect accent to your home during the Valentine's Day season. Make it even sweeter with a Sweet Pea–scented candle.
You and your guests can sprawl out on this light pink angora rug after you eat your treats and are tired from all the celebrating. I'm a sucker for damask, and the combination of that pattern paired with light pink is making me swoon.
Express your sentiments on a pencil. Send your friends away with these Love is All You Need Pencils. They come in red and pink and are perfect as a valentine in itself.
Rest your head after a long day of loving entertaining on this Jonathan Adler Heart Needlepoint Pillow. It's just the right amount of heart, and you can totally leave it up year-round.Next: 50 Valentine's Day Decorating Ideas