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As this was a playdate, I wanted to keep it rather low key and I am so excited by how it all turned out regardless of the lack of time and money spent. This is the first “party” I have hosted recently that didn’t require a lot of baking, specialty candies, or special order items! All of the food was from a local grocery (including the fantastic yogurt covered pretzels small and large) except the strawberry filled cookies made by myself, and the lovely and amazing sugar cookies my friend Sasha showed up with as a surprise!

As for decorations, I was able to use the AMAZING pinwheels sent by Twirlie Whirlies, my printable set, the cutest mini tin mailboxes on candlesticks, and green “grass”. I ordered the mailboxes from a cute home school site and now found them at Target in the dollar section!! Talk about making it easy to recreate!

Here are a few photos I wanted to share! I tried taking photos myself, but luckily my photographer friend, Courtney Vickers, hijacked my camera and shot some amazing ones!! Thank you Courtney!

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Party Highlights

  • Dessert

    sugar cookies and candy

  • Activities / Games

    Valentine Bingo

  • What People Ate

    yogurt covered pretzels, chicken salad, broccoli salad, cookies, and candy

  • What People Drank

    raspberry lemonade, water

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Party Helpers

  • Twirlie Whirlies

  • Paper & Pigtails

Comment

3 comments

  • Kristin I

    Kristin I wrote:

    Adorable party!! Where did you get the printable Bingo cards? Thanks, Kristin

  • Kori ~ Paper & Pigtails C

    Kori ~ Paper & Pigtails C wrote:

    Thank you Kristin! I made the printable Bingo Cards to be a part of the Valentine Printable set in my shop! http://www.etsy.com/listing/66273050/love-letters-valentine-printable-and

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    Kendra Y wrote:

    Cute party, where did you find those great mailboxes? I got some from Hobby Lobby but I don't like them.