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This treat table was inspired by the fabulous finds from Target. I started with the Dollar Spot and found a lot of great Valentines Day finds. It was so much fun creating this table all at Target. I searched the store for fun Valentine's finds. It must be the kid in me, but I love little mailboxes. When I found these mailboxes, I knew I needed to use them. I added some labels and stickers to personalize the mailboxes with names. Quick easy and only a little over $1 each. The food was a mix of homemade goodies and ready to go Target Treats. Whoopie pies are one of my favorite treats, so pink heartshaped ones were perfect for this table. The chocolate ganache glazed brownies were really yummy! Marshmallow pops are always a simple and fun way to customize a table to your theme or color palette. I alos loved the gilttery letters that spelled Laugh and Love! Loved these!! And the item that I couldn't put down because they were fun (and my kids LOVE them)...the sweet cups with swirly straws. This was so much fun...I am already thinking about what the next Target table inspiration will be!

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Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    ganache glazed brownies, marshmallow pops, whoopie pies, cupcakes, cookies

  • What People Drank

    Strawberry Milk

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Party Helpers

  • Nicole Reyes Photography

  • Creative Cuisine by Carrie

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3 comments

  • Jillian L

    Jillian L wrote:

    Great idea for a Valentine's table. How much did the whole thing cost you? -- Jillian (Catch My Party)

  • Tara O

    Tara O wrote:

    I created this as a DIY, so I have a shopping list on my blog. It was just shy of $54 and didn't include the cost of homemade goodies - Brownies & Whoopie pies. But those are fairly inexpensive. Carrie posted recipies for those on my blog as well. I hope you give it a try, I'd love to hear how it turns out! http://www.shindigdiva.com/home/2011/01/diy-valentines-day-target-treat-table/

  • Sarah D

    Sarah D wrote:

    Love this! :P

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