Valentine’s Day is an excellent reason to dress in pink, eat chocolate, and have a party at home with your kids! Check out the celebration Theresa’s Reviews had with our new lighting kit and our delicious chocolate covered pretzels.

Our Valentine's Day family celebration was quite an exciting and memorable day for everyone. by Theresa's Reviews

Having a photo shoot with my new light set was a good reason to dress from head to toe in pink.

Valentine’s Day Party

Several things made our Valentine’s Day family celebration special. Check out three things that turned this into a festive event.

Dressing in Pink

One of the first ways we celebrated was dressing in pink. My daughters picked out special hair bows and bracelets. They enjoyed seeing me in my most vibrant pink shirt too!

Our Valentine's Day family celebration was quite an exciting and memorable day for everyone. by Theresa's Reviews

Valentine’s Day is an excellent time to put on all your pink jewelry.

Having A Fun Photo Shoot

We did a fun photo shoot to commemorate the occasion. With a new light kit, some red heart lights, and adorable pink outfits, it was easy to pull off a simple and festive photo shoot. I put on fun music so there could be dancing and happiness. My girls enjoyed turning a plain white wall into a backdrop for their own stage.

Making Something Chocolatey

To make a special chocolate treat, I used parchment paper, white chocolate, some red sprinkles, and pretzel sticks. This festive snack was easy to make. With a double boiler, I melted the two bags of chocolate, and I drizzled it over the pretzels.

Our Valentine's Day family celebration was quite an exciting and memorable day for everyone. by Theresa's Reviews

Having a chocolate party will make everyone happy.

Before the chocolate dried, my daughters added sprinkles. This was the best chocolate party ever. We ended up with plenty of treats left over for several days. These are perfect for adding to school lunches for a special treat and remind everyone to celebrate this special holiday with kindness and love.

Our Valentine's Day family celebration was quite an exciting and memorable day for everyone. by Theresa's Reviews

This simple chocolate pretzel dessert was simple to make. Melt the chocolate, pour it on the pretzels, add sprinkles, and enjoy.

Your Thoughts

Do you do something special with your children for Valentine’s Day? Share your ideas in the comments!

For more Valentine’s Day articles, check out 5 DIY Valentine’s Day Crafts Children Will Love, and Valentine’s Day Gifts for Kids.

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Theresa has been writing since 2010 in magazines and online. Her lifestyle and parenting expertise has been featured in publications, including ShopSmart and Scholastic. She earned an M.Ed in Elementary Education from Vanderbilt as well as a BA in History from Flagler College, and she is a certified teacher.

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7 Responses

  1. jiselle

    I lovveee this! I love the fact that you are creating memories, sometimes we spend so much time being busy that all our children remember are their parents being busy! congrats to you and your husband for creating family time that will always be remembered!

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  2. Kate

    We’ve been looking for great ways to celebrate, and we looove Valentine’s day. Great list!

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  3. Teri

    You have beautiful girls! I have one 10 year old and wish I hadn’t found this post sooner! He would have loved the make something chocolatey idea!

    Reply

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