Thursday, January 23, 2014

Wild For You Valentine's Party

This party was a lot of fun to style! When I found the cutest Zebra Party Supplies from Oriental Trading, I knew I wanted to style a Wild For You Valentine's party! 
Their Zebra Party Supplies match perfectly with their Wild For You Valentine's Supplies.
To make the backdrop, I covered 2 foam boards with a black cloth and added the Zebra Paper fans using safety pins. I also hot glued the Glittered Hearts to the fans  to add a pop of color contrasting with the black cloth.
Yummy and easy ideas for sweets to serve are mini donuts, heart cookies, cupcakes, popcorn, Chocolate Covered Heart Pretzels and Little Debbie Zebra cakes.
To make the cupcake toppers, I glued the Zebra Confetti and Heart Glitter Shapes together on a toothpick.
To keep with the wild theme, I served the popcorn in this cute Valentines Popcorn Box and sweet favors like Chocolate Lips, Heart Shape Pops and Zebra Print Buttermints were tucked inside Mini Treat Boxes.
I used the Zebra party supplies that included plates, napkins and cups and Heart Chalkboard Stickers as place cards on our table setting.  
To add a Valentines feel to the table, I added the Wild About You Paddleball Games , Wild For You Favor Bags and a mix of Heart Confetti and  Zebra Confetti
Another cute favor that goes with the Wild For You theme are the Heart Pendants Necklaces. So cute!
I am a true believer that having a Craft Station at a party is a must! Guests can make adorable bracelets using Heart Beads and Animal Print beads.
And don't forget to add some Heart Balloons to your Wild For You Party!! :)
Hope these ideas help you plan a sweet and wild Valentine's Party!

Photography and styling Crissy's Crafts
Valentines and Zebra Party Supplies from Oriental Trading

This is a sponsored post for ORIENTAL TRADING. All opinion are 100% my own. Others may have a different opinion or experience with the product. Crissy's Crafts may have received payment, trade and/or products in exchange for promoting.

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