Valentine’s is just around the corner, and every year we have a special family dinner on the big day. My husband and I celebrate a little later after the kids go to bed, but for dinner we decorate the house and have Valentine’s themed food and drinks. Just like our annual Christmas and Halloween family movie nights, I’m sharing the printables that we’re using our Valentine’s family dinner with you for free!
Supplies for your Valentine’s family dinner:
- white cardstock & printer
- entree, appetizer, dessert- We are having salad, spaghetti & meatballs (a la Lady & the Tramp), and Valentine’s heart cookies.
- water bottles (or other canned or bottled drinks)
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Valentine’s Dinner Invitations
I’ve created some adorable Valentine’s dinner invitations that match some of the decorations that I have around the house and a pack of Valentine’s cardstock that I’ve had forever! It was created as a 4×6, but you can print it as any size. If you’d like the smaller size, choose 4×6 in your printer’s settings.
My logo will not print on the downloaded copy of the invitation just like the rest of these printables.
The menu was created as a 4×7. If you’d like that size, make sure your printer doesn’t blow up the image to fit an 8.5×11 piece of paper.
Straw Pennants, Cupcake Toppers, & Water Bottle Labels
These cute little accessories are the perfect additions to add a little more love to your family Valentine’s dinner!
The straw pennants should be cut out and wrapped around the top of a straw so that the pennant edges line up. You can use a little double-sided tape to keep the sides together. Not too high or you won’t be able to drink from them!
Wrap the bottle wrappers around the bottles and tape them in place.
This page has a few more water bottles and some cupcake toppers. You can use one on a toothpick for one-sided viewing, or tape two back-to-back for double-sided viewing.
I hope you have a fantastic Valentine’s dinner with your family this year!
Hopefully it becomes a family tradition that we can all celebrate together year after year. I will be either updating this post with some Valentine’s minute to win it games or creating a whole new post, so be sure to follow me so you can add even more fun to your Valentine’s Day. We will have our family night early so my husband’s daughter can join us, so I’ll definitely update to show you how we use our printables!
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