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A Break from the Usual Valentine’s Day Decor
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and decorating the home for the occasion is something we all look forward to. Putting up the usual hearts, red roses, and cupids is all well and good, but it can get boring and run-of-the-mill if done every year. When you’re tired of the usual heart-y decorations, create a whimsical yet romantic display for your home with these alternative Valentine’s Day decorating ideas!Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and decorating the home for the occasion is something we all look forward to. Putting up the usual hearts, red roses, and cupids is all well and good, but it can get boring and run-of-the-mill if done every year. When you’re tired of the usual heart-y decorations, create a whimsical yet romantic display for your home with these alternative Valentine’s Day decorating ideas!
Your V-day décor does not have to be all hearts and roses. An easy Valentine’s Day idea is to make use of a holiday wreath. If you have a burlap wreath from the previous Christmas, take it out of storage and put it up on your door or window. Then, pair it with a bunch of branches tied together to form an X. Display your branches above your wreath to complete the XOXO look!
Books and Flowers
Books can be romantic, too, especially when accompanied by flowers. A simple bouquet of flowers paired with your favorite books can create a lovely Valentine’s display in no time at all. Arrange a few of your most favorite books in a standing position along your mantel, then add a vase of flowers from your garden or local store. You can also add a couple of candles to complete this sweet Valentine’s Day mantel display!
Another idea for flowers is to use blooms that aren’t roses. While roses are the ultimate flowers for romance, that doesn’t mean that your choices are limited. If you’re looking for a different type of flower to decorate the house with, try hydrangeas. They’re beautiful and they come in various colors such as white, pink, blue, and lavender. Hydrangeas look perfect when placed all around the house. So put up vases of these blooms in your kitchen, bedroom, entryway, and living room!
Valentine’s Day Mailboxes
If you’re the type who gives out letters and cards to your loved ones during this special day, then this Valentine’s Day idea is for you. Make February 14 completely special for your kids and loved ones with cute mailboxes. Buy or paint them in red, pink, or lavender, or paste cute cut-outs on them. Label the mailboxes and place them along your entryway so that family members can immediately see them. Afterwards, place your Valentine letter or card inside its respective mailbox for your loved ones to find—a simple and whimsical addition to your V-day décor!
A Valentine tree is a great way to bond with your children and have a wonderful display for your home. Invite your children to make paper hearts from cardboard or newspapers, and put strings on them. Afterwards, gather a few dry branches from your backyard, and put them in a vase or Mason jar to resemble a tree. Help your kids hang up their paper hearts on the tree as you would a Christmas tree. You can also ask your children to write simple messages on the paper hearts for every member of your family for a more personalized look!
With the availability of red, white, and pink artificial Christmas trees nowadays, you could also repurpose your whimsical Christmas tree to take center stage for Valentine’s Day. You can hang the paper hearts on the branches, or wrap a red garland or ribbon around the tree.
Deck your home with these fun alternative Valentine’s Day decorating ideas! Which do you think makes a great hearts’ day display?
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