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Sweet “Call Me Maybe” Kids Valentine’s Party

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call me maybe kids valentine's party

I just can’t stop squealing with delight from this amazing eye candy by Mariah of Giggles Galore and Rebekah of A Blissful Nest! Together, they designed this Sweet “Call Me Maybe” Kids Valentine’s Party with an adorable gold vintage telephone, pastel pinks + bright teals and more details to make your heart swell!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Gold painted telephone and matching cupcake toppers!
  • Blush pink “Hello” Cake pops, ombre pink macarons & sweet strawberry milk with a gold “phone” garnish
  • Ruffle tutus and flower headband outfits + a game of telephone!
  • Whimsical giant balloons + gold tassel streamers

valentine dessert table in pink and teal

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call me maybe kids valentine's party

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pink and teal swirl lollipops for a valentine's day dessert table

call me maybe kids valentine's party

pink ombre macarons

call me maybe kids valentine's party

strawberry milk for valentine's day

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call me maybe kids valentine's party

PARTY DETAILS, as told by Mariah & Rebekah

Hello!  Mariah from Giggles Galore and Rebekah from A Blissful Nest teamed up to create this beautiful, fun and original Call Me Maybe Valentine’s party.

The idea for this fun party came after hearing the popular song Call Me Maybe on the radio and soon after the plans for a pretty Valentine’s party were in the works.  Rebekah from A Blissful Nest designed the printables featuring a gold vintage rotary phone and a pink and teal ombre design.  This creative duo wanted to plan a party full of crafty DIY projects and pulled together their resources to style a simple and fun Valentine’s party for the kids.

The dessert table featured store bought cupcakes dressed up with telephone fondant toppers from Edible Details, macaroons from a local bakery, cake pops from Goods by kCreative, candy and strawberry milk.  Giant balloons were dressed up with gold streamers, tassels and glittery hearts and placed on each side of the dessert table for a whimsical touch.  The gorgeous and very tasty heart shaped cake pops sat on a small table with a vintage phone that was spray painted gold.

The kids had a blast playing with DIY tin can phones made by Giggles Galore and enjoyed taking turns whispering messages to each other in the popular “telephone game.”  Even the decorations were entertaining and it was fun to watch as the kids played with the vintage rotary phones and took turns “calling” each other.

After a fun afternoon of playing, sweets and lots of giggles everyone went home with a pretty party favor, gold topped gumball tubes.

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  1. Wendy February 4, 2013 at 10:57 am

    This party is so colorful and pretty, and the “Call Me Maybe” idea is so much fun!

  2. Rebekah {A Blissful Nest} February 4, 2013 at 12:47 pm

    Yay!! Thanks so much for sharing our party! The kids had such a blast and so did we.

    • alyssa February 4, 2013 at 4:17 pm

      This party was awesome! Truly inspiring- keep up the eye candy ;)

  3. Mariah Leeson @Giggles Galore February 4, 2013 at 1:16 pm

    It was so much fun planning this party with Rebekah and even more fun watching the kids enjoy themselves! Thanks for sharing!

    • alyssa February 4, 2013 at 4:17 pm

      Awesome job Mariah! This party was absolutely to die for :)

  4. Jen February 4, 2013 at 2:40 pm

    Where do you find the pink stripe straws?

  5. Katrina February 4, 2013 at 5:24 pm

    What a unique party idea :)
    <3 the color combo, something I would have never thought to try.

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