Adorable Valentine’s Day Breakfast Party!

Tons of Inspiration for a Valentine's Breakfast Party! Valentine’s Day is just a couple of weeks away! Today, we’re thrilled to share some inspiration for a Valentine’s Breakfast Party by A to Zebra Celebrations (and it was all done under $100!). Nancy picked up cute items from Dollar Tree and reused items to create this darling party! I especially love the push-up pops and pancakes (yum!). Take a look at all the details and get lots of inspiration for your OWN Valentine’s Parties!

Valentine's Day Push-Up PopsNancy is quite the party queen, and I always love her parties! Here are a few tips about this cute Vday one!

“I went to the Dollar Tree to buy napkins, plates and silverware and I found the cute owl lollipops there….I’m such a lucky girl…HA!!  I bought the candy for the candy skewers there too.  The glittery skewers are from Desserts & Designs.

I had the tree trunk stand from my daughter’s Tinker Bell party last year. You can get one from Postscripts~The Boutique though.  It was my husband’s idea to drill the holes to stick the owl lollipops in there….what a genius he is!!!  Love it!” – Nancy of A to Zebra Celebrations

Valentine's Party Ideas for Breakfast!

Valentine's Breakfast Party - OWL you can eat pancakes - SO CUTE!

Valentine's Breakfast Party IdeasNancy pulled together the CUTEST little treat boxes for this party. “After the girls ate, they all got a cute box from the Dollar Tree with some candy and these cute owl soaps from Pier 1 Imports. I found them on clearance for $2 each.  The boxes were 3 for $1.” – Nancy

Be sure to visit A TO ZEBRA CELEBRATIONS later this week for tutorials on how Nancy made some of the darling ideas you see here!

Photos by Style Image Studios


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    Holy cuteness and fantastic idea! I am definitely loving the owls…I know I’m partial, but my college years were filled with owls and the color cardinal!


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