What good is a Valentine's Day party if it doesn't express something that is related to this day of love? It's practically of no use bearing all the pain of planning and organizing a party which could also have been organized on any other day and people wouldn't notice the difference with the one on Valentine's Day. It's a day, even the name of which expresses the feelings of devoted and sacrificial love and a fiery passion, the flames of which refuse to die. So why have a bland Valentine's Day party when you can easily manage one with a taste of love. You just have to dive a little deeper into the concept of Valentine's Day to come up with spectacular ideas that will fill up the party and will have the guests have the time of their lives. However, if your ship of thoughts got lost in the Bermuda's Triangle, worry not, for we have some ideas for Valentine's Day party themes that will help you sail your ship out of the no man's land. Read on!
Themes for Valentine's Day Party
This theme works in two ways - either have the guests dressed up like in the era of Saint Valentine or have them dressed up the like smitten historical figures like Romeo & Juliet, Antony & Cleopatra, Shah Jahan & Mumtaz, and the likes from literature and television or movies.
Candle Lit & Roses Theme
Decorate the venue with candles that will last as long as the party would, dim the lights, decorate the walls and every corner with roses - red, white, yellow, purple or any color you can find. Also, greet each guest who comes to the party with exquisite food and drinks; music being mandatory of course.
Hearts & Cupid Theme
Apart from roses and chocolates, it's the hearts (balloons and stuffed) and cupids that see record sales over the Valentine's week. Have the venue decorated with as many hearts as possible and ask the guests to arrive, dressed up as cute and cuddly cupids with love bow and arrows. Cupids can also be kept as centerpieces for decorative purposes.
Chocolate Tasting Party
Roses, hearts, and cupids had their turn; it's time for chocolate to jump in and sweeten up the Valentine's party. There's no better way to celebrate as passionate a holiday as Valentine's Day. Set up chocolate tasting tables with different types of chocolates such as milk, semisweet, bittersweet and unsweetened; taste them all and rate them on the basis of their appearance, aroma, texture and flavors.
Red Hot Theme
Red is the color of love and passion, and what better day to put this color on display than on the most lovable and passionate day of Valentine's Day. Red lights, red balloons, red glow lamps, red tableware, little fireplaces scattered all over the party area (if the season permits), red heart shaped beads, and anything else you can think of. It'll be a sight to behold.
Explore this page on Valentine's Day party themes and let your lost thoughts find a way out of the smoke. Some great ideas are to be found here!