Valentine’s Day will be here before we know it!
The Huzz and I have never been huge Valentine’s Day people. It’s nice- don’t get me wrong. But I’ve never been a flowers and chocolates kind of gal. Now, a professional massage… that would be wonderful… HINT, HINT, HUZZ!
Add food allergies to the mix, and we now kind of, sort of celebrate Valentine’s Day.
I want to make Valentine’s Day special for SG.
Last year I pinned lots of links to food allergy friendly Valentine ideas. I thought I’d share what I found.
Some of these are non-food ideas. Some have safe foods and some need a little tweaking. But they are all great ideas!
5. Valentine’s Basket of God’s Love: Some of these will need adapting- like using an Enjoy Life candy bar.
7. Heart Clothespins & Melted Crayons: I think it’d be super cute to add a magnet to the back of the clothespins.
Valentine’s Party Ideas:
If you’re having a Valentine’s Day party, click here for my favorite Wacky Cake recipe. I tell how to make it chocolate or vanilla. Add some safe red, pink, and/or white frosting, and you’ll have fun, festive and SAFE cupcakes (or make it into a cake.) We always serve safe juice boxes at our gatherings.
For a craft table: Crayons, markers, themed stickers, construction paper, white paper, pipe cleaners and some red, white & pink beads. If you’re really brave- kid scissors & glue. 🙂 Let the kids make what they make. 🙂 Or have them work on a Valentine’s Day idea listed above.
A few years ago, we had a Valentine’s Day party. At the dollar store, I bought a pack of heart paper doilies and taped them close together on a wall. This was our photo wall. We took photos of our guests there. It cost a $1!!
I’m more of a simple party person, ya know? Less is more.
I hope these ideas help!