POPSUGAR Celebrity

A Sweet Valentine's Day Cookie-Decorating Party

Jan 25 2015 - 8:14am

What's a Valentine's Day celebration without sweets? When Jenny from Jenny Cookies [1] decided to host a cookie decorating party [2] for the holiday, she went all out — down to the last pink detail. The baker loves vintage valentines, so she incorporated the classic notes to throw an old-school yet fun event for her friends and their children. The guests enjoyed heart-shaped pizza, swirl lollipops, and, of course, plenty of sprinkles.

Source: Jenny Cookies [3]

The focal point of the party was the sweets table, where cupcakes, cookies, and vintage posters set the theme of the soiree.

Source: Jenny Cookies [4]

Even though the event was about decorating cookies, it wouldn't have been a Valentine's Day party without some red velvet cupcakes. The desserts were finished off with a Cupid cupcake topper and red ribbon.

Source: Jenny Cookies [5]

Candy-heart pops with a red polka-dot stem served as both decor and a sweet treat.

Source: Jenny Cookies [6]

Both boys and girls used their imaginations (with the help of sprinkles and icing) to decorate their cookies.

Source: Jenny Cookies [7]

The party was based on vintage valentines, and the cookies represented the theme perfectly.

Source: Jenny Cookies [8]

The main decorating essential? Sprinkles! Red, white, and heart-shaped ones.

Source: Jenny Cookies [9]

The decorating table was set up with red plates for eating and decorating, cookies waiting to be jazzed up, sprinkles, swirl lollipops, and more fun touches.

Source: Jenny Cookies [10]

Pink, red, and white accents filled every corner of the house — window curtains included.

Source: Jenny Cookies [11]

The red-and-pink table was set up so little guests could enjoy sweets while they worked their magic.

Source: Jenny Cookies [12]

Heart-shaped cookies with arrows were waiting to be decorated.

Source: Jenny Cookies [13]

The Valentine's Day theme appeared in every detail, from the heart-shaped gumball machines to the mini mason jars with heart-shaped straws to red mailboxes stuffed with edible heart envelopes.

Source: Jenny Cookies [14]

The girls wore red aprons to keep from getting messy during the fun cookie decorating.

Source: Jenny Cookies [15]

The sweets station had guests seeing red: candies, cookies, and vintage Valentine's Day posters.

Source: Jenny Cookies [16]

Even the pizza fit in perfectly with the love-filled luncheon.

Source: Jenny Cookies [17]

Guests took home cute, small, red-and-white heart bags as party gifts.

Source: Jenny Cookies [18]

Source URL