A Celebration Of Hearts

I went to the most fabulous party on Saturday.  My friend Missy created the most magical atmosphere.  The invitation set the mood———–it was beautiful!


Every detail was totally and beautifully carried out.  The kids were greeted with this amazing table. Hearts hung from the ceiling dancing over their heads.  Plates were sat on handmade heart place-mats.


Each child received this handmade (by her) cone filled with treats and trinkets.


The children played fun games like eating sugar cookies off of a string and a conversation heart relay.  They shot darts at hand-painted heart targets while the moms crafted homemade valentines.

The moms sat down to this dramtic and stunning table. 


 We each recieved a hanging heart box (made by her) filled with a giant chocolate bar re-wrapped in a Love wrapper.


We dined on delectable goodies like creamy potato soup, chicken salad served over fresh greens and fluffy heart shaped blueberry muffins.  Trays of the yummiest sugar cookies could be found everywhere.


We finished  with a delicious double layer pot de creme served with whipped cream and a strawberry sliced to look like a heart.


It is truly a dreamy party every year.  Love is in the details and I  leave this party feeling loved!


9 Responses to “A Celebration Of Hearts”

  1. kirsten Says:

    oh, my goodness! what prettiness! that sounds like a great valentine’s party – for the kids and adults!

    (and are there any cookies left over?)

  2. Mark S. Rau Says:

    You have done such a wonderful job capturing the essence of the party. Melissa just loved it.

    Thanks so much

  3. Jenny Says:

    I want to be Missy’s friend too! This looks like the best party ever! She is amazing! I love the invites and the beautiful heart boxes — well, actually everything about it! Fabulous!

  4. beth Says:

    Wow what a fabulous party – all the amazing details! She really went all out – think of the labor of love that was to put all that together! Lucky you!!

  5. Wendy Says:

    Beautiful! I love the heart boxes on the table!!

  6. Julie (aka kirchberg) Says:

    Missy should move to Arkansas where I promise to attend all of her parties. Wow. I can’t wait to see what’s next. Let her know that I think she rocks.

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