It’s the season of love. As if we needed another reason to host a party, Valentine’s Day is the perfect holiday to celebrate love. Not just romantic love, the love of your friends. Gather all the single ladies, or the busy moms that need a break, and host a Galentine’s Day Party. We put together a list of the best Galentine’s Day recipes to serve at your DinDin Party event and now here is a simple DIY Galentine’s Day Centerpiece for your table.
DIY Galentine’s Day Centerpiece
First, gather your supplies. You may have most of these items in your craft drawer or around the house.
- Mason Jar
- Tealight Candle
- Vase Filler
- Faux or Fresh Flowers
- Spray Paint
- Heart Sticker
I used my Silhouette to cut a heart out of sticky vinyl, but any heart sticker will work. You could even use tape to create a heart shape on your jar. Measure the width you want your heart opening to be in your vase before painting.
Spray paint your jar the color of your Galentine’s Day party decor. We went with silver. Another great color choice would be rose gold. Let the paint fully dry before peeling off your heart-shaped sticker.
Now that your Galentine’s Day Centerpiece is dry, peel off the heart so you have an opening for your tea light candle to shine through. Add some vase filler to help lift your candle up to shine through or place a larger candle inside your mason jar.
Add a few faux flowers to your table to give an extra sweet touch. This Galentine’s Day centerpiece is small and simple. It’s perfect for any size table.
Remove the candle and add some flowers to your jar. You can use fresh flowers or silk. Get extra creative by adding food coloring to your water to make the heart opening pink for Valentine’s Day.
Keep your Galentine’s Day party decor sweet and simple. The ladies will enjoy spending time together over yummy desserts and making new friends through their new DinDin Party connections.
DinDin Party was founded in October 2017 on the idea that life’s better when we DinDin Party together. Our Mission is to bring people in surrounding communities together for dinner parties hosted by people who love to cook and entertain. To learn more about becoming a DinDin Party Host or Guest visit our website.
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