13 things you need for valentines day

Here’s a lifehack: Whenever there’s a big event/holiday coming up, start planning at least a month ahead of time. That way, you have enough time to buy decorations/gifts/ other things you need, make changes, and plan the whole thing without being stressed out.

That’s why, even though Valentine’s day’s a month away, I’ve already done my shopping for the big day, and planned every little detail. I know some people think that Valentine’s day’s just an excuse for stores to make more money off of people, but isn’t that the case with basically every big event/holiday? I mean, has it never occurred to people that Christmas decorations, Christmas cookies, Christmas chocolate, Christmas lights, Santa suits, and god knows what else, is all about spending money? Obviously, it’s also about making beautiful memories and having a lovely time, but I’m sure you could do that without doubling the electricity bill and buying overpriced decorations. Just saying.

I believe that an event is exactly how you choose to see it. If you make it all about money, then it’s gonna be all about money. If you make it all about fun, then it’s gonna be all about fun. To me, Valentine’s Day’s all about doing a little extra to show people that they are appreciated, loved, and wanted. This means gifts, it means yummy food, it means nice messages written on cards… and, it means decorations. Decorations set the mood. So here are 13 things you might wanna click home in time for the big day.


LINKS: Pink balloons here, red balloons here and I love you balloons here.


LINKS: heart balloons here, love letters balloon here and pink paper straws here.


LINKS: VD pillow case here, Cupid pillow case here and love pillow case here.


If you, like me, struggle to keep flowers alive, you might wanna go for artificial ones. Tulips here, and roses here.


LINKS: wooden sign love style 1 here and style 2 here. If you want to make them a bit fancier you can paint them, add rhinestones, glitter, pictures or fabric.

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