Small party, big impact. This Valentine’s Day party inspiration brings out great love in the form of huge amounts of pink! Try to pick a favorite detail. Then scroll down for a simple pink Valentine’s Day cocktail recipe that is great for a small crowd or group of people – give yourself a treat.
Let’s hear from the girls behind the design, Beijos Events: If you love PINK this is for you! We were inspired by one of our favorite 80s movies, Pretty in Pink, which is the perfect inspiration for Valentine’s Day! So grab your girls and get ready for the ultimate movie night of the 80s. Complete with the most beautiful flowers, great balloons, the cutest details and pink Valentine’s Day cocktails!
You are invited! Let’s join the party with photos of Jessica Lynn Photo:
These pretty pink-inspired goodies from David and Leanna are the cutest!
Pretty in bubblegum pink pops
What is Galentines without a balloon installation?
Valentine’s day flowers for the table
And of course there must be flowers. Cobra Lily created the cutest flower confectionery for the party!
Pink Valentine’s Day cocktails with edible flowers
Let’s go to the bar now! (And let’s also take a moment to appreciate those pink dried palm fans !!)
When serving cocktails in a coupe glass, all you have to do is stack them!
Flowers and pink cocktails … that’s a dream combination. (Keep scrolling for the recipe!)
The team at Beijos Events are no stranger to styling pretty parties – check out this party inspiration from Galentine in blush and rose gold!
Lazing around, upgraded
Don’t bother dying over these pink velvet chairs from Sweet Salvage Rentals!
Candy for candy
Did you think there would be no sugar? Oh, there’s sugar in there. Sugar Crush Sweets baked the cutest pink desserts followed by a stunner of a mini cake!
Just perfection, right ?! We say put on your best pink dress, pour yourself a Valentine’s Day cocktail, and start a wake-up party for John Hughes to speak to your heart. Because just so you know you look so pretty in pink;)
Pink Valentine’s Day Cocktail – “Try A Little Tenderness”
A pretty pink Valentine’s Day cocktail includes some simple ingredients and optional edible flowers.
Preparation time: 5 protocol
Cooking time: 2 protocol
Keyword: Cocktails, edible flowers, lemon, pink
Servings: 1 person
Add vodka, lemonade and Drillaud crème de framboise in a shaker with ice.
Shake vigorously for 10 seconds.
Strain the contents into a coupé glass.
Top with 2 ounces of Topo Chico.
Garnish with edible flowers
Photography: Jessica Lynn Photo // Event design: Beijos Events // Planning: Beijos Events // Flowers: Cobra Lily // Paper goods: David and Leanna // Handmade details: David and Leanna // Cake: Sugar Crush Sweets // Desserts: Sugar Crush Sweets // Table rental: Signature Party Rentals // Furniture rental: Sweet Salvage Rentals // Linen rental: Party Crush Studio // Special rental: Hostess Haven