With the gang, a Valentine’s Day Brunch is tradition. We enjoyed sweets of all shades of pink and red on Sunday with some deliciously fruity cocktails and treats.

Yes, it is a commercialized and exaggerated holiday, but it’s not too hard to enjoy because it’s all about love! Put on your favorite love song, and enjoy the paper hearts and flowers everyone!

I sort of wish I had a box of Valentine’s cards from the good old American grocery store to pass out to all of my lovies. Those are quite the memories… I always went for the Hello Kitty or Lisa Frank ones. I loved the individually wrapped Wonka candies, and of course the essential decorating of a shoe box with large amounts of glitter and magazine cut-outs with the help of Elmer’s glue for the in-class Valentine exchanges. It was always so hard to cut the delivery hole in the top. And there was inevitably the bigger more extravagant card for that special someone….


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This article is what got my mind churning on V-Day memories.

Tea Time Valentines.

Sweetheart Sundays for that oh so special someone…

Pastel Colours  + Champagne glasses can never be a bad thing.

Valentine Typewriters…. écrivez une lettre d’amour!

I’m not sure how this fits in with Heart Day, but I want to go to the places in these pictures.



  1. February 14, 2012

    What a fabulous party!!!

    • Meg #
      February 15, 2012

      It was the perfect brunch!

  2. February 15, 2012

    I am seriously loving this Valentine’s Day update! So cute and pretty! And those deviled eggs are making me wish I had a few to pop in my mouth right now.

    • Meg #
      February 15, 2012

      Haha! Yup my friend Annie makes the BEST deviled eggs. She’d be flattered that you think they look yummy!

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