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….

LOVE IS IN THE AIR. HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY.

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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.

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  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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