Valentine’s Kissing Booth {Party}

Valentine’s Day is just a few days away and I am excited to share this vintage Kissing Booth party.  I teamed up with my fabulous partner in crime Elayne from Elayne Dunn Photography to showcase a little Valentine’s love.

We reused the Hot Cocoa stand from our Warm & Toasty Hot Cocoa party and turned it into a kissing booth for a little Valentine’s Day love. Colleen with Sweet Sosbee Designs whipped up some of the sweetest vintage printables and I made a few projects to bring it all together.  So pucker up and enjoy!

I purchased store bought items and transformed them into sweet and pretty goodies.  I used jelly jars and stacked mini powdered donuts inside.  I wrapped ribbon around the lid and tied them with twine.  I printed out the party toppers from Piggy Bank Parties Vintage Valentine collection and added them to the tops of the jars.  I also used the party toppers and tied them around the glass soda bottles with a straw and flag topper.  Store bought cupcakes and Little Debbie heart cakes were displayed on my Pier 1 cake stands.  I loved the vintage kissing booth cupcake toppers from Sweet Sosbee Designs, aren’t they sweet?!

The decorations were simple and most of it I already had.  I made paper fans to hang from the trees and embellished them with dollies and the vintage printables.  I also made a banner from red heart dollies to hang on the front of the stand.

Sweet kisses, lots of giggles and a few tasty treats made for one fun afternoon!  A huge thank you to Elayne Dunn Photography for all the help and beautiful pictures!

Vendor Credits:
Photography – Elayne Dunn Photography
Vintage Printables – Sweet Sosbee Designs
Vintage Heart Party Toppers – Piggy Bank Parties
Party Styling – Giggles Galore

I’m sharing this party here.

Mariah Leeson is the creative mind behind With a passion for celebrating, Mariah created Giggles Galore to inspire families to celebrate life’s little moments with creative, budget friendly ideas. She loves cooking, reading, crafting, hosting parties and most of all spending time giggling with her family.

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  1. I'm crushing on the donuts in jars! So cute details Mariah, and lovely idea of Kissing Booth!! Lovely 🙂

  2. adorable!!! love love!! great job!

  3. So cute! Love every little detail!

  4. Oh my goodness this is do cute! Love those sundaes!! 🙂

  5. Amazing!

  6. What a sweet little party. I love how you reused a lot of items and also used store bought treats. A party anyone could throw together 🙂

  7. Super cute!

  8. Love it all, especially the vintage feel. Awesome job! 🙂

  9. Beautiful! I love anything vintage and you did a great job, great photographer as well.

  10. It turned out so sweet, Mariah! So excited that you were able to use the Vintage Valentines Lil' Party Tags again!

  11. What an adorable kissing booth!!!

  12. gorgeous – well done.

  13. Super, super cute! I love the photos!

  14. Awwww….This is so very, very cute!! Love it!

  15. Where did you get the booth itself? I’m trying to rent some adorable kissing booths, but coming up with nothing – and yours is just too cute

  16. angela Troxtell says:

    how did you make the Ice cream soda’s looks like the top is made with taffy candies ? what else did you use? so cute!

    • Hi Angela, thanks for the sweet comment! I used a Styrofoam ball and placed it in the ice cream soda glass. Then I glued the taffy to the foam ball. I filled the bottom of the glass with jelly beans.


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