5 Tips to Hosting Your Own Anti Valentine’s Day Party with Goodtimes
Attention folks! Valentine’s Day is coming up, which means it’s time for the single people to host an Anti-Valentine’s Day party of their own. If you are considering throwing an Anti-Valentine’s Day for you and your single friends, keep reading for 5 tips on how to throw the best party with Goodtimes!
- Create your very own conversation heart inspired wall decoration.
While all the taken people are enjoying their conversation hearts, use them as inspiration for the Anti-Valentine’s Day party décor. You will need a pack of Goodtimes 6” foam plates, a black marker, paint, and scissors. Draw a heart on the foam plate and cut around the shape. Paint the hearts any colour you like, although we recommend sticking to pinks, reds, and blacks to support the Anti-Valentine’s Day theme. Once the paint is dry, write funny sentences such as “Love Stinks” or “Single Forever” and stick them on the wall.
- Serve Valentine’s Day inspired cocktails.
The best way to celebrate your single nature is with a fun cocktail. The Lover Cocktail is delicious and easy to make! Serve your creation in the Goodtimes 16oz party cups, because what party is complete without the classic red cup?
- Make a banner with napkins.
Grab a pack of Goodtimes dinner napkins and some spray paint. Once you are done painting the napkins, leave them to dry. Attach them to some string and voila, you have a DIY Anti-Valentine’s Day banner for your party!
- Bake and serve Anti-Valentine’s Day cupcakes.
Satisfy your guests’ sugar cravings with some themed cupcakes. To add a classier look to your party, serve the cupcakes on a Goodtimes crystalware round serving tray. Your party will definitely be the talk of the town!
- Create Anti-Valentine’s Day stop signs at the party.
If you are throwing a party, a great way to entertain the guests is with a DIY project. Paint the Goodtimes 10” printed plates red and leave for it to dry. Then cut it into the shape of a stop sign and attach the Goodtimes stir sticks to the back. Complete the project by writing “No Couples Allowed” on the front. There you have it, a fun party activity and a cool new decoration too!
Be sure to follow these tips to throw the best Anti-Valentine’s Day party this year. Check out the Goodtimes collection here.