Valentine’s Day decorations inspired by Movies

Movies work as a great influence on daily life. Therefore, it is not possible to stay away from the manipulation of movies on the Valentine’s Day. The style of the silver screen is often adapted in real life for Valentine’s Day decorations.

School Style

In school, the story behind Valentine’s Day can be shared by the school teachers. Lovely heart shapes can be created with the assistance from colorful construction paper. Special gifts and bouquets can be given to friends and teacher to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

Party for Singles

In the movie Valentine’s Day, party has been arranged for the singles who like to hate the concept. However, Valentine’s Day decorations have been done with vibrant colors. Wall tapestry of oversized nature can be a part of the decorations as well.

Proposal Day

In the morning, the bedroom can be decorated with flower petals. Through the rose petal, the loved ones can be directed towards the ring. It is possible to ask the beloved for marriage on the occasion. Similar idea can be used for gifts.

Movie night

Romantic movie night can be organized for loved ones. At one side of the room, home theatre can be placed. From the other comfortable pillows and cushion along soft bed on the floor.

 

Easy DIY Decoration Ideas for Valentine’s Day

There are so many ways to personalize Valentine’s Day and make it special for your loved one. For those who are good with crafts and able to make things, there are a lot of things to do.  Decorate your table, make centerpieces, and decorate your bedroom with Valentine’s day decorations and even the fireplace mantel.

Bunting: This is so easy to do – buy some heart shaped paper doilies and thread red string through them and hang it up on the mantel.  These can be made as long or short as necessary.  Paper doilies are available in many colors – you can write personalized messages on them if you like.

Flower arrangements: Get colored glass jars or vases and fill them with red or pink flowers – you can buy roses, carnations or even tulips in red or pink. Cut the stems short enough to fit snugly in the mason jars.  These flower arrangements can be placed around the house – in a bedroom, bathroom and even the entry way to make the house look festive.

Heart Valentine trees: Take pink and red felt and stamp them out in heart shapes.  Glue them lightly to Styrofoam cones and place them on the dining table or anywhere you want to make an arrangement.