Host a Virtual Valentine’s Day Party
Here we are nearing Valentine’s Day. By now we’ve all gone through a few holidays and special moments during the pandemic. We know the drill... it’s not going to be the same. But we also know we are strong and resilient. We are adaptable and creative. Not only will we find a way to celebrate this event as well, these occasions are all the more important now to take stock of all that we have and treasure our loved ones.
Here’s a few ideas to have a virtual party with your friends or for your kids to have with their friends.
Pamper at Home Party
Each of you pick a spa themed item that you love and send to the others in your virtual party as a mini Valentine’s Gift. It could be your favourite face mask, or nail polish, a bottle of your favourite wine or bubbly. Set your virtual meeting time and ask everyone to wear your comfiest lounge wear or robe. While you have to do your own nails (sorry), you will get to discover and enjoy some new products and each other’s company.
Kids can have their own Pajama party. Be sure to add some yummy snacks and treats to go along. Try our Magic Box from Nailmatic (pictured below) or one of the cute nail polish from Piggy Paint. Both are gentle, safe and water based.
You Make My Heart Pop Movie Party
Movie Nights can be super fun even if you're enjoying virtually. You can meet up virtually before the movie and enjoy pre-movie snacks. You could have fun with a theme such as you make my heart pop and serve popcorn and treats. You could also chose a theme based on the movie you're watching. There are lots of great movie recommendations here and here.
Paint Your Own Craft Party
If you're looking for a new twist to the same old Zoom calls, try adding a fun activity especially for the kiddos by hosting a Paint Your Own Craft Party. In addition to the decor and snacks, set up each kid with their own ceramic treats and crafts. Play your kids favourite music and you've got yourself a party complete with a keepsake for that.time.when.we're.quarantined.
What are some of your favourite Valentine's Day traditions? We'd love to learn more.