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I know, I know, today is Valentine’s Day (Happy Love Day, friends!), but don’t most people typically celebrate mid-week holidays on the weekend? I do, at least. Weekend Valentine’s Day celebrators, here’s a sweet idea for you. Katie Meyers of Meyers Styles decided to spread the love this year with a bubbly V-Day brunch for more than two. Check out her fun, festive and simple entertaining ideas.

Valentine's Day Brunch Ideas for HGTV Design Happens Blog

Valentine's Day Brunch Ideas From HGTV Design Happens Blog

Valentine's Day Brunch Ideas From HGTV Design Happens Blog

Katie says:

Use simple but unique touches at each place setting. I like the rustic vibe these mini clothespins give each menu when clipped to linen napkins. Allow guests to feel extra special by adding a sweet touch to each name tag. These Valentine’s Day-themed cupcake stickers are the perfect fit for a brunch that is based around a classic holiday color scheme of red, pink, purple and white.

Valentine's Day Brunch Ideas From HGTV Design Happens Blog

Let Cupid kick off the party by setting up a self-serve bar. Allow guests to be their own mixologist, and display items to make mimosas, bellinis, or enjoy a signature cocktail like Cupid’s Arrow.

Cupid’s Arrow Cocktail


pomegranate juice
champagne or prosecco
1 lime, sliced
pomegranate seeds


Fill each glass 1/4 of the way with pomegranate juice.
Top off the glass by pouring in champagne or prosecco.
Insert toothpick into a slightly bent lime slice, and rest on top of the glass.
Top lime slice with pomegranate seeds.

Valentine's Day Brunch Ideas From HGTV Design Happens Blog

Let yourself get creative by serving classic foods with a heart-shaped twist. These mini BLTs will be the hit of the party! Simply slice your bread using a heart-shaped cookie cutter before toasting each slice, then add bacon, tomato and lettuce.

Valentine's Day Brunch Ideas From HGTV Design Happens Blog

Set up a Valentine’s Day coffee and dessert station for guests. Feature an eclectic mix of iconic items, such as candy hearts, novelty items and treats from a local bakery. Or, for those of you who don’t have room left after the meal, try adding a splash of cinnamon to your coffee for a touch of sweetness.

Valentine's Day Brunch Ideas From HGTV Design Happens Blog

Send guests home with favors, like heart-shaped Valentine’s Day cookies or goodie bags filled with mini chocolates, as a reminder of the love-filled event.

Styled by: Katie Meyers of Meyers Styles
Photography by: Wood Barn Photography
Food by: Ashton Keefe

Today’s the day! Get Valentine’s Day recipes, crafts and decorating ideas right here at HGTV.com.

22 Responses

  1. Jill says:

    Love all the ideas!

  2. Shannon C. says:

    Love those mustache cookies! Haha! Cute!

  3. April says:

    Great ideas.

  4. phil says:

    signature drink looks good

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  6. Valeria says:

    I love the heart shaped sandwiches and mustache cookies. So awesome!

  7. Katie Meyers says:

    Thanks! The heart-shaped sandwiches took us less than 15 minutes to make which was the best part of all! You all should give them a try. And Shannon, I picked up those mustache cookies at Butter + Love Bakery in Brooklyn – enjoy! Happy V-Day everyone.
    Katie Meyers / http://meyersstyles.com

  8. Dave says:

    love love love.

Kayla KittsKayla is a special projects editor at HGTV.com and a co-editor-in-chief for Design Happens. Kayla is an overbearing cat mom with a love for vintage-modern furniture, artisan cocktails, organizing all...


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