I’m excited to share the details of this Wine Tasting Valentine’s Day Party: Girls Night Out (GNO) with you today!
Wine Tastings continue to be a hot trend. A wine tasting is a fun way to get together with friends, and Valentine’s Day is no exception! I gathered a few of my blogger and interior designer friends, some from One Room Challenge, for a girl’s night out!
I love walking into someone’s home and being greeted with beautiful flowers! Tulips are a great alternative to roses and adding some hyacinth finishes the look and while also adding the sweet flower aroma.
Make things interesting by serving the first tasting or cocktail in one room and then moving to the next. We started with Chardon Rose Sparkling Wine from our wine tasting menu, that was displayed on my coral campaign piece I redid in my Glam Office!
The color of the sparkling wine is pink, which is festive for Valentine’s Day, a bridal shower, or girl’s night out. It pairs well with strawberries, and I chose to make chocolate covered heart shaped strawberries.
An easy winter wine that pleases most pallets is Pinot Noir. Compare a California Pinot Noir to a Oregon. I choose Meiomi Pinot Noir, California, and Earth Pinot Noir Oregon.
Choose a few food pairings around your wine tasting menu to compliment the taste of the wine.
Guests enjoyed heart shaped smoked salmon bites, bacon wrapped dates stuffed with walnuts, and a cheese platter.
Make it festive with food labels. I choose these chalkboard picks from Crate & Barrel, which complimented the slate cheese plate. I had to get this sign from Michael’s since it’s an endearing saying in our family!
I mixed and matched old party décor to pull off this finished looked with a few new items. This white cake stand from Crate & Barrel is one of my favorite pieces for parties and home décor because it adds height! The gold candles were a steal from HomeGoods and add some glam.
A few simple floral arrangements and paper and felt decorations pull the Valentine’s Day party look together. Flower arrangements don’t have to be big and expensive, I got my assortment from Trader Joe’s to make my arrangements. To add dimension and interest cut the flowers to make them different sizes.
This group of girls is power house of talent and loves a good DIY! I made these delicious heart shaped shortbread cookies, get the recipe here, and displayed them in seamless wine glasses for the guest to decorate in style and take home.
Hope you enjoyed seeing this Wine Tasting Valentine’s Day Party: Girls Night Out as much as I enjoyed planning it! For more Valentine’s Day inspiration check out our round up, Easy Heart Shaped Smoked Salmon Appetizer, and Valentine’s Day Party Sneak Peek. Planning a party? Then you’ll want check out post of 8 Party Planning Tips and Tricks from the Pros.
Event Design and Styling – Sarah Sofia Productions
Photography – Sarah Sofia Productions
Floral Arrangements – Sarah Sofia Productions
Food – Sarah Sofia Productions
I love you this much sign – Michaels
Wine glasses, white cake platter, slate cheese platter, chalk board food labels and white dot serving platter – Crate & Barrel
Pink and gold garland, flower decals, and pink tin pail – Target
Red and pink paper heart garland – Crate & Barrel
White Lanterns – Ikea
Gold tray – HomeGoods & Sarah Sofia Productions
Gold votive candle holders – HomeGoods