Valentine’s Day isn’t just for lovey-dovey romance. We think Cupid would agree. That’s why we’ve collected a list of 20 favor ideas to help spread the love to everyone. Celebrate with sweet treats or non-candy alternatives. You can whip up some of these favors in minutes and you won’t have to break the bank. Whether you’re looking for favors for your child’s classmates or personable gifts for your friends, these ideas have a lot of heart. Get ready to swoon!
You’ll find unique ideas to make anyone’s day special. Go crazy with glitter and all things red and pink. Or, what about the color orange? We promised there’s something for everyone, didn’t we? Many of these favors include adorable printables to help set the mood. Which favor will you heart the most? Read on to find your favorite.
Homemade Trail Mix – Scoop up this homemade trail mix treat in snack-sized bags and add a fun tag. No cooking or baking required!
Four Candy Free Ideas – Want to keep things simple? A bag of bubbles, and other options, are always a hit and provide hours of play!
Valentine’s Favor Tags – Who doesn’t love that sweet sound of children being occupied by something they enjoy! Kasia has provided three ideas and printables that will be sure to thrill.
You Blow Me Away Party Favor – Blow them away with treat bags filled with party blowers and confetti. Perfect for class parties. Printables are included.
Valentine Cactus Cookie Tutorial – Whether you want to showcase your amazing cookie decorating skills or just an entertaining experiment to see how you do, these adorable cactus cookies will definitely warm the heart. Place in clear or paper boxes and dress them up with confetti for a treat like no other.
Valentine’s Berry Box Favor – Decorate berry baskets or clear boxes with lovey-dovey hearts, glitters, and doilies for a festive treat. Don’t forget to add the candy!
Confetti Valentine with Printable – Pair up these jumbo confetti straws with classy printables. Kids can’t wait to get their hands on these.
Pencil and Eraser Treat Bag with Printable – We all know that magical place called the Target Dollar Spot, right? Kati scored some sweet pencils and erasers to create this adorable, and affordable, favor.
Healthy Valentine Treat with Cuties – Move over red and pink, here come the orange cuties! Fill bags with oranges and top with ribbons and and printables for a sweet and healthy treat.
Gumball Valentine with Printable – Choose these favors if you prefer chewable treats! Create with gumballs, cellophane bags, ribbons and free “I Chews You” tags.
Gummy worm Valentine with Printable – Worm your way into anyone’s heart with clear plastic bags filled with gummy worms. If you desire, doodle in a few worms before attaching the free printable.
Frosted Donuts with Printable – Frosted donuts are harder to resist when sprinkled with love. Wrap them in cellophane bags with ribbons. Printable included.
Chocolate Treat Bags with Printable – Everyone loves a bag filled with hearts and kisses – the chocolate ones, of course! Dress it up with ribbons and free printables.
Fuzzy Sock Treat Bag – Get cozy with a gift of warm, fuzzy socks. Package socks in treat bags and dress up with ribbons and included printables.
Lip Balm Valentine with Printable – Read my lips…this is one kissable treat! Find your favorite lip balm and lip gummy candies and wrap them up with ribbons in cellophane bags.
Sour Watermelon Candy with Printable – You’ll get no blushing with this totally sweet “One in a Melon” goody bag of sour watermelon candies. Watermelon candles can be substituted for teacher gifts. Printable included.
S’more Mix Treat Bags – Campfire or not, s’mores always satisfy. Stir up this easy s’more mix and seal up in a bag. This printable works well with other Valentine’s Day treats, too!
Ice Cream Sundae Bath Bombs – Loaded with butters and a bit of fizz, this Neapolitan sundae bath truffle is sure to relax and soothe. Each scoop is wrapped in separate bags and presented together in one box.
Valentine’s Slime – For kids, nothing says Valentine’s Day like hearts and slime. Try this homemade slime recipe in the classroom as a cool science experiment. Add confetti, glitter, and color to make it unique!