Chic and Easy Ideas for a Virtual Valentine’s Cocktail Party

Celebrating Valentine’s Day has gotten quite creative in recent years. No longer just a lovey-dovey occasion for sweethearts, it can be a surprise Valentine’s pancake breakfast for Mom and Dad, a glittery Galentine’s soiree, a wine and chocolate tasting Valentine’s bash, a spa-themed Valentine’s treat, or even a Valentine’s party for a broken heart! So taking the leap into a virtual Valentine’s event this year can actually be a cool challenge.

Prep your livestreaming gadgets. Plan the on-cam spot at your dining table, or at your living room couch and coffee table. And get ready to host a virtual Valentine’s Day cocktail party for your special someones—both at-home and remote! (*this post contains an affiliate link)

For a Virtual Valentine’s Party: What to Serve, What to Wear, and a Game!

See our ideas that are a chic mix of home-makeable finger foods and goodies, yum cocktails, and a glam outfit to order online!

Easy Virtual Valentine's Cocktail Party

An invitation to enjoy "chocolatey cocktails and treats" (1) is sure to get guests excited. But this invite from Greetings Island has an online option, perfect for your virtual event!

Come Valentine’s Day, whip up an instant backdrop with pink and gold heart balloons (2 – from Inklings Paperie), and don a party-ready Betsy & Adam Caped Sheath Dress (3 – from Macy’s) in Valentine’s red, of course!

Toast to the occasion with decadent Chocolate Valentine’s Cocktails (4) made with chocolate-infused vodka, cold-brew coffee, and strawberry syrup according to a recipe from Willow Creek. Serve with Crispy Thai Pork and Shrimp Wontons (5), courtesy of Weightwatchers. And for a final sweet indulgence, enjoy a rich Strawberry Cream Napoleon dessert (6) thanks to California Strawberries, and share DIY chocolate boxes (7) decorated with heart-shaped candies and filled with treats and little gifts (just check out the tutorial on Oh! Nuts). Play a fun word search game with guests made from a simple cardboard box painted in red and gold lettering (8).

For more Valentine’s party ideas that can make the switch to virtual, see these other posts:

Easy Ideas for Hosting a Galentine’s Luncheon

DIY Valentine’s Party Theme: Ideas From Table Decorations to Gifts

DIY Valentine’s Table Decorations: Easy Yet Elegant on a Budget

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