Our lives are running quicker than ever these days, so it’s nice to see certain traditions, like children continuing to give each other valentines on Valentine’s Day, alive and well! Here at BlairCandy.com, we happily remember Valentine’s Day in school and giving each other those cartoon-style valentines with cute messages on them. Even better were the valentines accompanied by Valentines Day Candy
– we just couldn’t get enough of chocolate hearts and lips! Help your own child embrace this adorable tradition by choosing our so-affordable Valentines Day candy.
Conversation Hearts – Conversation Hearts are one of the most-loved Valentines Day candy selections. Simply have your child hand out a conversation heart box with each valentine, or write a sweet message on each box, and voila – insta-valentine!
Chocolate Lips – Valentine’s Day and chocolate are a pairing made in holiday heaven, and our chocolate lips are the ones you remember as a kid – each bag includes about 14 “lips” wrapped in bright foil. After you’re finished giving your child enough for his or her classmates, place a faux rose stem in a skinny glass vase, and fill the vase with foil-wrapped chocolate lips. Have your child give it to his or her teacher for Valentine’s Day!
Cookies and Cream Chocolate Hearts – A lot of us here only had milk chocolate Valentines Day candy varieties to hand out to our classmates, so you can bet we’re taking advantage of Cookies and Cream Chocolate Hearts! These crispy hearts wrapped in hot pink foil will surely make your child’s valentines the toast (and taste!) of the classroom.
Old Fashioned Sugar Popcorn – Want to choose a Valentines Day candy with a unique touch this year for your child’s classmates? Choose our pink and white sugar popcorn that is covered with a delightfully thick sugar coating. Simply visit your local craft store and purchase clear Valentine’s Day themed candy bags, and fill each with a scoop of popcorn. Kudos to you for a creative idea!
Traditions are meant to be kept, and we hope children are giving each other valentines for years to come. Sure, the cartoons and characters on the valentines may change, but extending friendship and goodwill to classmates only creates a wonderful tradition in your child’s character. Accompanying your child’s valentines with some sweet Valentine’s Day Candy only adds an extra touch of love, and we can all use a bit of that!