This time last year I was wrapping up the cutest Galentine’s Day party with some of my favorite bloggers. We were living in ignorance bliss and had no idea what the next few weeks would bring. At the party, I made one of my favorite dessert boards ever. I started thinking how could I do that but make it COVID friendly? I came up with these adorable personalized Valentine’s Day dessert trays.
I may have just made these for Jared and I but you could totally make them for a socially distant outdoor Galentine’s Day party. You could also put some platsic wrap over them and deliver them to your neighbors or coworkers/friends/family. These are perfect for one and perfect for celebrating the season of love.
Personalized Valentine’s Day Dessert Trays
I’m a firm believer in store-bought so I just headed to the store and stocked up on Valentine’s Day candy and treats. These cookies and chocolate covered pretzels were perfect. You could totally make these yourself depending on the time and level of effort you want to commit. The other fun candies are the perfect sweet compliment with pink and red accents.
Here’s a breakdown of everything I used:
- Pink Iced Heart Cookies
- White Chocolate Covered Pretzels
- Pink Reece’s
- Raspberry and Cream Kit Kats
- Cherry Sours
- Berry Skittles
- Valentine’s Gummy Lifesavers
- Sour Gummy Hearts
- Ring Pops
While I was in Valentine’s Day section I came across these heart-shaped disposable baking dishes. It was a 12 count pack for only $4. I knew I wanted to do something personalized so I had my eyes peeled looking for the perfect inexpensive trays and these were it! Sometime’s you just have to think outside the box. I’ve linked them here if you want to recreate something similar.
Overall, I am obsessed with how these turned out. I think these personalized trays are the new charcuterie boards. I am already thinking of how I can do one for St. Patricks Day and Easter!
If you try this out let me know and send me a picture!
If you looking for more of a traditional dessert board check out this post from last year. There are also some great ideas on ingredients too!