Robot Valentine's Party

WOW can you believe it’s already February, oh how time flies. Today I am sharing a fun way to celebrate Valentine’s Day without any pink in sight. I love to celebrate Valentine’s Day with my boys so when I went to Target and saw these cute robot items I just had to get them and set up a little something for them to enjoy! I ended up doing a robot Valentine’s party and I love how it turned out.

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Robot Valentine's Party

As I said I found these robot bubbles and mini erasers at Target and they instantly inspired me to go with a robot theme. I LOVE these colors together!

robot bubbles

This tin can robot was used as our centerpiece and it was very simple to make. All I had to do was get different kinds of cans and just remove the label (I used a sharpie to label on the bottom what the can has inside). Then I used foil for the antennas and arms.

can robot

Even though the party was just for my boys I made a party favor box for them (and me lol). The party favor box was so easy to make I just took a pre-made navy blue gable box and added a heart cut out to the front. I used 3d foam stickers to adhere the heart and add some dimension.

heart gable boxesI made these adorable robot cupcake toppers to dress up plain store bought cupcakes.robot cupcakes

As another snack I added fruit to some little cups from Dollar Tree. The cups are white so to make them match the theme I added a red cupcake wrapper with a little heart cutout.
fruit cups
My favorite thing that I created for this robot Valentine’s party were these robot juice boxes. I had so much fun creating them and they were very easy to create. All I needed were juice boxes, Nerds candy, Starbursts for the feet, googly eyes, and a little bit of aluminum foil for antennas and arms. How cute did they turn out?
robot juice box
These were the cards kits that I created so my boys would have an activity. They had half of sheet of card stock folded in half, a robot die cut I created, foam stickers, and heart foam stickers.
robot card kit
These kits are a great activity because they are simple to do and the kids don’t get bored of it too quick. Then they can write a special note inside and give the card to someone. Here is the card my oldest son created.
robot card

I hope you all find inspiration with this fun Robot Valentine’s Party. How do you celebrate Valentine’s Day?

Robot Valentine's Party


  1. So cute & a perfect way to celebrate such a girly holiday with boys! I love it! Thanks for the shout out too 😉

  2. Found your party at the Party Time Linky.

    Absolutely love it. Just goes to show that Valentine's doesn't have to be all slushy and pink!

  3. Cute! I love what you did with coffee tins. Thank you for linking up to Party Time and we hope to see you again next week!

    1. Thank you Jacqui it was so easy to create the robot centerpiece

  4. What a fun party! I love the robot centerpieces!

    1. Thank you so much…my boys had fun!

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