Adorable Accessories for Kids for Valentine’s Day & Beyond

Valentine’s day is quickly approaching. I’ve been on the hunt for some super cute accessories for my kids. We are on a tight student budget so when I’m shopping for accessories I like to make sure I can use them year round. I purchased a few cute items recently and dressed up the kids for an at home photo shoot. I’m using the photos in e-card Valentines I’m sending the family. So fun and super easy.


Here are a few of my favorite finds.

Valentine’s Heart Headband

I love the sweet simplicity of this adorable felt headband. It is most definitely cute enough to use year round. I bought one for my daughter and she got some applesauce on it. It washed off easily. I was impressed.

Wool Felt Heart - Valentine Hearts Headband - Charlotte Mae Boutique
Valentine Hearts Headband - Charlotte Mae Boutique

Polka Dot Bow Tie

I bought my son a similar bow tie and he loves it. It is perfect for Valentine’s Day, Christmas, Church, or a photo shoot. So many different occasions and possibilities.

Boys Bowtie Red and White Valentine Dots
Boys Bow Tie Red & White Valentine Dots - Me & Matilda

Leg Ruffles

How dreamy are these? Come on. You can’t resist this level of cute. Can I admit that I wish it was socially acceptable for me to wear these? They’re just too whimsical and lovely to resist.

Leg Ruffles - The Nest Baby Boutique

Kissing Booth Shirt

I tend to dress my son like a little man and usually stick to solid colors and patterns but this shirt is nearly irresistible. You won’t get as much use out of it as a bowtie but who says kisses are only for Valentine’s day? I love it.

Kissing Booth - a Custom Appliqued and Monogrammed Boy's Valentine shirt
Kissing Booth - a Custom Appliqued and Monogrammed Boy's Valentine shirt - LilDarling Designs on Etsy

Have fun shopping and Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Veronica Armstrong is a stay at home mother and freelance writer. She lives with her husband and two small children in Cornell University graduate student housing while her husband studies for his MBA. She blogs at about her adventures in natural motherhood, temporary Vermont hiatus, and life as an MBA wife. Veronica is also a hobbyist photographer that likes to express herself through captures of her ordinary and beautifully hectic life. Maple bacon donuts bring her unbridled joy and coffee is her best friend.

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