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Happy Valentines Day!

In this post, the 100 Memorial Blog has some ideas for celebrating your Valentine’s Day. Whether you want to stay in or go out, we have a couple of holiday ideas for you to try out on February 14th. We hope that you have a very Happy Valentine’s Day!


DIY Crafts

Celebrate Valentine’s Day by staying at home and creating a few fun crafts. We’ve included two DIY projects in this post. Make your own mason jar or Valentine’s day card by using the links we’ve provided. Show the people you love how much you care by making them a craft on February 14th.


54 Mason Jar Valentine Gifts and Crafts from DIY Joy

25+ Easy DIY Valentine’s Day Cards from No Biggie



Make your favorite dessert with someone you love on Valentine’s day. Take advantage of your great 100 Memorial Drive kitchen by making something delicious and sweet on February 14th.


Nutella Stuffed Browned Butter Blondies from The Food Charlatan

You’ll love the surprise of Nutella embedded in these browned butter blondies. These brownies can easily be made from scratch and pair well with a large, heaping helping of vanilla ice cream. These brownies are sweet, so make sure you pour yourself a tall glass of milk before you eat them.


Raspberry Chocolate Cupcakes from Flour Arrangements

We’re obsessed with this recipe for raspberry chocolate cupcakes. These cupcakes are especially delicious because of the frozen raspberries incorporated into the cupcake batter. Sour cream softens the cupcakes and chocolate sweetens them. The raspberry buttercream topping adds just the right finishing touch.



Make a reservation at a Cambridge, MA early this month in order to ensure that you get a table on Valentine’s Day. Make your Valentine’s day romantic by having a nice, candlelit dinner at an elegant restaurant in the city this month. We have included links to a few of our favorite restaurants in this post:



Russell House

Craigie On Main

Alden & Harlow   


How do you plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day this month? Let us know in the comments. Thanks for reading our post!