Cupid Float Valentine
My Cupid Float drink recipe is a hit with adults and kids. Make this delicious drink for your Valentine’s Day party! If you’re for a fun and festive pink drink idea that will wow, this festive drink is for you.
Once upon a time (last year), I wrote about my daughters’ annual Valentine’s Day party and our Cupid Float.
As I was rushing to feed a dozen hungry 12 year old girls, I snapped a pic.
That picture looks like one of those horrible paparazzi shots when they catch the star in her bathing suit and she doesn’t know anybody is watching.
In other words, a not so pretty picture …
but one that’s been pinned over 33,000 times!
So the Cupid Float drove itself to the mall, marched into Glamour Shots, and demanded a session pronto.
She sat down for hair and makeup and tried on every single outfit (even a few feathery pink boas).
Doesn’t she look ravishing?
And she’s ready for her close up.
- 2-3 scoops French vanilla ice cream
- Cherry 7-Up
- Whipped cream
- Maraschino cherry
- Scoop ice cream into a tall glass
- Slowly pour 7-Up over ice cream
- Swirl whipped cream on top
- Top with maraschino cherry
Make sure to print this fun FREE Valentine Printable for the one you love.
She’s definitely the life of every party now.
I heard she got herself an agent and is moving to Hollywood all thanks to her maraschino cherry on top makeover.
Check out more of my Valentine crafts, decorating and party ideas here.
It’s stunning. What I want to know is, how do you know how many times something has been pinned?
I’m going to pick up the ingredients for the float today. What’s a few more calories?
She looks stunning. I need to make an appointment with the girl who did her makeover.
And, I can definitely see *why* she is a Pinterest *Superstahhhh!* That looks absolutely delicious … my son would love one! So, he (and my hips) thank you!
Super model for sure! I love the new pics with the hot pink back ground! It totally looks amazing! And 33,000 times…..you are a ROCK STAR!
She looks good enough to eat! My grandchildren are going to love this! Thank you for sharing!
LOL super funny post and what a great simple idea, thanks for sharing.
That pretty float would tempt anyone. Bet you had as much fun as the girls did.
I think this will be so much fun to make for my husband for dessert! Served with a couple of warm, heart-shpaed sugar cookies, he’ll be mine all over again LOL! Hugs, Leena
Pretty and delicious 🙂
Oh my! That looks absolutely delicious! What a lucky group of girls to have you make these for them! 🙂
yummy, yum, yum, yum!! Will definitely be making these!
Well, that photo drew me! I’m going to have to try this one, Kelly. Tomorrow on splurge day 😉 Pinning again too, just in case someone out there missed the bad paparazzi photo. 🙂
She is gorgeous! What a makeover. I would totally be the Valentine of anyone presenting me with this beauty 🙂
She’s gorgeous! Want one now 🙂
<3 Christina at I Gotta Create!
Thanks for the fabulous idea! I took these to my son’s kindergarten Valentine’s Day party and they were so much fun. I shared your link on my website here: http://lizspinspiration.blogspot.com/2013/02/pin-184-and-pin-185.html
HA I want to drink that right this minute!
It may ruin my diet but I’m totally making one of these today!
Looks fantastic! Thank you for joining Home Sweet Home!
Yum!!!! hello goodness…this looks fantastic!
Oh, I just saw this on Pinterest and strangely enough, I made myself a float with cherry 7 Up on New Years Day….. It was so delicious!!! but this looks better
I love your cupid float and featured it on my Friday Finds today!
SO cute! My daughter would love this (as well as the name)! What a fun party to have for your daughter!!
I need on of these cups to make my floats in, does anyone know where I can buy some online?
Here is a similar affiliate glass: http://rstyle.me/n/cnghrqx9yw