Conversation Heart Cupcake Toppers

Valentines Day is a one of the most loveliest of holidays, don’t you agree?

I know a large portion of you might believe it’s only fun to celebrate if you have a significant other, but I beg to differ! Proof here.  Rather, I think of it as an opportunity to show love and gratitude to others, wear all the pink and red you want, and eat copious amounts of sweets. Preferably chocolate. Now tell me who wouldn’t like that kind of Valentine’s Day.

Now that we’re all on the same page, I’ve found that whether you’re gloriously single, in a happy relationship, or married to your work (we’ve all been there), cupcakes equal the universal love language! So we decided to doll ours up in true Valentine’s Day fashion with these printable conversation heart cupcake toppers! With sayings appropriate for your BFF: “Watch the Bachelor with me?”, to your current crush: “You noble land-mermaid”, there’s something for everyone! Time to bake a batch of cupcakes… or support your neighborhood bakery… and spread some sugar-coated love!

We created a dozen different designs to top your sweet baby cakes! You can use them as individual Valentines for your special someones, or give the whole dozen to your one true love! This is a much cuter and tastier alternative to those chalky conversation heart candies!

Conversation Heart Cupcake Topper Instructions:

Printable Template Here

  1. Print out hearts. They all fit on a typical 8 1/2 by 11 piece of printer paper, but we’d recommend printing it on white cardstock so they’re a bit stiffer
  2. Cut around each heart
  3. Hot glue a toothpick onto the back of each heart. Let the toothpick extend quite a bit past the bottom of the heart so you have room to stick it into the frosted cupcake

Happy Valentines Day Beauties!

Photography by Anna Killian | Designs by Ashley Isenhour  

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