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Baby’s First Valentine’s Day Outfit

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You’ve figured out what gift to get your baby, and you may have even figured out what to do together as a family to have a little fun, but have you considered your baby’s first Valentine’s Day outfit? Because it’s your little love’s first Valentine’s Day, you want to make sure that they have something unique to wear.

Baby’s First Valentine’s Day Outfit

Baby’s First Valentine’s Day Outfit

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Not only do you want to make sure that they’re dressed for company, but finding a cute outfit makes for the perfect photo opportunity! It doesn’t matter if you have a little boy or a little girl, an infant or a baby who is nearly a year old, we’ve got the perfect baby’s first Valentine’s Day outfit ideas.

They’re so cute, we bet you’ll have trouble choosing just one!

Newborn Valentine’s Day outfits

Newborns have a knack for looking adorable in anything they wear. They even look cute when they aren’t wearing anything at all!

But, nothing is sweeter than a newborn baby lounging in Valentine’s Day outfit. Here are a few ideas that are perfect for newborn photos or for simply spending the afternoon together with friends and family.

Lace romper

Lace romper

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Looking for an outfit that doesn’t necessarily scream Valentine’s Day? Choose something soft and understated, like a lace romper or floral onesie.

It will give off those sweet Valentine’s Day vibes without making it obvious that you’re dressing your baby just for a holiday.

Knitted Pants

Knitted pants

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Little boys can get in on Valentine’s outfit action too! That’s definitely the case with these cute knitted pants that feature dark red yarn and white stripes.

You can purchase knitted sets, like this one that comes with a matching hat. Or, if you’re crafty, you can even knit your newborn’s Valentine’s pants yourself!

Knitted long pants

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Because Valentine’s Day takes place in February, it can get mighty cold! If you worry about your newborn catching a chill, choose an outfit with long sleeves and pants.

This cute onesie even features a heart made out of white rosettes.

Baby’s first Valentine’s Day bibs

Getting your little one all dressed up is a lot of fun, but only if you can keep their clothes looking snazzy! That’s hard to do, especially when it’s time to eat.

The solution? A Valentine’s Day bib, of course!

Here are a few bibs that are so cute, you’ll want to use them all year long.

Heart-shaped bib

Heart-shaped bib

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When you think of Valentine’s Day, hearts are likely to come to mind, so why not choose a heart-shaped bib? This bib is perfect for Valentine’s Day, but because it features a gold polka dot pattern, you can use it long after Valentine’s Day is over.

Funny Cupid bib

Funny cupid bib

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Want to dress up your little one for Valentine’s Day, but want to have a little fun at the same time? Save the joke for your baby’s bib!

This one is sure to make your friends and family laugh because it’s so true!

Bandana bib with bow

Bandana bib with bow

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Who says a bib has to make your baby look all dressed down? Dress him up for Valentine’s Day by letting him wear a bandana bib with a cute red bow.

It’s the perfect accessory when it comes to eating all those Valentine’s Day snacks!

Baby’s first Valentine’s Day Onesies

Getting your little one all gussied up may be fun, but it can sometimes cause more trouble than it’s worth, especially if your child spits up or gets into a bit of a mess. If you’re looking for a more relaxed Valentine’s look that is stylish but practical, try one of these onesies.

They’ll make changing diapers and clean up easy without sacrificing your child’s Valentine’s Day style.

Kisses onesie

Kisses onesie

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It’s never too early to start saving for college! With this onesie, your little one will save up enough money to get through school in no time at all!

Iron-on onesie

Iron-on onesie

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Instead of buying a ready-made onesie, why don’t you try making one on your own? It’s the easiest way to get the exact look you want for Valentine’s Day!

Use birds, hearts, and letters to create a custom holiday look just for your baby. Don’t be afraid to get creative and iron little hearts on the sleeves or on your baby’s bottom!

Cardigan Onesie

Cardigan onesie

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Like the idea of a onesie, but feel like it’s a little too casual? Why not opt for a cardigan onesie instead?

This onesie looks like a cardigan from the waist up and is perfect for Valentine’s Day because it features heart elbow patches and a little bow tie. Because it is still a traditional onesie, changing diapers will still be easy.

Baby’s first Valentine’s Day outfit for a little boy

Finding the perfect outfit for Valentine’s Day can be a bit of a challenge if you have a baby boy at home. So many Valentine’s outfits feature pink hearts, fluff, and flowers!

Just because it’s more difficult doesn’t mean it’s impossible. There are just as many wonderful Valentine’s Day outfit ideas for boys as there are for girls.

You just have to know where to look. Here are a few cute ideas for your little boy’s first Valentine’s Day.

Suspenders and a bow tie

Suspenders and a bow tie

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Make sure your little boy looks like a gentleman this Valentine’s Day by having him wear suspenders and a cute bow tie! Dress up your little one and take a few pictures, or primp him for guests.

Not only are suspenders fashionable, but they’re also functional too. You won’t have to worry about your baby’s diaper peeking out of his pants when he wears suspenders!

Love Bandit

Love bandit

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Here’s another cute heat transfer idea with a clever twist. With a little crafty know-how, you can turn your little munchkin into the love bandit!

Complete the look with a black hat and mask for Valentine’s outfit that you’ll never forget.

Valentine’s cardigan

Valentine’s cardigan

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Dress up your little boy by going casual with a cardigan. Not only will it ensure that he’s perfectly dressed for your Valentine’s Day festivities, but it will also keep him warm.

Baby’s first Valentine’s Day outfit for a little girl

Dressing up a baby girl is always a lot of fun, but it’s especially fun for Valentine’s Day! From indoor celebrations to dressing for the weather, here are some cute ideas that will make sure your little Valentine is the belle of the ball.

Valentine’s tutu

Valentine’s tutu

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Turn your little bundle of joy into Valentine’s princess by dressing her up in a tutu! You can complete the look with Valentine’s shirt and a cute bow for the top of her head.

Heart ear flap hat

Heart ear flap hat

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Dressing your baby up for Valentine’s Day means dressing her up for the weather too. Make sure she’s wearing an adorable outfit, but keep her warm with this cute hat.

It’s perfect for Valentine’s Day because of the heart ear flaps, but there’s no reason why your child can’t wear this hat all winter long!

Valentine’s dress

Valentine’s dress

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There’s no simpler way to dress up a little girl for Valentine’s Day than to put her in a dress. Choose one with little hearts on it for the perfect Valentine’s outfit.

Baby’s first Valentine’s Day outfits that are fashionable and fun

Whether you plan on staying at home this Valentine’s Day or your little one is going to be mixing and mingling with family, you can make sure that your baby has fun and looks fashionable with the right outfit. With these baby’s first Valentine’s Day outfit ideas, your little Valentine is sure to be the star of the show!

 

Reese

Reese Leyva is a first-time mom whose countless hours of reading about and researching pregnancy, birth, and gentle/respectful parenting have led her to one inevitable conclusion - moms and babies are amazing! When she's not writing or studying to complete her certification as a Childbirth Educator, she's playing in the dirt with her super cool infant daughter or cooking alongside her nifty artist husband.

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