FarmVille Valentine Decorations: Wedding Tent, Groom Gnome, Heart Balloon Arch and more

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Another large wave of Valentine's Day decorations was released tonight as part of a new FarmVille update, with these new items allowing those users that prefer to shop with only coins to have plenty to be interested in. There is one new building to purchase (mercifully available for coins), along with four new decorative items.

The building is the Wedding Tent, and while not technically a solitary building, it will still make quite the statement on your farm. It displays an outdoor wedding scene, along with white tent and chairs covered in flowers, and a walkway for the bride to make her entrance. It can be added to your farm for 250,000 coins. For that high price, you'll receive not only the item itself, but also 2500 experience points as a reward for purchasing. As one final note, even though this item is technically listed in the game as a building, it can not be decorated with either snow or lights, so keep that in mind if it will affect your purchase decision.

As for the new decorations, there are four to choose from, three of which are available for coins. The one premium item is the Groom Gnome, which has already received his companion, a Bride Gnome, in the game via this week's Mystery Game. He can be purchased for 15 Farm Cash, and while there is no word yet as to when exactly the Bride Gnome will be released, it would only be presumable that she would cost the same amount.

As for the three coin decorations, you can now pick up a Heart Balloon Arch (a fairly large item, all things considered) for 20,000 coins, a set of Rose Petals (taking up about a bit more than a fourth of the size of one crop plot on your land) for 2,000 coins, and a single piece of Wedding Fencing for 5,000 coins. All of these items reward varying amounts of experience points for purchasing them, relative to the purchase price. The Heart Balloon Arch, as one example will reward you with 200 experience points, and so on.

If you're like me, your farm is now stuffed - nay, overflowing - with Valentine's Day goodies. Where we'll be able to store all of these items after the season is done is anyone's guess, but that won't stop at least this farmer from shelling out more virtual cash to have them in my collection.

Check out the rest of our Valentine's Day 2011 coverage right here.

Do you agree? Do you simply have to have one of every item released in the game? Let us know in the comments.
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