Dear bride-to-be, are you getting married on Valentine’s Day? We must say it doesn’t get any romantic than that!
If you love the idea of Valentine’s Day and want to celebrate your special day in a unique way, there are so many ways to include Valentine’s Day without overdoing it in your wedding.
Also keep in mind that your family and friends have chosen to celebrate Valentine’s Day with you at your wedding, so we’ve come up with a few suggestions to make your wedding a romantic occasion for everyone involved.
Include some Valentine’s Day touches to your wedding invitations, you can have heart-shaped elegant invitations, or use Valentine’s Day color red, or even have cute hearts printed on your invites. Whatever invitations you decide to have for your wedding; whether they’re electronic save-the-dates or traditional invitations, think of a way to add a romantic touch. Maybe have the writing in a romantic burgundy or fuchsia color, or add a ribbon to the envelope.
Romantic Wedding Venue
Choosing the venue for your wedding is one of the most important aspects of planning your wedding. And if you’re thinking about romance, the place where you hold your wedding should offer just that. Do you know how some places give you that romantic feeling? Whether it’s the view, or the lighting, or the decoration, choose a venue that complements your V-Day theme!
Take a look at these beautiful weddings that were held in romantic venues:
There’s no better mood-setter than music. So make sure your DJ allocates time for some good ol’ love tunes and happy dancing songs so that everyone can get in a festive love mood.
Valentine's Inspired Favors
Sometimes, nothing says thank-you more than a chic little present to express your gratitude. In this case, customize your wedding favors to include a thank you note, Hershey’s Kisses, or heart-shaped treats. Everyone should get a gift on Valentine’s Day, so why not make all your guests feel special?
Now that you’ve met the one and you’re celebrating your love, surely there are a few friends or family members that are wondering if they’ll be meeting their match… at your wedding! Weddings can be a great opportunity for singles to meet so try to arrange the wedding seating accordingly, where you have all the youngsters and singletons close to each other!
Colors of Love
Valentine’s Day does not have to manifest in reds and pinks. Think outside the box and choose colors that come in a variety of hues like violet, fuchsia, magenta, and burgundy. These colors can look super romantic and uber chic with dim lighting and candles.
Timeless Red Roses
For many brides, red roses are the first flowers that come to mind; especially Valentine’s Day brides. But keep in mind that around this season, their prices tend to rise significantly! Click here to see some red roses wedding arrangements for inspiration.
You can always change things up a little bit, and check out what your florist has to offer as a local alternative!
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If you’re having your wedding on Valentine’s Day, or just attending a wedding, why don’t you add some Valentine touches to your look? Whether it’s your hair, accessories, or bridal shoes, you can always add a unique and elegant touch without going overboard. Think of red roses in your hair, or a simple red hairpiece.
As for the shoes, why not add a pop of color to your bridal look by wearing red bridal shoes?
You can also include some Valentine’s Day touches in your nail art! Keep it simple and cute and you’re guests will love your look!
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