So you are getting married on Valentine’s Day! That’s probably the best way of making this special day a lot more special. But just by marrying on this day won’t do, you need to incorporate Valentine’s Day wedding ideas that will help make the day really beautiful. We have a few ideas to help you out with your Valentine’s Day wedding planning.
Valentine’s Day Wedding Themes – The theme of course is love and romance but you can portray it with using Valentine’s Day colors, chocolates, and various other stuff.
Valentine’s Day wedding ideas –
Décor – You can find ideas for your wedding décor from your own love story. Think of the place where you first met, or where the proposal took place. Or you can portray your venue as some romantic place you went together like Paris or Venice.
Color Palette –Red and pink are the colors associated with Valentine’s Day. You can use these colors liberally in your wedding without of course over doing it. You can have your bride’s maids dress in pink or in red while you have your beautiful bouquet tied with a ravishing red or pink ribbon. For the more adventurous brides you can also use this day to get married in the unconventional red wedding gown.
Create Some Space for Romance – For the lounge area throw in a few cozy pink and red cushions, use dim pink lights to create the ambience. In the dining area have candle lit dinners, with pink and white flowers like roses and peonies in the centerpieces.
Wedding Cake – For your wedding cake you can have a white chocolate cake filled with red raspberry filling. Or you can try out a rich red velvet cake enclosed in a cheese cream frosting. Also throw in some red, pink and white petals on the table around the cake to make it look prettier.
Flowers Say it All – Roses are a must on Valentine’s Day. But you can also use peonies, amaryllis to create a gorgeous and dramatic effect. Use colors like rich red, pinks and mix them with some white as well.
Silk – Use lots of silk for the rich as well as soothing, enchanting effect. The deep red hues of silk can transform any place into something mysterious and dramatic.
Dance to the Tunes of Love – Of course the bride and groom will dance their first dance to their love song. But why not ask the guests for their love songs as well, songs that have a meaning for them. Ask your married guests to fill in their first wedding dance song in the RSVP card and include them in your list. It will be a lovely way of showing your guests you care and also help create the perfect Valentine’s Day wedding atmosphere.
Gift Some Love – Leave gifts for your guests on the tables. You can have chocolate truffles in heart shaped boxes with little personalized hand written notes.
Am sure these ideas will help you with your Valentine’s Day wedding planning and make your wedding day really special for everyone.