Valentine Theme Wedding Ideas
Couples choose to get married on Valentine’s Day or with a Valentine theme for a number of reasons. It is the most romantic holiday of the year, making it popular for many loving couples to choose as their wedding date. Valentine’s Day may also be a sentimental choice for couples who had their first date, first kiss, or even got engaged on Valentine’s Day. Whatever the reason, this romantic holiday is a popular wedding theme for many sweetheart couples.
If a Valentine theme is right for your wedding day, there are many ways to personalise your celebration.
Invitations: There are many romantic wedding invitation designs, and choosing one with double hearts, doves, or other Valentine’s Day symbolism can help you set the mood for your event. Choose envelopes lined with red, and send your invitations off with love stamps.
Colours: Red, white, and pink are classic Valentine’s Day colours, but they can be personalised with different hues and shades. Accent your wedding palette with iridescent pearl or metallic tones for more customization.
Wedding Dress: A romantic wedding dress design is essential for a Valentine wedding. Full skirts, sweetheart necklines, and off the shoulder collars are all superb choices. You can even add a bit of red or pink to your gown, or opt for a pink wedding dress for a sweetly romantic look. Lace or pearl accents are also stunning.
Attire: The groom and his groomsmen should wear classic, formal tuxedos to capture the romance of Valentine’s Day, perhaps with bold red or pink buttonhole flower to match the wedding colours. The bridal party dresses should be just as romantic, though not quite as elaborate, as the bride’s dress.
Flowers: Roses are the most popular flower choice for Valentine theme weddings, and red, yellow, or pink blooms match the theme. Other flowers in shades of red and pink, such as lilies or tulips, are also wonderful choices that can be a bit more unique. Flower arrangements should be large and cascading, filling the area with luscious scents and beautiful colours.
Decorations: In addition to flowers, other popular Valentine wedding decorations include candles, ribbons, and lace. Scatter heart-shaped confetti on wedding tables, or use coloured marbles to fill vases for floral arrangements. Lace runners can add romance and delicacy to buffet tables, and heart-shaped balloons can be a whimsical and fun touch for an entrance arch.
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