Valentine’s Day Wedding Ideas

January 30, 2015 at 12:03 pm Leave a comment

PICTURE FOR 14 MOST ROMANTIC QUOTES Say “I do” to getting married on one of the most romantic days of the year, Valentine’s Day. Traditionally observed every year on February 14th, Valentine’s Day is a holiday that celebrates everything about love. One of the best things about having a Valentine wedding is that you have a built-in theme, get inspired by customizing it to fit your style and personality. Read on for Valentine’s Day wedding ideas.

Traditional

At last, the two of you are tying the knot and celebrating with a traditional Valentine’s Day ceremony. Classic color choices for a V-day include red, white and pink. Decorations may comprise a variety of heart-shaped accessories from an ivy heart trellis to Valentine’s Day card wedding programs. Wedding guest favors may be a heart-shaped box of chocolates or candy confection hearts imprinted with sweet sayings or the couple’s names. Romantic music, lace, cupid and red roses add to the ambiance.

Modern

Add a touch of modern style to your Valentine’s wedding. Choose contemporary color combinations such as hot pink and black, pink and purple, orange and bright pink or red and silver. Grace your reception with tall clear water-filled cylinders immersed with white orchids and river stones sitting atop tables adorned by metallic coverings. Accent your wedding attire with red. Create the illusion of a starry night by hanging twinkling light strands from above. For your nuptials, choose a contemporary venue such as an art gallery, museum or a sophisticated penthouse rooftop.

Shabby Chic

Create an old-fashioned love story theme for your shabby chic wedding on Valentine’s Day. Incorporate decorative repurposed furniture at your reception in the form of serving tables or registry tables. Turn up the charm with do-it-yourself wedding favors such as Mason jar candles decorated with handcrafted silk roses, baby’s breath and ribbons. Go for tres chic color combos such as soft pink and mint green or robin’s egg blue and red. Choose a vintage-inspire venue such as a historic mansion or botanical gardens.

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Love is in the air at your creative Valentine’s Day wedding. Start with balloons for a décor essential. Balloons offer a myriad of elegant and whimsical decorating possibilities. Use a variety of shapes and sizes, the most common silhouette for balloons is round or heart-shaped. Exchange vows under an arch of intertwined balloons or float them above reception tables tied with curly ribbons. Choose colors such as blush peach and white or three shades of rose red for an ombre effect. For added drama, depart your wedding reception in a hot air balloon.

Tip: Book your Valentine’s Day wedding venue as early as possible, holiday locations tend to fill up fast.

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