Perhaps the ripest and the most romantic day to walk down the aisle falls on February 14 th. A vibrant red and pink color palette, whimsical heart shaped paper garlands, and little love balloons are just a few details that we love about a Valentines Day Wedding. What’s more? Here are 10 inspiring ideas that love doctor recommends.
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Going All Red Theme
With the V-Day fever on, how can you look further than red for your wedding decor. In fact, try different shades of red and pink together for your Valentines Day wedding venue decorations. Same goes for the candles too!
White And Red Theme
With classic white and gorgeous red, you can never go wrong with the theme. Of course, you will need to keep the combo working through every bit of the wedding—escort cards to centerpieces down to the guest dresses.
Say it all with hearts. From the confetti to the cake, make sure everything is in mini hearts. What’s more, if you are the quirky kinds, arrange for a giant escort card holder in heart shape!
Valentines Day Wedding Invite Ideas
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Take time to get hand-crafted wedding invites in heart shape or in miniature Cupid shapes. Go for folded favors and glitter the invite saga up!
Wow, this is one bit we love! From love pendants to heart candle stands or even snowballs with mini hearts, make your guests remember your wedding by.
Here’s What To Wear
Wear anything that is red and sexy! For the brides, we suggest Victorian gowns in red and white! So what if it is non-traditional, it s V-Day after all! The groom can be more dapper and stick to a tuxedo. The red touch here could be the bow tie or the kerchief!
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Go dramatic and gorgeous on centerpieces. From candle stands or mini lily ponds, with red lace or Cupid figurines with gorgeous drapes in red, there is no limit here.
Neon, pop, fluorescent—call it what you may, make sure you flash an interesting accessory—anything from a clutch to a hair band—let a pop color peek out!
Balloon It Up
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We guess, a giant balloon at a wedding could turn heads. When it is red and in a heart shape, it draws more wows! You could have smaller version floating around post-exchange of vows too! Another interesting idea is to have your wedding guests release love balloons after the ceremony.
Light Up Your Mood
Mood lighting is the pick for this year’s Valentine’s Day wedding. Opt for changing lights that are between pink to red in varied shades. Let the twinkling lights be in white and red again!
Go ahead and get hitched this Valentine’s. Mark your anniversary date in the bright red letters of love!