Are you planning to host your wedding on Valentine’s Day?
That’s really cool!
Make sure you host a classy wedding on the Day of lovers!
Yes, Valentine’s Day is simply a lover’s Day! It’s a romantic day filled with flowers, chocolate, teddies, love, and romance. Having your wedding on such a lovely day will simply add to your wedding experience.
Many couples choose to exchange vows on Valentine’s Day; however, the trick is to throw a glamorous wedding that you can cherish for the rest of your life.
Here are some fantastic Valentine’s Day wedding ideas to make your wedding as glamorous and romantic as the Day itself.
So, without any further ado, let’s get started…
1. Valentine’s Day Wedding Venue
When looking for a wedding venue, look for one that has a romantic and intimate atmosphere. If you are having a large-scale wedding, you can create a romantic ambiance using romantic decorations and low lighting. However, if yours is an intimate wedding celebration, we suggest you have your celebration at a smaller location, such as a restaurant, backyard, or vineyard.
If you’re planning a wedding on a tight budget, choose a restaurant for your intimate Valentines-inspired wedding. Most restaurants are decorated on Valentine’s Day; this way, you may save a significant amount on wedding venue decor.
2. Valentine’s Day Wedding Color Palette
When it comes to the color palette for your Valentine’s Day wedding, of course, RED is the color. Yes, Red is the appropriate candidate because it corresponds well with Valentine’s Day. You can use Red in everything from the flowers to bridesmaids’ dresses for your Valentine-inspired wedding.
However, if you want to add some other color to your wedding theme, go for whites and pinks. They can be used as accent colors. Besides, Gold is an excellent color that goes well with red and is ideal for a more luxurious wedding look.
3. Valentine’s Day Wedding Flowers
Undoubtedly, when it’s a Valentine’s day wedding, roses are the best pick. As roses coincide well with Valentine’s Day. But we cannot ignore the fact that Roses are usually expensive around Valentine’s Day. Still, if your budget allows, you should definitely consider them as your first choice for wedding flowers.
However, if budget is a constraint, you can go with other flowers, such as carnations, Dahlias, Gerber Daisies, Peonies, Orchids, and Asiatic Lilies that look stunning in shades of Red. They will still provide you with the romantic ambiance you seek. If getting flowers in red shades seems a task, then consider flowers in shades of pink for that mesmerizing look.
4. Valentine’s Day Wedding Decor
Valentine’s Day Wedding Decor should be as special as the Day itself! So, when it comes to Valentines-inspired wedding decor, Candles are a MUST-HAVE. So have them at your wedding venue to set the perfect tone. Also, you can use white Christmas lights and soft, sheer fabrics to wrap around the lights. Nothing says romance, like dim lighting and a room filled with candles. That will unquestionably set the tone for your wedding ceremony.
You can choose bold red tablecloths with white lace overlays for reception decoration, and weave big red, satin bows onto the backs of the chairs. Besides candles, you can also have red and pink string lights on the walls to create that dim ambiance.
5. Valentine’s Day Wedding Cake
Cakes are a significant part of a wedding. And when it’s a valentines-inspired wedding, the Chocolate cake is the best choice for that romantic touch.
Chocolate-covered strawberry cheesecakes, chocolate-covered strawberry brownies, Strawberries shortcake cupcakes, No-Bake Strawberry Icebox Cake, Rosé Champagne Mug Cake, and Raspberry Champagne Cake are among the other Valentine’s Day treats. All of these items can be added to your menu to create the ideal Valentine’s Day wedding atmosphere. Furthermore, assorted chocolate boxes can be given as wedding favors to your guests.
6. Valentine’s Day Wedding Favors
Since it’s a wedding on Valentine’s Day, wedding favors must correspond to that as well. So, the best wedding favor on your Valentine’s special day could be assorted chocolate boxes. Yes, chocolate boxes can be given as wedding favors to your guests at your Valentine’s Day wedding. Get heart shaped chocolates for your wedding favors. Of course, SHAPE MATTERS!!
7. Valentine’s Day Wedding Attire
Lastly, it’s your wedding attire that will have a significant impact! When selecting your Valentine’s Day wedding attire, chuck the white! Yeah, you don’t need to follow tradition on your Valentine-inspired wedding. Go for something you like, and that looks good on you. When it’s Valentine’s day wedding, a princess gown would be apt to add to the theme. However, if you’re looking for a more elegant wedding outfit, consider Romeo Juliet’s renaissance style wedding dress. Or go with a blush A-line wedding dress with a lace bodice or floral appliques for a chic look. Even a blush tulle wedding dress is an excellent pick for your Valentine’s Day wedding. The idea is to go with the dress that makes you feel beautiful and sexy on lover’s day!
And for tuxes, grooms can have a Notch Lapel Style tuxedo that looks elegant and dashing. Go for an all-black tux, and you don’t need to overdo it. Just add a single red rose boutonniere to finish it off.
You can choose gowns in red or pink for the bridesmaids and flower girls to keep the same romantic theme going.
So, there you have it: the top seven Valentine’s Day Wedding Ideas to make your 14th February wedding more romantic and regal. Hopefully, you can have a jazzy, snappy, classy Valentine’s Day wedding with these wedding ideas.
Aside from the ideas mentioned above, you can incorporate anything into your wedding that makes you feel special and romantic.
Have A Happy, Romantic, & Delightful Valentine’s Day Wedding…!
Happy Wedding… ☺ ☺