Is there a more perfect date for a wedding than February 14? A Valentine's Day wedding already has romance built right in! Plus, you'll definitely never forget your anniversary...
If you're planning a Valentine's Day wedding—or just mid-February nuptials—there are countless ways you can incorporate the romantic holiday into every detail of your big day. For instance, you can adorn your reception space with modern heart-shaped neon signs or dress your bridesmaids in ruby red bridesmaids dresses. Looking for more subtle Valentine's Day wedding ideas? Try selecting red and pink blooms for your bouquet and serving your guests rosé cocktails. You can even send your guests off with Valentine's Day bouquets as wedding favors!
Ready to embrace your romantic side? Here are some Valentine's Day wedding ideas that are sure to send your heart a flutter.
Set the mood (and color scheme) for your big day with sophisticated shades of deep burgundy and dusty rose in your invitation suite.
Bring on the blooms! (In Valentine's Day–inspired shades of red and pink, of course.)
Dress your bridesmaids in the hue of the holiday with red bridesmaid dresses. At the wedding of Harley Viera-Newton, the bridesmaids wore flirty frocks adorned with red hearts!
Not feeling red bridesmaid dresses? You can still have your girls wear the quintessential Valentine's Day color by gifting them ruby-hued getting ready robes.
As for your wedding dress, consider trading the traditional white wedding dress for a blush gown.
And for your bridal bouquet, choose blooms in Valentine's Day–inspired hues. A trailing red ribbon is also a romantic touch.
Or try a fiery flower crown on for size!
Go big with a ceremony backdrop Cupid would definitely approve of. This couple used ombré streamers in shades of scarlet and gold.
Romance your guests with the decadent duo of berries and sparkling rosé. For a flirty touch, slice the berries into hearts.
With a cozy ruby red velvet couch, this reception lounge area is Valentine's Day ready. Bonus points for the romantic quote written on the wall!
A modern neon sign is a cool and funky way to incorporate some Valentine's Day details.
Chic, berry-colored velvet chairs are a modern nod to the holiday.
Adorn your tables with blush-hued taper candles for a soft and romantic pop of pink.
Or you can all pink, like this sweet and feminine tablescape at Larry Nance Jr.’s Hawaiian wedding.
Have your caterer cut tiny red hearts out of fondant for the cutest wedding cake decoration.
Alternatively, you can go more subtle by decorating your cake with a scattering of scarlet blooms.
Give your guests the quintessential Valentine's Day gift—flowers!—as favors. This couple hired a flower truck to create custom bouquets for their guests. What a fun idea for your reception!
Don't leave all the romantic florals for your tables and bouquets! Add edible flowers to simple wreath cookies for an Insta-worthy moment.
This styled shoot swapped the traditional photo booth for a kissing booth! Just think of all the adorable photo ops...
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