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Valentine's Day Wedding Ideas

Updated: Nov 22, 2020

Send Your Heart a flutter and embrace your romantic side

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 want to bring a bit of fun & romance to your big day there are countless ways you can incorporate the valentines into every detail of your wedding. For instance, you can adorn your reception space with modern heart-shaped neon signs or dress your bridesmaids in ruby red bridesmaids dresses.

Ready to embrace your romantic side? Here are some Valentine's Day wedding ideas that are sure to send your heart a flutter.

Valentine's Day Wedding Ideas

Set the mood (and colour scheme) for your big day with sophisticated shades of deep burgundy and dusty rose in your invitation suite.

Dress your bridesmaids in the hue of valentines with bridesmaids dresses that aren't your classic 90's in your face valentines red, go for a tone that says sumptuous not garish.

Not feeling red bridesmaid dresses? You can still have your girls wear the quintessential Valentine's Day colour by gifting them ruby-hued getting ready robes.

And for your bridal bouquet, choose blooms in Valentine's Day–inspired hues. A trailing red ribbon is also a romantic touch.

Try a fiery flower crown on for size! Throwing in some red roses is guaranteed to give off that valentines vibe, whatever the season.

A modern neon sign is a cool and funky way to incorporate some Valentine's Day details.

Give your guests the quintessential Valentine's Day gift—flowers!—as favours. Why not hire someone to create custom bouquets for your guests. What a fun idea for your reception!

What is more romantic than the most incredible, sensual wedding dress?! The ÉLYSÉE from Enzoani simply oozes sophisticated sensuality, and they create that silhouette your valentines dreams are made of!

This creative toss idea doubles up on romance. First, get petals in Valentine's Day shades. Then, distribute them to guests in cones made from pages of your favourite love-themed novel, or TV show!


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