Are you planning to get married on Valentine's Day? If so, you are amongst the most romantic people in the world. Clearly, your love for your partner runs deep and you want to showcase your undying love for each other on this most romance centered day of the year. What colors and what theme should you choose for your flowers, your wedding attire and your décor for your Valentine's Day wedding? Isn't it obvious?
The classic colors for Valentine's Day are of course red,
white and pink. Most people who get married on this romantic holiday
include red in their décor and their flowers and many use heart accents.
Heart shaped rhinestones in the bride's and the bridesmaid's bouquets
as well as in the groom's and ushers boutonnieres are good examples of a
classy way to integrate hearts in your wedding flowers. Other ways to
include a heart theme at your wedding are: A heart shaped cake topper, a
heart shaped balloon arch either at the reception hall entrance or
behind the head table.
As for centerpieces, you could go with simple
balloon bouquets composed of red and white balloons with heart prints on
them or you may choose a floral centerpiece with heart shaped accents
flowing out of the bouquets. A final touch to your centerpieces would be
heart confetti on the guest tables, the head table and the cake table.
represent romance and therefore should be an integral part of your
Valentine wedding. Obviously, the most popular romantic flower is the
red rose. Symbolizing love, respect and admiration, the rose is the
ideal flower to choose for your wedding bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres
and centerpieces. If you decide to go with balloons for centerpieces,
you can include rose petals as accents on the tables. As for the flower
girl, she should be holding a basket filled with rose petals to scatter
down the wedding aisle as she paves the way for the bride's grand
entrance. (Check with your wedding venue to make sure they allow fresh
petals, if not, they would probably be O.K. with silk petals.)
if roses are not your thing? There are other flowers that would also do
a wonderful job at setting the tone for your romantic valentine's day
wedding. Carnations, orchids, lilies, daisies or tulips would all be
acceptable substitutes for the rose if you are anti-rose. However, the
fact remains that the ideal wedding flowers for a Valentine wedding
would definitely include red roses, possibly combined with pink roses
for a splash of light pink or a few white calla lilies to add even more
class to your Valentine bouquet.
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