Planning a Valentine’s themed wedding might sound a bit cheesy at first, but if you take the right steps you can turn the whole thing around into something spectacular!
Let’s take things from the start and see how you could welcome your guests in a proper Valentine’s way! Choose a cocktail in pretty pink or light red like “Singapore Sling”, “Spicy pomegranate” or “Paloma”. Of course if you want to go the extra mile you could welcome them with a glass of champagne and a scoop of pink colored ice-cream.
* yes, it tastes as delicious as it sounds! *
With their cocktails in hand, the next stop is probably the candy bar. Delicious treats, tailor made cake-pops, sugar rocks and macaron are some of the delicacies that can be elegantly decorated on the table. Don’t forget that the candy bar is part of your decoration and requires attention to detail as well; fresh flowers, beautiful vases and the stationary are an integral part of the set up so they need to be in line with the concept.
Ombre has become a popular feature for gradually blending one color hue to another. This technique can also be applied to flower arrangements or even backdrops, thus giving the opportunity to combine all shades from white to fuchsia and create a stunning centerpiece.
If you want to add a wow factor to your wedding, you can definitely ask for a floral composition that will be hanging over the bridal table.
When talking about a Valentine’s themed wedding, Cupid’s arrows are one of the first things that come into one’s mind. Since the day itself imposes that you think outside the box, why don’t you leave aside the standard place cards, and have instead Cupid’s arrows with a little card with their name on the table? This could also serve as a keepsake for your guests that will remind them of your oh-so-cute wedding reception!
Because after all, a Valentine’s themed wedding is all about love, and so is your wedding!
Hanging Flower Composition: www.afloral.com
Candy Bar: Pinterest
Wedding Favors & Seating Chart: www.onefabday.com
Pink & Gold centerpiece: www.greenweddingshoes.com
Ombre centerpiece: www.afloral.com
Welcome Drink Champagne: www.thecookierookie.com
Arrow Place Card: www.celebrate.com