Having a February wedding does not only allow the chance for a winter wedding, but also a Valentine’s Day wedding. Who wouldn’t want a wedding during the holiday made for love? You may find that you want to stick with a Valentine’s theme for your wedding. If so, there are many options for your Valentine’s wedding!
Heart shapes are a huge part of Valentine’s day and are a perfect theme for your Valentine’s themed winter wedding. This shape can be applied to many aspects of a wedding, starting with the pillow your ring bearer brings down the aisle or the boutonniere on your groom’s suit.
Plenty of parts of your wedding ceremony can involve hearts, even the wedding arch! The bride may find that there are heart-shaped options for her bouquet, so be sure to ask your florist of choice for a Valentine’s Day wedding bouquet. Are you doing an exit-toss at the end of your wedding ceremony? Invest in heart-shaped confetti!
If you are using signs to direct your guests to a venue, make them heart-shaped to keep with the theme. Looking for an easy DIY for your wedding programs? Heart-shaped programs are very easy to make. Consider adding a stick to your programs to give them extra charm. Your guests may want to use them as photo props!
Pretty in Pink
Pink is a big part of Valentine’s Day, why not consider using it as inspiration for your Valentine’s Day Wedding? You can do a lot with a pink color scheme; pink, red, and white go gorgeously together! Start with your stationery and go pink. Add pink stamps to make your invitations even more aesthetically pleasing.
A pink bouquet can be a gorgeous part of any wedding ceremony. Consider asking for an ombre bouquet that shifts from white to pink. This bouquet adds a subtle, but stunning contrast to a white wedding dress. Roses are a perfect wedding statement for a bouquet and a reception. Pink, red, and white roses will look gorgeous at any reception table and are perfect for a Valentine’s Day wedding.
While a bride doesn’t have to go pink, her bridesmaids can! Soft, light pink bridesmaid dresses are extremely classy and will give the bride a gorgeous contrast against them. Your groomsmen should consider the same shade of pink for their ties to tie the look together.
When it comes to drinks and desserts, pink is something that can be incorporated in a lot. For instance, consider serving pink drinks. Pink lemonade is a great reception drink and will look stunning in clear glasses. As for alcoholic beverages, a number of drinks can be made that will fit the pink quota.
In terms of desserts, pink macarons are a lovely addition to any table. These macarons can easily be stacked and arranged to look classy and chic. Pink cupcakes can also be arranged similarly for a pretty snack.
Cupid is a huge part of Valentine’s day that you can easily incorporate into your wedding. You can find cupid-themed stationery for your wedding invitations, as well as wedding programs. You may think that a wedding incorporating cupid might not appear as classy. It is completely possible to have a stylish wedding that incorporates cupid! Consider arrow-themed decorations for a less gaudy, more minimalistic wedding look.
Even your cake should be considered when thinking of a cupid-themed wedding. A cupid-themed wedding cake or cake topper is a cute touch to any reception! Having a photo booth at your reception? Consider investing in Valentine’s themed bow and arrows for your guests to have a ball with.
The Perfect VenueLooking for a venue for your Valentine’s Day wedding and reception? Not only will North Shore Event Center host your winter wedding, but we also have the capacity for a 200+ person reception! Enjoy gorgeous outdoor wedding scenery and a newly renovated venue for your reception!