Valentine’s Day is full of cupids, heart candies and balloons and red roses. Your Valentine’s Day wedding will make everyone’s heart beat!
Valentine’s Day is synonymous with pink and red. Depending on your style, you can go with those traditional hues or do something unexpected. For example, choose a classic black-and-white palette and subtly add hints of red or pink in the florals, favors or wedding party attire. You could even give the slightest nod with pink satin ribbons around the tiers of an all-white cake prepared by Sunshine Cake Designs in Stuart, Florida.
Soft bistro lighting creates a romantic setting, while glowing LED lights on the border of the dance floor keeps the focus on the music and dancing. And, of course, nothing says “romance” like a candlelit dinner, which will shine even brighter if you choose sequined or silky table linens
Roses on Valentine’s Day are a given. But other blooms can be just as romantic and stylish. Amaryllis is one showy winter flower that’s dramatic and gorgeous. For a rich contrast, mix deep red calla lilies, ranunculus or anemones. Contact Garden of Eve in Jupiter, Florida for advice on which flowers will work best for your wedding day.
And the wedding dress…….lace, ivory, smooth crepes and silky satin is the perfect combination for any wedding. So why not find your dream dress at Molle Bridals with the help of their bridal stylists making every part of your dream wedding come true!