Valentine's Day Wedding Theme: Majestic & Love Filled Wedding!

by Admin Feb 14, 2020 at 05:03 pm WEDDING

‘Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind. And therefore is winged Cupid painted blind’, said the great WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE himself. William Shakespeare puts forth his definition of what makes love true in his untitled sonnet beginning with “Let me not to the marriage of true minds.” We totally agree with William Shakespeare's definition of love. Love is among the most commonly expressed sentiments.





Have you heard of Valentine's Day?? Oh! We bet you did! Valentine's Day is celebrated in most countries, different cultures have developed their own traditions for this festival. In some parts of the world, Valentine's Day is observed as a day for expressing love between family members and friends, rather than that of romantic couples. Some traditions include leaving lollies and gifts for children and others include acts of appreciation between friends. Valentine's Day is most commonly associated with romantic love, and if you are getting married on Valentine's Day then you will definitely love this blog. Weddings are mainly known for their surreal and alluring decor but have you wondered having a wedding completely inspired by Valentine’s Day theme? If you're planning Valentine's Day wedding—or just mid-February nuptials—there are countless ways you can incorporate the romantic holiday into every detail of your big day. Looking for more subtle Valentine's Day wedding ideas? Try selecting red and pink blooms for your bouquet and serving your guests rosé cocktails. You can even send your guests off with Valentine's Day bouquets as wedding favors!



Ready to embrace your romantic side? Here are some Valentine's Day wedding ideas that are sure to send your heart aflutter. Set the mood (and color scheme) for your big day with sophisticated shades of deep burgundy and dusty rose in your invitation suite. Bring on the blooms! (On Valentine's Day–inspired shades of red and pink,
of course.)
Dress your bridesmaids in the hue of the holiday with red bridesmaid dresses. As for your wedding dress,
consider trading the traditional white/red wedding dress for a blush gown or saree. And for your bridal bouquet,
choose blooms in Valentine's Day-inspired hues. A trailing red ribbon is also a romantic touch. Or try fiery flower crown on. Henna is an important part of a traditional South Asian wedding. It’s also a great opportunity to get creative with your Valentine’s Day theme.

 

This bride may opt for an ornate heart motif for her palms and forearms that is sure to blow her groom away! Go big with a ceremony backdrop Cupid would definitely approve of. This couple used ombré streamers in shades of scarlet and gold. Romance your guests with the decadent duo of berries and sparkling rosé. For a flirty touch, slice the berries into hearts. 
Baked goods are always a hit. Pink, red & white frosted sugar cookies look as beautiful as they do delicious. By frosting them with henna patterns, or simple heart-shaped cookies, you can really make them fit perfectly into your Indian wedding.



 With a cozy ruby red velvet couch, this reception lounge area is Valentine's Day ready. Bonus points for the romantic quote written on the wall! A modern neon sign is a cool and funky way to incorporate some Valentine's Day details. Get your rings engraved with a line that the other can read-only on the day of the engagement. Make a trail in your venue where the guests can walk and see the story of you and your husband in pictures as they walk along. You can put your baby photos on the first tree, the photo of you in college in the second and then couple photos as you move forward. Have petal cones kept on each chair around the feras. Have them shower you with little petals in blush, white and rose. You can also have a ‘ring for a kiss’ bell, maybe too risque for some families, but hey peck on the cheek never hurts anyone. The person who rings the bell has to be given a kiss. Think mistletoe for wedding-hang it on your cocktail, your youngsters or your engagement. Put a love quote as a table centerpiece, play with different quotes for different tables. We know, we know, we are obsessed with big centerpieces but hey it is going to be stunning and unique.

Have a great story of your relationship as a couple? Display it on a board at the entrance or have the important dates in your relationships displayed near the mandap or on the aisle. Make your big day phenomenal dear love birds!

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