When you can get married on Valentine's Day, why even think about getting married on any other day? While some people consult astrologers and holy men to zero in on the perfect day to exchange vows, wouldn't it just make so much more sense to get married on the day that is all about love? Take a minute to think about it. Marriage is an institution that is built on the firm foundations of love, and this love reaches a high every year on Valentine's Day, going by the dates on the calendar at least. If you are in love and want to tie the knot in style and do it on a day that is oh-so-special, do so on Valentine's Day. In fact, a Valentine's Day themed wedding is what you really need to get married in style. Go ahead and read on to discover what it takes to put together a great Valentine's Day wedding. Here, it is important to focus more on the larger picture and less on smaller details! Trail down the write-up for more on Valentine's Day wedding ideas.
Invitations! Invitations! Invitations!
When it comes to invitations for a Valentine's Day wedding, the colors red and white are what you should be looking at. Conventionally speaking, these two colors have always been associated with Valentine's Day. Another reason why you should stick to these colors is because they are the true representative of Valentine's Day. With these two colors as the foundation of your wedding invite, you can feel free to experiment with the text on the card and the design that will display how creative you and your significant other are.
The Right Threads
If you are looking to have the perfect Valentine's Day wedding, you will need to put on the right threads. As far as the bride is concerned, a beautiful red dress can work wonders on the big day. Red as opposed to white adds more life to the whole idea of having a Valentine's Day themed wedding. If, as a bride, you are not comfortable with the idea of wearing a red dress, you can find a safer option in pink! Pink is one color that can give you the best of both the worlds, because it is just a combination of red and white and looks so light. You can feel free to accessorize your look with just about anything. Moving onto the 'man of the day', it is important for the groom to be 'dressed' up too. Here, it wouldn't suffice if the groom just wears a boring black suit, a black tie and a white shirt. A Valentine's Day wedding calls for a lot more than this. Here it would make a lot of sense to wear a white suit, a pink shirt and a black tie. On paper, this may seem like a disastrous combination, but when worn on the big day, it can fit really well into the big picture. However, if you are not too happy about wearing a white suit, you can wear a black one instead, but don't give the pink shirt a miss.
Roses For Everyone
Now, to complete the picture, apart from usual wedding decor, you will need variety of roses in different hues to pull off the perfect V-day wedding. However, mostly red roses are what you should be looking at since red roses only go on to convey love. The other colors can come into play to ensure that you don't have too much of red at your wedding, for in the end, too much of anything is nothing but bad news. Create balance, from the furniture to the decorations at your wedding. Balance as far as the looks and colors go.
That is it! With these three 'things to remember', you are as good as on your way to a perfect Valentine's Day themed wedding.
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