If your wedding is set for February 14th, you’ll want to check out some of these amazing Valentine’s Day wedding ideas. From choosing a red and pink color scheme to filling the reception hall with hearts, there are so many ways to make your special day perfect for you and your soon-to-be forever valentine. I hope you get inspired!
Spread the love at your Valentine’s Day themed wedding with this amazing decoration! Easy to DIY, all you have to do is wrap yarn around store-bought letters, and you have a statement piece for your ceremony or reception hall. For a full tutorial, check out My Sister’s Suitcase blog.
If you like the idea of incorporating the word “love” into your wedding decor but want a more rustic look, try using a burlap banner instead of yarn. Again, this project is easy to DIY. All you need is some burlap and paint. I love the way it looks hung over this old wooden window along with a string of lights!
Heart Chair Decorations
Heart decorations are a must-have at a Valentine’s Day affair, and they are so easy to make! You can create your own heart garland with just some paper and a string. I love the way the pink paper pops against the white chairs at this reception.
Balloons are a fun and easy way to bring hearts into your Valentine’s Day themed wedding. This couple gave their guests small heart balloons and kept two large ones for themselves. Their wedding photos came out great!
Add some Valentine’s Day pizazz to your wedding cake with an arrow straight from Cupid’s bow! This cake looks stunning with its touches of pink, red, and gold. Just imagine what you can do with your wedding cake!
It wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day without chocolates and heart candies, and it wouldn’t be a wedding without a dessert table. Put the two together for a beautiful and delicious dessert display! Not to mention, I love the soft rustic elements in this design!
When it comes to flowers, Valentine’s Day and weddings go hand in hand. Make your special day a Valentine’s Day to remember with beautiful roses. Add rose petals to your centerpieces, sprinkle them down the aisle, or throw them in the air after you say “I do!”