As I’m sure you are all aware, Valentine’s Day is this Saturday! This holiday is regarded as the most romantic holiday of all. Perhaps you have just recently gotten engaged and you are trying to decide when to schedule your wedding day. Although this weekend may be a bit too soon, next year will be here before you know it and what better weekend to get married than near Valentine’s Day? And even if you’re not engaged, it doesn’t hurt to dream a little right? For all of you hopeless romantics out there, this Valentine’s Day wedding inspiration is for you!
ps: these ideas are easily incorporated into non-Valentine’s weddings, too!
This first idea is one of my favorites. They’ve taken a print of their fingerprints, and had them blown up in the shape of a heart onto a framed canvas. Below the heart shaped fingerprint are their names. They set the frame on an easel and let their wedding guests sign the canvas as a memento. I absolutely love this idea, and will be incorporating this into my own wedding — someday, obviously!
Unless you live under a rock, I’m sure you’re fully aware that macarons are all the rage in Europe and the United States. They are the most amazing French pastries (although there are Italian versions, as well!), and they fully live up to the hype. I must admit that I am thoroughly obsessed and addicted. I fell in love with this twist on the traditional pink macaron. If you are planning a Valentine’s Day themed wedding this delicacy is a must-have. The x’s and o’s are painted on with gold edible paint to create the perfect Valentine’s inspired touch.
I am honestly drooling over this bouquet. This is the kind of bouquet that will turn heads when you finally make your big debut and float down the aisle. I love that they added so many various shades of pink and red. The bouquet is made up of peonies, roses and cranberries. I absolutely adore the cranberry touch. It’s so unique and chic!
This Valentine’s inspired table scape is breathtaking. I love the pink and cream poms. These are relatively easy to make and make such an exquisite centerpiece. Top it all off with glass dinnerware and flowers for the centerpiece and you have an elegant, timeless table setting that is perfect for a valentines inspired wedding!
Happy Valentine’s Day!