13 Valentine’s Day Wedding Ideas to Send Your Heart Aflutter

It’s hard not to get swept up in the romance of a Valentine’s Day wedding. And why would you even try? The lovers’ holiday is the perfect occasion to embrace your romantic side with a feminine lace dress and a crimson lip. Your guests can enjoy romantic cocktails and sweet treats. And when it comes to decor, think red roses and heart-shaped signage. Planning to get hitched in mid-February? Here, some Valentine’s Day wedding ideas that are sure to send your heart a flutter.

Set the mood (and color scheme) for your big day with sophisticated shades of deep burgundy and dusty rose.

Trade in traditional programs for a whimsical watercolor ombré design.

Give your big day a dose of drama with bold red bridesmaid dresses. Get the groomsmen in on the action with matching ties.

Opt for a Valentine’s Day-inspired bouquet, like this one of peonies, garden roses, anemones and green mist Queen Anne’s lace, created by The Flower Story Co.

Treat your guests to a cocktail hour full of love and libations. Your friends and family won’t be able to resist True Love’s Kiss or a Blushing Beauty.

Romance your guests with the decadent duo of strawberries and champagne. For a flirty touch, slice berries into hearts.

Skip plain white and give your guests a laugh with these whimsical dessert plates.

An intimate seating area is the perfect place for guests to enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. A mix of vintage velvet couches, upholstered chairs and gold accents makes for a regal and romantic vibe.

Looking for a sweet alternative to escort cards? Opt for a pink seating chart.

Spray roses, candles, blush-hued glass and ‘xo’ macarons create a sweet tablescape.

Boxes of bonbons ensure everyone goes home with a tasty takeaway to remember the extraordinary evening.

Make your walk down the aisle one to remember with a runway of ombré rose petals.

Don’t leave all the romantic florals for your tables and bouquets! Add edible flowers to simple wreath cookies for an Insta-worthy moment.

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