Wedding bows on Valentine’s Day

“On this day you choose to get married

Endless thoughts abound in your head.

The fireworks you feel inside

You smile that you try to hide.

As anyone can see clearly

You two were meant to be.

The love that they both emanate

It makes their union more than destiny.

As you start to travel this road

Their story together has yet to unfold.

As you put on your wedding rings

And walk down the aisle hand in hand.

Remember this day forever.

This is the day they became husband and wife

The day you joined your hearts for life. ”

A wedding is the beginning of the union … of walks in the rain, sunbathing, sharing meals, caring for each other and feeling the love that comes with a marriage. Someone had rightly said that “marriages are made in heaven.”

By any chance, if you are getting married on Valentine’s Day, then you must be a true romantic. This very special day in everyone’s life should reflect all the romance with special effects and extras. Even if you don’t get married on February 14, one can easily incorporate some of these touches for this day.

Wear:

A retro look on Valentine’s Day is always welcome. One can wear an elegant dress and a tuxedo. For some fashion advice, you can even watch some movies like FUNNY FACE; MY BEST FRIEND’S WEDDING; A WEDDING PLANNER, etc.

A second option would be a white dress with red details. Pull the hair back and put some red roses in it. Wrap a red stole around your arms and carry a bouquet of red roses.

Have the bridesmaids wear a similar outfit with different shades of pink, mauve, and silver. Have the groomsmen wear red ties with different red and pink boutonnieres.

Setting:

Valentine’s Day is a very popular day to tie in wedding wonders, so be very careful when selecting your wedding venue. Choose a place where many candles can be lit to create the atmosphere for the evening ceremony. Alternatively, one can look for somewhere warm enough in mid-February, to be in a secluded garden, or it can be a penthouse with lush flowers all around. Decorate how to decorate a special dinner, with light music, soft lights, flowing linen, flowers, candles and a lot of atmosphere.

Ceremony:

Include all traditional ceremonies and rituals. Ask married couples to stand up during the wedding and reaffirm their love for each other.

Music:

A string quartet or an Italian opera can create the right atmosphere. If you want to have a DJ, ask him to put up a list full of romantic songs.

Flowers:

A wedding can be a dream, and one that is not easily forgotten, if the floral decorations and accompanying lighting can be carefully planned.

The beauty and fragrance of flowers, combined with the use of natural lights, candles, and sets of lighting fixtures, add up to enhance your wedding theme.

If the place of marriage has a romantic paradise setting, then one can set the scene with soft lights, pastel shades of pink, lilac, creamy white, a golden tint should be present in the lights, flowers and ribbons.

Wear bright lights with sparkling touches of gold, orange, cobalt blue, hot pink, purples, and reds on your flowers and accessories.

Menu:

A wedding menu shouldn’t be so heavy. Include a variety of drinks and desserts. This can easily fan the spark among your guests. Don’t forget the liquor. Wine is a must. But also keep non-alcoholic beverages. I don’t think you want any of your guests or relatives to hook up at the venue.

Plan a meal according to the trend. Check with your catering service provider about what’s new. Trends come and go, like the gentle morning breeze. If you can smell it or take it, you are the champion!

No matter what you serve on the platter, just remember, KISS … Keep it simple, honey!

Invitations:

Pinstripes are all the rage now. A mix of classic and contemporary invitation can be an elegant script juxtaposed with a playful striped edge.

Set the tone for invitations by writing something like “Come celebrate love and romance on Valentine’s Day at the wedding of ………………….. … .. ”

Keep separate invitation cards for different age guests.

Special touches:

Instead of numbering the tables, name them. Maybe after some famous romantic couples. These can be real: Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn. Fiction: Fred and Wilma Flintstones. Classic: Romeo and Juliet. Or old: Antony and Cleopatra. Other famous couples are Adam and Eve; Robin Hood and Maid Marian; Paris and Helen, etc. You can even name celebrity couples like Courteney Cox and David Arquette; John Lennon and Yoko; Paul McCartney and Heather Mills, etc.

Honeymoon:

Besides choosing a dress, honeymoon planning could be the most stressful part of a wedding. It is one of the trips of a lifetime, which is guaranteed to create memories for a lifetime.

Hear from your fellow travelers and discover their secrets to choosing the right destination, finding the perfect hotel, and taking all the stress out of the honeymoon, turning it into a wonderful escape from the wedding day frenzy.

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