7 Non-Cheesy Ways To Add Valentine’s Day Romance To Your Wedding

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The idea of a Valentine’s Day themed wedding might bring to mind excessive use of the colors pink and red and heart-shaped… well, everything. But we say what better way to celebrate your love than including aspects of the most romantic day of the year? We’re saying yes to a subtle and stylish Valentine’s Day wedding theme. Prove the naysayers wrong with these 7 sweet wedding ideas that bring out the timeless spirit of Valentine’s Day.

1. Cutesy Centerpieces
Channel Saint Valentine himself in your table décor with a pretty in pink centerpiece that will command attention on your table.Jane Can

2. Red Velvet Sweets
A more delicious and festive colored cake simply does not exist. Plus, big or small, red velvet is the only type of cake that looks better naked.Carike Ridout Photography

3. Bridesmaid Dresses
Paired with soft curls, a flowy dress in a pale shade of pink can emphasize your V-Day theme without seeming overdone or tacky.Jordan BrittleyJustin DeMutiis Photography

4. We Heart Favors
New rule of thumb: heart-shaped objects for a Valentine’s Day Wedding are okay in small portions. A take-home heart for your guests is adorable in our book, especially if it’s edible.Coco TranThe White Company

5. Bridal Shoes
We love a pop of color to complement a gorg white gown. An unexpected red shoe will set you apart from the rest! KT Merry Photography

Renata J Photography

6. Romantic Roses
These classic flowers carry the unofficial title of “most romantic flower in the world.” As a bonus, they’re extremely photogenic!Jasmine Star PhotographyOne Love Photography

7. Festive Food
Could it get any cuter? You know we’ll take any excuse to have pizza at a wedding!Little Peanut Mag

--Victoria Salazar

 
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