A Valentine's Day wedding without a hint of red in sight? Gasp! But, isn't it gorgeous? Sometimes the whole red & white or red & pink combo on Valentine's Day can be a little predictable. Plus, for a wedding, it can be a little over-the-top. I don't think a Valentine wedding has to be (or should be) so cliche. Instead, go for something more subtle, and far more romantic! Lace, pearls, bows, soft pinks, and greens are way more tasteful, not to mention more beautiful.
To make it feel more like Valentine's Day, why not add some SUBTLE heart details into the decorating. I stress the word "subtle" because that's the part that's absolutely crucial. You don't want your wedding to end up looking like a fourth grade classroom during a V-day party. In small doses, however, hearts will help your guests get the point (without hitting them over the head with V-day craziness), and you'll have some adorable details that they'll appreciate. And if your wedding isn't exactly ON Valentines day, this look will still help you pull off the V-day feel without going overboard. What if your wedding isn't anywhere near Valentine's day? Leave out the heart details and just focus on the color palette – it'd make a fantastic spring wedding.
First row: bridesmaid, table number, shoes, flowers
Second row: place setting, cookies
Third row: bouquet, bride
Fourth row: clutch, bride, cake, bouquet