Among all the hearts and flowers, don’t forget that a Valentine’s Day wedding will take place during winter, so do bear that in mind when choosing your outfits and decor. It’s the perfect alternative to Christmas time for a winter wonderland theme.
Your love story
This is the ideal date to share your own love story with your guests. You could do this via photographic display, for example, sharing images of you together since you met – as well as separately from decades before.
From the wedding flowers to the cake and decor, you may well want classic Valentine hues to influence your colour scheme. If too much pink and red seems overly sugary, you could use splashes of deep fuchsia or ruby among black and white, or team light pink with soft grey. Imagine the irresistible contrast being expertly captured on camera by your Liverpool wedding photographer.
Your signature cocktail
When better to create a signature cocktail than on Valentine’s Day? Share a pink or red toned concoction with your guests and it’s something they might never forget. Again, if a brightly coloured drink seems too garish for your tastes, go for adding pink or red fruits to float on the top instead. Raspberries or strawberries will work especially well.
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