Planning Valentines Day Wedding – Part 3

Tips for Flowers

Red roses are the obvious choice on Valentine’s Day; but they aren’t your only choice. White, cream, and pink flowers also make lovely bouquets and floral designs. You can use them alone or n combination with traditional red roses. If a more modern approach to the Valentine’s Day wedding is wanted, think of the beauty of exotic flowers but keep with the Valentine’s day color theme.

You can use ribbons, feathers and other adornments n a bouquet of white roses or other flowers to incorporate a Valentine’s Day feeling.

Heart shaped wreaths adorning the doors to the ceremony or reception give a romantic first look into your romantic wedding. A simple circlet of red roses around a pillar candle says romance elegantly and sometimes less s more.

Use a combination of pink and red rose petals to decorate tables and for the flower girl to sprinkle down the aisle. Float roses or carnations in crystal bowls filled with water along with floating candles or use just the candles. Floating candles are available shaped like flowers in an assortment of styles and colors. Create a soft and romantic ambiance with an abundance of flowers and candles.


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