Valentine’s Day is almost upon us and here at Glitzy Secrets, we are feeling the love! To celebrate the romance of the day, we thought we’d share some swoon-worthy floral inspiration with you, focusing on Valentine’s Wedding Bouquets that are bound to capture your heart.
If you want a Valentine’s Day inspired colour palette for your wedding, there are actually a few to choose from. You can keep it traditional with a red, cranberry red or you could opt for a modern vibe with dusty rose hues, or you could mix them both together for a colour scheme that will leave your guests feeling utterly smitten.
Renowned as the most romantic of flowers, roses are the go-to choice of bloom for Valentine’s Day and this stunning flower will always remain a classic choice for brides-to-be. Roses symbolise romance, passion and love, making them the perfect fit for your bridal bouquet. Work in an array of different types of roses to keep it on-trend yet timeless. There are hundreds of different types that are available all year round, with lots of pretty pink and red shades about. Consider the size, colour, scent and even the texture of your roses. Let your florist know you want them to fit in with a Valentine’s Day-themed wedding and they will be able to offer their expertise.
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We love the thought of dusty pink or even ‘millennial’ pink peonies for your Valentine’s Day bridal bouquet. While still incredibly romantic, this sumptuous shade will give your bouquet a modern, edgy vibe that will work wonderful in an urban-luxe venue. Team it with a leather jacket or striking tiara and you’re aisle-ready!
If you want a Valentine’s Day bouquet that has a rustic-romantic feel, work in plenty of trailing foliage and greenery. By using lots of leafy greens, you’ll make sure your bouquet is relaxed yet still very stylish. This will work particularly well if you are planning on using foliage throughout the rest of your wedding décor, including garlands along tables, window sills or even the aisle.
For brides who adore a pop of colour, opt for a bouquet brimming with an array of pink and red hues. From hot pink, deep red, pale peach and even rich purple, the colours will work together wonderfully, and your Valentine’s Day wedding bouquet will be bloomin’ beautiful.
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If you want to keep your bridal bouquet fairly simple but with a subtle nod towards Valentine’s Day, why not tie two or three flowing ribbons around the stems of white roses. Opt for a red and pink velvet bouquet for some serious romance!
Go all out with your Valentine’s Day wedding by opting for a stunning heart-shaped bouquet. Using a selection of twigs, your florist will be able to create an illusion heart shape that can be decorated with flowers of your choice. This is a divine choice for a woodland or rustic wedding theme.
We’ve fallen head over heels in love with the thought of a Valentine’s Day bridal bouquet!
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