Planning a love-filled, Valentine’s Day wedding? With the all-hearts holiday coming up, we’re sharing some fun inspiration for a pink and gold Valentine’s Day wedding, complete with perfectly pink florals and gold details to die for.
If you’re planning a Valentine’s Day wedding, plan to go all out in every aspect of the day – including attire for you, your groom and everyone in your wedding party. What screams Valentine’s Day wedding more than a blush pink wedding gown? With layers of pink tulle and lace, you’ll look beyond stunning in this show-stopping hue.
For your bridesmaids, choose a mix of blush and gold hues for their gowns, and the more sparkle the better! Mixing and matching bridesmaids dresses allows each maid to dress to their body type, and they’ll love being so sparkly and festive for this pink and gold Valentine’s Day wedding.
Don’t forget about the groom and his guys! Crisp white shirts with pink suspenders and bowties are the perfect match to you and your ladies. Have your groom stand out with a bowtie in a different color or pattern that matches your gown.
Gilded Gold Decor
You can’t go wrong with gold decor in your centerpieces, drink stations and cake table for this pink and gold Valentine’s Day wedding. Gold candlestick holders, vases and chargers on the the tables add the perfect amount of glitz to your wedding day, and sweet little candle holders with sparkly hearts are made for this theme.
Step up your gold game and add in some extra shimmer by using gold flatware, champagne flutes and wine glasses with gold rims or detail. This extra attention to detail will show your guests that you truly thought of everything for your love-filled day.
Perfectly Pink Hues
Perfectly fitting with your gold details, different hues of pink pulled together in bouquets for the vases, garlands for the display tables and cake toppers for the tiered cake are a lovely idea for this theme. Choose peonies, garden roses and hydrangeas in different shades that complement each other and you’ll have wedding florals you love.
Add pink into other aspects of your wedding decor, too. Choose pink tapers for your candlestick holders, pink linens for your place settings and pink frosting for your sweets. These mix and match hues will pull your entire look together into a cohesive and beautiful wedding day.
Speaking of sweets, you can never have too many at a pink and gold Valentine’s Day wedding! A tiered cake is lovely for cutting, and add in cupcakes, frosted cookies, macaroons and candies so your guests have plenty of options to choose from. Their sweet tooth will be satisfied!
Having your wedding day around Valentine’s Day is a wonderful way to celebrate your love and a new chapter in your lives. With pops of pink and gold, you’ll have special memories from your big day, and Valentine’s Day will have a little extra meaning for you both each year.
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