Happy Valentine's Day! Whether you and your beloved are fans of the holiday and go all out with a night on the town or prefer to stay in, today is a day that celebrates love nationwide. In honor of the amorous festivities many couples will be celebrating this Valentine's Day, we pulled together some of our favorite ways to incorporate romantic pink and red elements into your special day.
For those who are expecting a proposal today, let this be your first foray into wedding planning – you may even want to incorporate some of the hues reminiscent of the holiday when you said "yes!" And for couples already in the midst of planning your big day, you may not have even thought of some of these ways to incorporate more of this rosy pink-and-red color palette.
While your wedding ring box will be with you long after the wedding, you can use it in flat lays with your wedding invitation or other photos in your wedding album to incorporate a romantic rosy hue in your wedding photos. Photo by Wendy Wilson Photography; From Real Wedding: Romantic Rooftop Ceremony + Ballroom Reception in New Orleans
Be inspired by festive floral prints and bright pink details for your wedding invitation suite and paper goods. We love when couples add a unique envelope liner that really makes their stationery suite pop! Photo by Todd Pelowe Photography; From Real Wedding: Catholic Ceremony + Modern and Chic Tented Reception in Cincinnati
Perhaps one of the easiest way to incorporate Valentine's Day-inspired details into your wedding day is with your bridal bouquet. Valentine's Day flowers are one of the most popular Valentine's Day gifts, and the look seamlessly transitions to the wedding day! Photo by Bob & Dawn Davis Photography; From Real Wedding: Church Ceremony + Colorful Tented Reception at a Private Residence. See our guide: Choosing the Perfect Valentine's Day Flowers
Even if the rest of your wedding décor doesn't have any pink or red details, you can create a romantic pop of color with your wedding shoes! They're often not seen at the wedding itself; however, they'll make an impact in your wedding photos! Photo by Sallee Photography; From Real Wedding: Rustic & Chic Lakeside Wedding with Geometric Details in California
While we love a neutral color palette, we encourage couples to not be afraid of color! If you want to stick to classic hues, pair pink and red florals with accents of greenery for a timeless, romantic look! Photo by Ryan Phillips Photography; Floral Design by The Hidden Garden; Planning & Design by Sterling Engagements; From Real Event: Romantic 30th Wedding Anniversary & Vow Renewal with Pink Palette
Whether your entire ceremony showcases pink and red flowers, or you want to add a pop of color with the flower crowns for your flower girls, it's a wonderful way to add an amorous feel to your nuptials. Photo by Amy Anaiz Photography; From Real Wedding: Rooftop Ceremony + Glam Reception with Chic Blooms in New York City
Another easy way to incorporate pink into your wedding day is with bridesmaid dresses! Blush is one of the most popular colors of bridesmaid gowns since nearly everyone looks good in the hue, and it's neutral enough to go with plenty of décor schemes. Photo by Laurie Bailey Photography; From Real Wedding: Oceanfront Wedding Ceremony + Classic, Romantic Ballroom Reception
A cute way to add a bit of Valentine's Day flair to your wedding day is with the seating chart! For the DIY bride, spray paint a cork board in pink, add a gold frame, and use heart-shaped push pins to secure table assignments! Photo by Lauren Gabrielle Photography; From Real Wedding: Lovely Country Club Summer Wedding with Tent Reception in Ohio
For a cute way to pay homage to the holiday without having too much of a theme, serve rosé or Champagne in a blush-tinted coupe glass with arrow-shaped drink stirrers placed through pink macarons! Photo by Abby Jiu Photography; Month-of Planning by Evoke Design & Creative; From Real Wedding: Chic Parisian Romance-Inspired Spring Wedding in Washington, DC
If you're setting up a custom bar at your wedding cocktail hour or reception, consider adding floral-embellished letters with your new monogram! Photo by TimWill Photography; From Real Wedding: Alfresco Wedding + Indoor Reception with Organic, Natural Elements
We love a gorgeous sweetheart table! If you want to incorporate pink and red wedding details, consider embellishing your entire sweetheart table with romantic flowers to create a stunning, fragrant display! Photo by Brandon Kidd Photography; From Real Wedding: Vibrant Alfresco Ceremony + Ballroom Reception in Newport Beach, CA
Want to add an elegant pop of color to your wedding table? Simply add a beautiful linen or amp up your tabletop rentals with colorful glassware! Photo by Melody Melikian Photography; Floral Design by Eddie Zaratsian Lifestyle & Design; From Real Event: Stylish Bridal Shower with Pops of Punchy Shades & Lovely Florals
Your wedding cake is a wonderful way to add pink and red details to your wedding décor! Choose a buttercream or fondant in the romantic shades, or simply add tiers of fresh or sugar flowers to the confection! Photo by Carasco Photography; From Real Wedding: Church Ceremony with Nigerian Traditions + Chic Ballroom Reception
While white will always be the most popular color for a wedding dress, more and more brides are choosing to wear gowns in alternative hues – one of the favorites being blush or pink! Photo by Style & Story Creative; From Real Wedding: Catholic Ceremony + Romantic & Modern Outdoor Wedding Reception
The latest trend in modern weddings is incorporating a neon wedding sign into the décor of the ceremony, reception, or after-party! Photo by McCune Photography; From Real Wedding: NFL Player Levine Toilolo & Stephanie Ming's California Wedding
For more ideas, discover what to do on Valentine's Day as an engaged couple, discover Valentine's Day gift ideas for everyone you love, see last-minute gift ideas to get for your beloved, and view a romantic styled wedding shoot inspired by the holiday of love.