No day of the year says “Love” more than Valentine’s Day. Sure, most couples stick to buying flowers and chocolates to celebrate February 14, but why not use the day to do something much bigger – something like vowing your love to your spouse and embarking on your new lives as newlyweds?! If you want to say “I Do” on Valentine’s Day, use these tips to make your wedding picture-perfect and low-stress. 

Stay On Theme, But Not Too Cheesy

When you choose to get married on Valentine’s Day, your wedding theme is almost preselected for you. Everyone attending knows what day it is, so don’t be afraid to lean into it! This is, after all, the only day of the year you get a free pass to have a Valentine-themed wedding.

The key is to incorporate Valentine’s Day-esque things without making your wedding feel like the Valentine’s Day decor aisle at Target. Typical Valentine’s Day symbols like hearts or Cupid’s arrows can be incorporated into your wedding decor, but it’s best to take a less-is-more approach. Adding heart-shaped confetti or using red roses in the floral arrangements are ways to embrace the day without going overboard. A similar rule applies to your wedding color scheme. Soft pink tones and deep reds play into the theme without feeling forced. 

Create A Valentine’s Day Photo Op

A Valentine’s Day wedding is an excellent opportunity to get creative with photo ops, especially at the reception. Think big with a larger-than-life heart for couples to pose in front of, a neon LOVE sign, or a Valentine-themed photo booth. These things make an excellent backdrop for a photo and act as eye-catching décor that sticks with the theme of your big day. 

If you want to make it even more fun for guests, create a hashtag for everyone to share their love-filled photos from your wedding. If you want more raw, behind-the-scenes pics, place a disposable camera on each table for guests to turn in at the end of the night, then get the photos developed for a one-of-a-kind wedding album. 

Start Planning Early

Because Valentine’s Day is the only holiday that revolves solely around love, it’s no surprise that the day is in very high demand for weddings. Venues fill up quickly, florists and bakers get overwhelmed with orders, and potential wedding guests make other Valentine’s Day plans of their own. Planning early is important for any wedding date, but especially on a day as in demand as February 14. The sooner you can book a venue, send invites, and finalize your wedding day plans, the better. 

Valentine’s Day Wedding Officiant in Boston, MA

Navigate all the components of your Valentine’s Day wedding and create memories to last a lifetime with the help of our expert team at Justice Lydon & Co.! Whether you want a wedding on the most loving day of the year or want to choose a different date, the team at Justice Lydon & Co. can help! Our Justice of the Peace is committed to providing a romantic yet unique wedding service for you and your fiancé. Contact us by call or text at 857-939-9019 today!