The countdown is officially on to Valentine’s Day. It’s time to sprinkle in the x’s and o’s with steal worthy Valentine’s Day wedding ideas that will melt your heart. A dedicated day in the name of love, Valentine’s Day is the perfect way to mark a lifetime of promises be it a wedding, engagement or special opportunity to tell the one you love just that. Today’s lovefest comes in a kissed with color editorial created by wedding professionals that know exactly how to knock our socks off. They deliver sheer prettiness that can easily be translated into a multitude of ways – and far beyond Valentine’s Day! Coordinator and designer ROQUE Events along with Eddie Zaratsian Lifestyle, Blooms by the Box, Revelry Event Design and Luxe Linen not only know how to deliver breathless design and décor ideas, but do so with their pulse on upcoming trends or fabricating them themselves. If the decor doesn’t make you drool, the sumptuous dessert table with tempting treats from Bottega Louie and Candybar Couture most certainly will! Get ready to pour over this color crushing gallery beautifully captured by Brian Leahy Photography.
Steal Worthy Valentine’s Day Wedding Ideas
This stunning modern Hollywood glam wedding is set in the sweet, warm winter months of Los Angeles. A ritzy red, soft peach, sweet coral and pops of gold radiated at the mid-century modern venue, The Fig House, with super luxy and rich ambience. The shoot portrays a complete wedding day, from the moment the bride walked down the aisle to say ‘I Do’, to enjoying perfectly paired ‘his + her’ specialty cocktails with their wedding party prepared by Pharmacie, a glamorous dinner by roomforty to follow and sharing memorable moments cutting their uber modern cake. The holiday inspired white lacquer serpentine dining table from Revelry Event Design did not disappoint as it showcased, powerful gold accents, plush dining chairs, wood chargers, sleek plateware, gold and white flatware, ruby red water goblets, ornate crystal Champagne flutes, lush red floral arrangements from Eddie Zaratsian and custom poppy colored menus from Maude Press decorated with bright red velvet ribbon. This 360-ceremony set up brought an ultra-chic vibe for the bride and groom’s nuptials. With gold and grey simple elegance there was not a bad seat in the house. The wedding party was made up of stunning glam squad bridesmaids and GQ esque groomsmen. The bride and groom were classic and timeless with a long sleeve Jinza Couture Bridal lace gown and polished Friar Tux Shop burgundy tuxedo.