Valentine’s Day is all about the code “pink”, wedding ideas for you might include a wedding on Cupid’s special day. To make your Valentine’s wedding extra special, you will want to consider some of the following elements.
Code Pink Wedding Dresses and Bridesmaid/Flower Girl Dresses
If you’re planning a Louisville Valentine’s Day wedding, you’ll want to decide on what exactly should be pink and what shouldn’t. While many of the bridal stores in the area stick with the traditional white wedding dress, you can often order a dress in pink. Since prom dresses are already out in full force, you may want to visit Dillard’s at the St. Matthews Mall and see if any of the dressier versions will work for your wedding. As an added bonus, you may save hundreds of dollars over a similar white wedding dress. However, if you want the traditional long train, you’re probably better off special ordering the dress of your choice in a difference color.
If you prefer a white wedding dress, you can still have a pink wedding, by choosing pink bridesmaid and flower girl dresses. Any color of pink will work. You can choose from the softest petal pink to a deep fuschia.
The way to keep your code pink wedding decorations from looking like a bottle of Pepto Bismol exploded in the church is to vary the different shades of pink. You should go for pale to deep pink and everything in between in flowers, ribbons and tulle. You may also want to work in some ivory or white to break up some of the pinkness.
If you simply want to be surrounded by pink flowers, you might want to consider a wedding location like the Arboretum at the University of Kentucky. The weddings are outdoors, so you’ll want to push yours into warmer weather.
Pink speaks of the first blush of love and new beginnings. Your pink wedding is sure to be a memorable event.