Photo by Olivia Hutcherson Bride and Groom
''I feel it in my fingers, I feel it in my toes, the love that's all around me, and so the feeling grows...'' are the lyrics of a popular song by The Troggs. All couples have their unique ''how we met'' story, but how about adding one more romantic chapter, and getting married on Valentine's day? We can't imagine anything more romantic than that! According to La Times, couples in Los Angeles were four times as likely to pick Valentine's day for their wedding than the average day.
Photo by Ben Rosett Wedding sign
So many stars decided to tie the knot on Valentine's day too, such as Salma Hayek, Benedict Cumberbatch, Meg Ryan, Elton John, and the list goes on. There is one problem about selecting this day though, as this is a very popular date for weddings, it can be difficult and a bit pricey to secure a venue, or choosing flowers that are on the budget. So, if you opt for this date, start planning as far in advance as you can ( at least 6 months in advance). You can read more tips on how to plan your Valentine's day wedding on the link.
What Wedding Dress To Choose?
When choosing a wedding dress, so many factors play a big role; from the neckline, fit, material, color...
Classic lace dress styles and colors such as ivory and white are always a winner. Perfect for traditional brides! Go for A-line gowns or figure-hugging mermaid gowns. We have picked three beautiful ivory dresses from our collection, and they're all under $300.
Princessly A-line and Mermaid Wedding Dresses
#2 Go Bold
If you want to add a bit of color to your Valentine's Day wedding, opt for a blush pink, champagne, or even red wedding dress. Another option is to choose a white wedding dress with red or blush pink accents. Here are our picks.
Princessly Wedding Dresses Collection