Even if you don’t plan to hold your wedding on Valentine’s Day weekend, you can still have beautiful, romantic bouquets in multiple shades of pink and red. Accent with deep purple or peach for something a little different. Adding ostrich feathers makes a dramatic and glamorous statement. And little sparkling rhinestones glued onto roses and calla lilies or just placed between the flowers add a little bling bling edge.
Lots of different soft textures evoke romance and love, so plan to have a bouquet of various types of flowers in the same color family. Flowers for romance include roses, of course, as well as the multi-petaled ranunculus, cymbidium orchids, fluffy peonies, mini calla lilies, and sweet peas. You can also decorate the bouquet handles with lace overlays, rhinestones, or large satin bows. Let your bridal bouquet speak the language of love!