Love is in the air this Valentine’s season! While February 14 holds significant meaning for most couples every year, there’s something special about your only Valentine’s Day as an engaged couple. Brides, make this Valentine’s Day a romantic affair for you and your fiancé—after all, most couples only get one Valentine’s Day as an engaged couple. Here are a few tips to make this February 14 particularly romantic:
- Write a love note: take time this Valentine’s season to write a sincere love letter to your fiancé. When wedding planning gets overwhelming, he’ll love having this special treasure to remind him of your love. Even better? Write another note, dated February 14, for him to open on your wedding day! Don’t forget to seal both with a kiss.
- Surprise him with a spontaneous getaway! Even if you only have one day to celebrate, whisk him away on a spontaneous adventure. Drive to a local bed and breakfast, or visit a park outside the city limits. Do something outside your routine to spark a romantic air of excitement for the whole day long.
- Go all-out on décor: while it may seem like he doesn’t take interest in décor on a regular basis, he’ll be sure to take notice of wow-worthy décor this Sunday. Pull out all the stops for your Valentine’s dinner table if you’re eating at home… candles, roses, glass vases. Layer decadent textures with a tablecloth or runner topped with lush greenery and blooming buds. If you’re going out to dinner, you can still make your home a Valentine’s dream with rose petals and twinkling lights that set the mood for a romantic evening.
No matter how you celebrate, just make sure to enjoy each other’s company. This Valentine’s day is a special one, and you deserve to share a romantic day together. To continue the romance, feel free to get in touch and see what our San Francisco wedding planner service can do for you. We would love to plan a wedding that encompasses your unique love story, down to every last detail.
Best wishes to all our Carolyn Wilson Weddings and Events couples, past and present!