It’s officially February, so love is in the air—and not just for our brides! With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, everyone is feeling a little more romantic. We’ve been inspired by Valentine’s Day to find romantic elements that our newlyweds can incorporate into their special day, in any season. Our DFW wedding venue can be transformed into a romantic setting on any day of the year!

A few romantic touches on your special day will go a long way. Take a peek at a few of our favorite Valentine’s Day-inspired elements:

  • Candles: Candles are one of the most romantic décor items you can add to your wedding day. Create dimension on your tablescapes with pillar candles of different heights, or give florals a magical glow with twinkling tea lights.
  • Lighting: pretty lighting can really set the mood at your DFW wedding venue. Add twinkling string lights or soft luminaries for a romantic glow throughout your reception area. Soft lights overhead and on your tablescapes will create an ephemeral feel you and your guests will love.
  • Chocolate: we definitely believe in chocolate year-round, not just during the Valentine’s season. While most couples incorporate chocolate into their groom cake, get creative about romantic ways to bring this sweet treat into your reception. Chocolate-covered strawberries make delectable hors d’oeuvres, or you can pull out all the stops with a late night chocolate candy bar that will blow your guests away.
  • Roses: who says roses are only appropriate on February 14? We love this traditional bloom year-round, in every hue. Red roses make a dramatic statement, while white offer a more subtle element of romance. Originally, in Victorian times, red roses signified love, beauty and passion; on the other hand, white roses indicated “happy love.” In 2016, we’re seeing trends toward large full blooms grouped with luscious greenery. Roses of any style are sure to make a romantic statement!

These items are the perfect way to bring the romantic atmosphere of Valentine’s Day to your own wedding. Celebrate the love you share with elements that speak to the romance of the occasion. No matter when you tie the knot, the day is sure to be a romantic one! And to all of our engaged couples and newlyweds, happy Valentine’s Day! We hope you enjoy a sweet holiday together.