It seems like Valentine’s Day offers an unending supply of romantic wedding inspiration.Here today we are here to share all the colors for this special day
Red roses symbolize energy,passion and deep love.Needless to say, red is a pretty passionate color. And passion is important when it comes to you and your Valentine. Color psychology leads us to believe that seeing red increases the heart rate, much like being in love. Some surveys claim to prove that women dresses in red have been found more attractive so be a bold bride to wear just a red dress or add the red pop in your wedding if it happens to be on Valentine’s day
Some might say that white is the absence of color because technically there is no “real” color when your eye sees white,it is considered to be the purest color-innocent and virginal. It is for this reason that white and its relatives of the beige family are the most common color for the wedding dresses so be a traditional bride wearing a white dress then.
Pink is the English word for a color often called rosa in Italian,German and Spanish. A color named after the most romantic flower must have something to do with Valentine’s day!Pink is created by mixing red and white,making it a purer form of the lusty red. Depending on the shade, it can change from erotic to sweet,making it one of the most versatile romantic colors
Blue is the color of our grandest natural elements: the ocean and the sky. It is no wonder then,that this color often exudes a feeling of tranquility,calm and vastness. It can be an offbeat choice as an alternative to red,keeping things calm and cool. Its lighter varieties,like azure and turquoise,are a great choice for a more platonic or familial love.