9 Subtle Ways Valentine's Day Can Inspire Your Bridal Look
What better holiday to inspire your bridal look than one that's all about red, pink, romance, and pretty flowers? From the flirty to the fun, let the love that's in the air inspire your beauty look for your wedding day.
Feel Pretty in Pink
Feminine and soft, this light pink lip color makes for an awesome alternative to a deep red. The shade also pairs well with retro-inspired winged eyeliner.
Lovely Lashes and Flushed Cheeks
You know when you first started dating and you couldn't help but blush around your guy? Channel the look with a pretty peachy pink dusted on the apples of the cheeks. The natural flush photographs beautifully as well, as Margo & Me blogger and our cover girl Jenny Bernheim proves. Finish the flirty look off with a thick coat of mascara or falsies.
Bold and Beautiful
Pair a bright red pout with bold blunt bangs. The cascading curls of her ponytail and elegant earrings are the perfect contrast for a bridal look that's equal parts soft and striking.
Want to look as if you stepped right out of a Hollywood film when you make your entrance? Channel classic beauty with a hairstyle inspired by this bride's elegant side part and curls over one shoulder.
Pump Up the Romance
Now that you've fallen head over heels, why not let your heels display your love? Choose shoes in a pretty pop of color to give an all-white dress some personality. These rose-adorned red Stuart Weitzman pumps are the ultimate Valentine pick.
Who says you need long, tousled waves or a flower crown to feel like a vision of romance? This bride rocks a short chop with a small collection of blooms placed above the ear.
Carry a Crimson Bouquet
Nothing says Valentine's Day like rich red roses. Carry an impressive bouquet of beautiful blooms down the aisle and feel the love.
Channel Sweet Charm
Go vintage for a Valentine's Day wedding with a refreshing take on a wedding gown. This bride's soft, wispy up-do adorned with a pink flower headband is an awesome accompaniment to the Luisa Beccaria gown's embroidered lace pattern, three-quarter length sleeves, and delicate buttons.
Slip Into a Red Reception Dress
If you're really looking to make a statement, opt for an all-up outfit change for your reception. A regal gown like Chrissy Teigan's will have you feeling the romance ASAP.