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There are many things to do as your wedding day approaches, and it can be easy to let the little details slide through the cracks. While it is important to figure out your guest list and venue, it is equally important to make sure your wedding has a certain feel to it. The day you marry your true love should be the most dreamy day of your life, and here are a few of our favorite ways to ensure the occasion is head-over-heels romantic.
The right lighting can transform any ordinary space into a romantic paradise. The key is to look for lighting that has a glowing, dreamy effect. Christmas fairy lights, rope lights and vintage hanging lights that emit a warm glow can be easily incorporated into your wedding décor. Even old-fashioned lanterns with electronic tea lights can add a starry-eyed element to your wedding without posing a fire danger.
Elegance is nearly synonymous with romance, and scallop edge wedding invitations are about as elegant as you can get. When choosing a template for your wedding invitations, select one that is tender and passionate rather than lighthearted and funny.
Scentscaping is a huge component of luxury weddings, and can help maximize the feeling of passion and romance at your reception. One of the best ways to add scent to your big day is to incorporate plenty of aromatic flowers such as freesia and lavender into your décor.
While it may be easier to serve your guests buffet-style, doing so is hardly romantic. In order to create the atmosphere you want, you should plan to serve your guests elegant dishes and drinks with vintage-style silverware, sophisticated glassware and elegant napkins for the most dramatic effect.
Playing classy, ambient music is a surprisingly effective way to set the mood you want. Choose selections and artists that have an unmistakably romantic sound, especially when selecting the piece that will play during your first dance as a newly-married couple.