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Clockwise from top left: Photo by Sugar and Soul Photography; photo by Cory Ryan Photography; photo by Kevin Milz Photography; gown by Hayley Paige, photo by Dan Lecca; photo by Melissa McCrotty Photography

Incorporating hearts into your wedding decor can be tricky business. Going too overboard can cause your wedding to look like a second-grade classroom adorned for Valentine’s Day. But a few carefully chosen hearts can add just the right amount of sweet and whimsy to your celebration. Check out some of our favorite heart-shaped ideas for your wedding decor.

Bouquet: If you’re feeling bold, a bouquet made entirely of hearts and feathers packs a contemporary punch.

Programs: The red-and-pink ombre chevron pattern elevates these heart-shaped ceremony programs into true works of art.

Mirror: A vintage-inspired frame with a cheeky heart drawing serves as a fun backdrop for an escort card or dessert table.

Topiary: We love the contrast of the heart’s femininity and the natural, almost edgy-looking, moss. Hang from the ceiling or on the doors to your ceremony venue.

Dress: Mix sexy and sweet with this Hayley Paige gown, featuring a heart-shaped cutout in back.

Are you incorporating hearts in your wedding? Tell us how in the comments!

Inspiration Board: Valentine’s Day #3

Posted by Jeffra on Feb 12, 2010

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Inspiration Board: Valentine’s Day #2

Posted by Jeffra on Feb 10, 2010


Bouquet: Blu Studio Photography

Cake: Bella Luma Photography

Centerpiece: Jaclyn Marie Photography

Wine Bottles: B.R. Cohn Winery

Shoes: Jai Prince Photography

Place-Cards: Picture Perfect Events of Coastal Carolina

Inspiration Board: Valentines Day!

Posted by Jeffra on Feb 08, 2010

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