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Valentine's Day I Dos
Bridesmaids in rich red gowns with velvety red roses make a big visual impact.
Bridesmaids in rich red gowns with velvety red roses make a big visual impact.
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Sure, a Valentine's Day wedding is cliché, but it's also really sweet. Plus, it'll be easy for him to remember your anniversary if it corresponds with hearts, candy and cupids.

Now, it's true that most people don't choose to wed on a weekday, so unless Feb. 14 falls on the weekend, plan on having a smaller turnout. But don't be brokenhearted -- with fewer guests, you can make your wedding a more romantic and intimate affair. Red and white roses, candy-box table markers, a heart-shaped cake and candy hearts with your names printed on them are some obvious choices, but you can take it a step further by having the DJ play only songs that include the word "love" or by having romantic sonnets printed inside all your programs.

If the only hearts you're into are eight bits and "restore health," check out our geeky wedding ideas on the next page.

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