Savvy brides-to-be can use the romantic date of Valentine’s Day to help them with their wedding planning… Here’s how!

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Love notes

Use your romantic mood to help you write personalised vows for your ceremony.

Why not spend Valentine’s evening sharing what you love most about each other? Super romantic and great practice for putting your feelings into words. You could even dig out old love letters or emails for added inspiration.

Pick up a bargain!

Make the most of the post-Valentine’s sales and look out for bargains to keep your day in budget.

From cut-price Champagne for your wedding reception, to chocolates, perfume and other gifts for your bridesmaids, there are bound to be plenty of things you can tick off your to-buy list. If your big day closely follows Valentine’s Day, you might even be able to pick up reduced flowers to create your own displays.

Play dress up

With Valentine’s Day comes sexy lingerie! Check out the latest promotions and new lines in high street stores and scoop a saucy set for your wedding night or honeymoon.

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Take a romantic getaway

Got your eye on a top hotel for your first night as husband and wife? We suggest you treat your h2b to a romantic Valentine’s night away, while sussing out the venue’s potential. You may also be able to schedule your wedding breakfast tasting session around Valentine’s day, saving you money on an expensive meal out.

Practice your key moments

While your fiancé’s feeling all romantic, why not get him to practice your first dance? Organise a taster session with a choreographer and you can sort your fun Valentine’s Day treat and your first dance routine in one fell swoop!

Need more big day planning inspiration? Check out our amazing planning section for even more ideas.

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