As it turns out, there’s a little truth behind the age-old dating question, “What’s your sign?” According to The Astro Twins, celebrity astrologers and authors of The Astro Twins’ Love Zodiac: The Essential Astrology Guide for Women, much like our birthday, the zodiac signs under which you tie the knot can speak volumes about your future together.
Are you curious what your wedding zodiac means? So were we–so we decided to dive a bit deeper and share some suggestions on showcasing your sign in everything from your wedding flowers and decor to color scheme and even personal touches. Next up: the Aires wedding for lovebirds tying the knot between Jan. 20 through Feb. 18.
“Aries is a very adventurous, bold, and independent sign. If you tie the knot during this time you’ll thrive as individuals and not risk losing site of yourselves in the relationship. Your marriage will be filled with lots of spontaneity, too.”
Flowers for the Aires Couple
“Radiant, enthusiastic and the very embodiment of the onset of spring, Aries brides and grooms like flowers that stand up tall and make bold statements!” explains Judy Vitale of “Wedding Flowers by Horoscope Sign.” “Daffodils certainly represent this fresh and vibrant Aries energy.” Other bold blooms to consider are brightly colored poppies, tulips, vibrant ranunculuses, and peonies. Ask your florist for a less traditional bouquet shape in favor of a looser, less structured style, which can be achieved by including herbs, berries, greenery, or other seasonal elements.
With an all-eyes-on-you attitude, you’re drawn to vivid colors and unexpected combinations. Try pairing tangerine magenta, orange, poppy, lime green, or turquoise with sunshiny yellow. Experiment with adding pops of Pantone’s Color of the Year, Greenery, into your bouquets or centerpieces for an eclectic burst of boldness.
The sky’s the limit for decorating your reception venue! Welcome guests with a place cards table overflowing with greenery, colorful ribbons, and one tall standout centerpiece in the middle featuring your wedding’s signature bloom. On your tables, stick with crisp white tablecloths accented with brilliantly colored linens. A simple centerpiece of loosely gathered flowers will look incredible in a colored glass vase; pull in any of your bouquet colors for a cohesive look from your ceremony site to your reception venue.
What’s Your Sign is a 12-part series highlighting your wedding zodiac sign and its connection to your relationship and wedding day style. Check back next month when we look closer into the Pisces wedding!