10 Wedding Design Elements in Pink & Blue

See how to make these seemingly opposite hues work together in your wedding décor.

10 Wedding Design Elements in Pink & Blue

Photo: Lauren Rosenau Photography

They say that opposites attract – and we believe this famed notion applies to more than just couples. When it comes to your wedding color palette, you’ve likely been through the classic hues already. There is a reason those combinations are timeless: they always work well together. However, have you considered mixing and matching two tones that typically aren’t seen side by side? While blush and ivory may be a predictable pair, adding in some blue details would definitely create a unique palette your guests will not expect.

Pink and blue are thought of as nearly opposite colors, when in actuality, they can cooperate quite well with one another in the right context. While you may not be keen to the idea at first, there are plenty of alluring examples of these tones making a splash together. Scroll through the pictures below from some of our real weddings and styled shoots to get ideas, and click on each photo for further inspiration!

Photo by Andie Freeman Photography

Photo by Mary Rosenbaum Photographs

Photo by Lauren Rosenau Photography

Photo by Art | Photography by Sydney Rasch

Photo by Collin Pierson Photography; Linens by Nüage Designs

Photo by Muñoz Photography; Consulting by Posh Parties; Venue: The Breakers

Photo by Shaun Menary Photography

Photo by Lauren Rosenau Photography

Photo by KingenSmith

Photo by Asia Pimentel Photography

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