Utilizing pink does not have to create an ultra-feminine concept for your big day – it can serve to soften the palette and add a certain whimsy and romance to your nuptials.
When you’re told to think of the color pink, a variety of thoughts might pop into your head: the signature hue of Reese Witherspoon’s Elle Woods from the famed movie Legally Blonde, one of your favorite spring dresses, or even the color of your childhood room. Some brides and grooms shy away from incorporating blush tones into their wedding for fear of evoking images of a kid’s birthday party, but as we have seen time and time again, there are plenty of sophisticated ways in which to feature this sweet hue throughout your ceremony and reception décor.
Utilizing pink does not have to create an ultra-feminine concept for your big day – it can serve to soften the palette and add a certain whimsy and romance to your nuptials. To see excellent examples of artful blush designs, view the images below from our real weddings and styled shoots. Click on each photo for further inspiration.
Photo by Lauren Feddersen Photography
Photo by Thisbe Grace Photography; Consulting by Jordan Payne Events; Linens by Nüage Designs
Photo by Katie Stoops Photography
Photo by Boyd Harris Photographs; Consulting by Details Defined
Photo by Paige Jones; Consulting by Bluebell Events; Venue: Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows
Photo by Images by Berit, Inc.
Photo by Lauren Rosenau Photography
Photo by Collin Pierson Photography; Linens by Nüage Designs
Photo by Carter Rose for f8studio
Photo by Muñoz Photography; Consulting by Posh Parties; Venue: The Breakers
Photo by Krista Mason Photography; Linens by Luxe Linen; Rentals by Revelry Event Designers
Photo by Callaway Gable; Consulting by Bob Gail Special Events; Rentals by Revelry Event Designers
See Valentine’s Day color scheme inspiration for your wedding here, and view gorgeous pink and gold décor ideas here.