Prepare your guests for the stunning beauty of navy and pink with this Hip Roses – Berry – Invitation. Traditionally hand-drawn roses are printed against a light pink geometric background. The berry-tone color scheme of pinks and purples is both fresh and modern.
Brighten up your bridal ensemble with a beautiful arrangement of pink peonies. If you’re a traditional bride, you could go with a bouquet of pink roses that make an equally bold statement. Another option would be to use pink flowers of a variety of styles and shades in different areas of the celebration. On top of the cake or table arrangements-bring together hot pink ranunculus, pale peonies and pink hydrangeas.
I’ve always had the belief that real men wear pink. Both your groom and his groomsmen can rock a little pink in their studly ensembles with a navy and pink-striped bowtie! These bowties are all the rage these days – and the navy and pink shades look adorable when paired with a tan blazer.
Yes – even your drinks can be pink! There are plenty of cocktails that will fit the shade you’re looking for. A strawberry daiquiri, rossini champagne cocktail, cosmopolitan, pink lemonade and a watermelon martini are all perfect for the occasion. But where is the navy, you ask? Sprinkle a few frozen blueberries in the top of each drink for a pop of color and for a cute way to keep your drinks cold without watering them down.
Dress your girls in a dark shade of navy blue and hand them a bouquet of your favorite pink flowers (maybe the ones that match your bouquet) that will boldly stand out among each outfit. Choose the same dress style or opt for different dresses in the same hue to get some variety into the group without disrupting the sophisticated look of coordination.
Do you have any other great ideas of how to incorporate navy and pink into your nuptials? Share your thoughts with us!