Now that spring is around the corner, we just had to do a style board that reflected one of the most popular colors of spring: pink! Whether you go for bold shades or a lighter hue, this is a wedding color that really stands out. Here are some ultra unique ways to incorporate this fresh color into your wedding theme:

Set the tone with pink wedding invitations
Wedding invitations give the guests a sneak peak into what your big day may look like. Give them a little taste of pink with this White Flourishes – Posie Pink – Invitation. The intricate pattern of white makes the pink pop out even more and provides the perfect backdrop for the text. The best part, though? You can include your favorite picture of you and your better half on this tri-fold invite.

Bridal ensemble
Subtle pink shaded wedding gowns are all the rage these days. Just take it from Jessica Biel – she tied the knot to JT wearing a beautiful blush pink number. But if you wish to take the traditional white dress route, there are still ways to incorporate this color into your look. Grab your perfectly pink bouquet. Take some inspiration from the lovely lady on our style board and swipe on a stunning shade of pink lipstick. You could even let your feet hog all the color with some sparkly pink ballet flats or heels with a bolder and brighter shade.

Reception tables
There’s no such thing as too much pink. Decorate your reception tables with a wide array of pink hues. Use light-colored linens and incorporate bolder shades into other elements at the table like napkins, glassware or flowers.This style board is all about rocking the pink

Line the aisle
As you can see from our style board, those pink flowers combined with white and greenery really stand out and brighten up the space. You could also add some flowers to the chairs or pews lining the aisle you’ll make your grand entrance on. You could also opt to add a bit of color by sprinkling pink flower petals down the aisle for a romantic touch.

Pink confections
Brighten up your cake or other sweet treats with a spot of pink! The tiered confection on our style board used a patterned design in a subtle pink color to create an eye-popping and delicious looking treat. If you’re a fan of the recent ombre color trend, you could even incorporate this into your cake by having darker colors fade into lighter shades.

What is your favorite way to incorporate a little pink into your wedding day? Share your thoughts with us, we would love to hear from you!