Searching for a color palette for your big day is both the best and the worst thing. It’s the best because you finally get to scroll through Pinterest and flip through wedding magazines, drooling over your favorite color combinations. But then you realize exactly how many combinations there are, and because they’re all beautiful, it can be really tough to choose. I’m here to hopefully make that decision easier by providing you with some color inspiration: blush and teal. This mix of hues is soft, romantic and downright gorgeous. Here’s how you can use both of these colors throughout your nuptials:


Wedding invitations
Start sharing your color palette on your wedding invitations! This Big News – Blush Shimmer – Foil Invitation features a beautiful blush background, and the shimmering silver text jumps out at you. This particular invite would fit perfectly with a vintage or art deco wedding theme.

When you and your bridesmaids go searching for the perfect bridesmaids’ gowns, keep in mind that not all of the dresses have to look the same. In fact, they don’t even have to be the same color! Try having each bridesmaid rock a different shade of teal so that you have both lights and darks represented. You can pull the look together by giving them delicate blush-colored bouquets to hold, which will provide a beautiful contrast against the teal dresses.


If you would rather have your girls wear blush dresses, you can do that too. Offer a bright pop of teal by accessorizing their outfits with a chunky necklace. Finish off their ensembles with a bouquet of baby’s breath.

The groomsmen need a bit of teal and blush as well! Consider having them wear gray suits to complement the soft colors in the bridesmaids’ outfits. Then, consider either a blush or teal tie (or bow tie), depending on what you’ve chosen for your girls to wear down the aisle.

Table centerpieces
Skip the traditional vase and go for chic, tall candle holders instead. You can spray-paint them all different shades of teal and place a combination of blush and white blooms inside them for a truly stunning centerpiece.

Photo booth background
If you’re hopping on the photo booth trend, I don’t blame you! They’re so fun to have around and they help preserve wedding memories that your photographer didn’t. Give some flair to your photo booth by adding a backdrop of blush and teal ribbons.

How do you feel about the teal and blush color combination for your wedding? Share your thoughts with me!

Photo Credit: Teal Plate: Amelia Johnson Photography via Style Me Pretty, Pink Champagne: White Loft Studio via Colin Cowie Weddings, Bridesmaid and bouquet: KT Merry Photography via Style Me Pretty, Blush tie: Anastasiya Belik Photography via Burnetts Boards Blog