What’s the most romantic wedding color? No contest – it’s pink! And the softer, more pastel and more delicate the shade of pink, the more romantic the wedding look gets. So when you’re thinking pink for your wedding color, these are the ideas you’ll want to keep in mind!
You’ll want guests to be excited for your wedding day. You’ll also want to give them a heads-up about all the pink romance in store for them! The best way to set the stage for your big day is to send pink wedding invitations that show your special style of romance. Lace wedding invitations and monogram styles, flowers and feathers, hearts and happiness — choose the pink wedding invitation that says, “YOU!”
In the pink
Jealous of your bridesmaids or flower girl because they get to wear pink dresses at your wedding? Quit pining over that perfect pink gown and buy it! You’ll up the lovely factor when it’s YOU wearing the pink dress! Wearing pink on your wedding day shows you’re confident, you’re stylish and you’re romantic to the core. Don’t want to go full-on pink wedding dress? Choose a white or ivory dress with pink embroidery, a pink satin sash or pink fabric flower accents.
Just about every flower comes in a shade of pink. The style, location and season of your wedding open up unique wedding bouquet possibilities just based on what’s blooming. Case in point: pink peonies and tulips in the spring are much easier to come by than in the winter. Choose pink roses in the same shade for a tone-on-tone look that’s soft and pretty. Go with a bouquet with pink flowers in colors that encompass the whole spectrum – palest pink to boldest fuchsia. Or use your pink wedding dresses and table linens as a canvas for white bouquets and arrangements.
Pink has been a favorite wedding color for a long, long time. But you’re not the bride who follows tradition for tradition’s sake, right? Good! Then get creative and unique with your pink wedding accents. Like wearing a giant pink fabric flower in your hair. Like covering your reception tables in pink patterned fabric. Ask your florist to put your pink floral arrangements in tall, tall vases for centerpieces. Make your signature drink pink – spiked pink lemonade, strawberry cosmos, etc. – and name it something fabulous like “In the Pink Lemonade” or “Thinking Pink Drink”. Guests will love it!