Style Edit: Shades of Pink

May 16, 2020

The gardens that surround the wedding venues in summer are in full bloom and offer up an abundance of texture, colours and details. This is probably why we often associate summer weddings with lots of florals and is why many couples choose seasonal florals to line the aisle, style their tables and create a similar feel inside to outside. The colour that continues to trend in the wedding industry is pink

Blush pink, pale pink, dusky pink, rose – there’s numerous tones and shades of the colour pink and there’s something about the romance and softness that this colour emulates that lends itself perfectly to the summer season in particular.

– Colour palettes

  • Rose, nude and dusty blue
  • Dusty pink, nude and pops of peach
  • Pale pink, sage green and gold
  • Blush pink, ivory, nude

– Blush pink and nude wedding inspiration

Layering different tones of pink with a nude colour palette will give a very elegant finish. Clients often choose sweet avalanche roses or quicksand roses to best complement these shades and you might want to consider adding warmth to this look by adding simple touches of gold or brass accessory details.

This can be achieved within your wedding stationery, table number frames, wedding favour boxes, ribbon details, tealight holders and candlestick holders. For a more impactful addition of gold then you could opt to use gold cutlery or charger plates.

– Pale pink and sage green wedding inspiration

Sage green is our top predicted wedding colour trend for 2020 and 2021 couples and is the perfect colour partner for shades of pink on your wedding day. A fresh, feminine feel that can be created with a mix of soft summer flowers and varieties of eucalyptus.

Alternatively, this colour palette also works really well with dried flowers and grasses such as pampas grass in replacement for the foliage.

– Rose pink and dusty blue wedding inspiration

Peak season summer weddings in July and August are a great choice for dusty blue, rose and nude styling. We instantly feel at the height of summer when we see these colours together, especially if the skies are blue and the sun is shining! Something we all hope for as wedding stylists when we have clients that are dreaming of an outdoor wedding ceremony or outdoor reception.

If you’re planning on using shades of pink in your wedding decor and would like to speak to our stylists about how to best achieve your desired look then head to our website to find out more!


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