Different wedding colors
Pink is almost every little girls favourite color, so for brides to be who have been planning this day ever since then, are likely to be considering pink. Different shades of pink tell us a very different story and give a completely different feel. If you’re planning a formal wedding then make sure you use hints of gold to give it that rich classic look. Brides looking for a more casual approach should team your pink with whites and pinks alone as this makes a great rustic feel.
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The color, the flower and the motif are all extremely popular right now, recently we’ve seen a range of ideas from brides walking the aisle in a soft rose pink gown to swirly rose icing decorations, creative hand-drawn invitations and bridesmaids in this elegant and feminine color. Use this color with pure white tones to achieve a classic look that won’t feel too sickly.
When I hear ‘blush pink’ I always automatically think of weddings. It’s such a wedding color, reason being it looks elegant and fabulous and perfect for that flawless romantic wedding.
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I hue darker than blush pink, peach gives us that rich warmth that is so special in pink. Peach is a traditional color that will give you both casual and formal looks. Try peach with gold and peach with white for some really beautiful results.
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An orange-based pink like peach, coral is a little darker in color with more red undertones. It’s a gorgeous color for outdoor summer venues with its natural sunset blush. Try to be imaginative with your coral by mixing up some tequila sunrises and pretty accessories to highlight the color rather than splashing it everywhere.
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Black, white, gray and gold are the perfect colors to compliment raspberry pink. This lush berry shade is beautiful for any season and is a beautiful and flattering color for your bridesmaids to dress in.
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