Color Your Wedding Pink – Pink Details

Pink Wedding Attire

Pink vests, shirts and ties are available in lots of shades. These accessories will pair well with most tuxedos or suits including black, white and gray options.  Brides can use colored sashes or gowns that include pops of pink or pink trimming.  Your wedding veil is also a great place to include some pink.  Wedding gowns are no longer only available in just white and ivory.  Consider a very light blush pink for your wedding gown.  Colored shoes are a huge trend for brides right now who want a hidden pop of color or just don’t want to spend lots of money on shoes they will never wear again.  Fuchsia pumps anyone?

 

Adrienne Wedding InvitationsWedding Invitations and Paper

Pink wedding invitations are a popular choice even for brides using color schemes that don’t include pink. From mostly pink invitations like the Adrienne Wedding Invitations to the soft pink accents available on the Phoebe 2 Layer Wedding Invitation,  MyGatsby has you covered! View all of our pink wedding invitations here or customize any of our invitations to your pink color scheme at MyGatsby.com. Another great pink idea for your wedding stationery is to glue pink bows onto your invitations.  Place pink escort cards that you make from cotton candy metallic card stock into a matte frame the color of the other half of your wedding color combination.

 

Flowers to Consider

So many types of flowers are available in all shades of pink! You can get carnations and gerbera daisies in almost any color of course! Roses are a timeless choice for pink wedding flowers.  They are also available in a variety of shades to help you get the exact look and feel you want from your bouquet. Peonies are gorgeous in pinks and many types of orchids have pink accents available in a few different shades. Take swatches and pictures to your florist as always to help your florist create your memorable pink wedding bouquets and wedding floral arrangements.

Pink is a very flexible color to use in your wedding planning.  As you can see, it can be used for so many themes and feels and in so many color combinations that it is easy to create a pink wedding that is uniquely yours.

If you missed our posts from earlier this week regarding this topic, refer to our Monday blog, Color Your Wedding Pink and our Wednesday blog, Color Your Wedding Pink – Color Combinations.

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