Blush Pink Wedding
Subtle pink is what you’ll see in a blush pink wedding; lavender makes an appearance and we find that the two hues make a wonderful pair. If soft and enchanting are what you have in mind to accompany your chosen theme, take this wedding inspiration and grab the ideas you love the most.
Details for a Blush Pink Wedding
Thanks to its timeless and stylish beauty, blush pink has been a popular wedding theme regardless of the season. It is feminine, classy, and versatile, easy to incorporate into any style, from chic rustic and vintage to bohemian and contemporary. This millennial hue also offers many ways to decorate your ceremony and reception venue, whether a barn, garden, or any indoor location.
Even those who want to avoid feminine pastel hues end up using blush pink in their décor, accessories, dresses, or table setting. From blush linens to pink bridesmaid dresses and floral designs, it’s a favourite wedding colour you can use as an accent hue or primary motif.
Colour Palettes for a Blush Pink Wedding
Blush pink blends well with different wedding colours, such as gold, blue, gray, purple, and other neutral tones. It’s soft, dreamy, and an incredibly convenient colour choice, no matter the formality of your celebration. However, you can mix it with bold hues, like deep purple, burgundy, and fiery red, for a vibrant and playful combination.
You’ll also fall in love with the stunning navy and blush pink combo, creating a unique blend of a masculine and feminine style. But if you want to stick to light-coloured tones, soft pink and lavender make a swoon-worthy pair, while sage and bashful blush offer a whimsical and ethereal feel.
Food for a Blush Pink Wedding
Blush pink is naturally sweet and delightful, so there’s no reason not to include luscious desserts on your menu and wedding food. Besides the cake, bring out the cookies, candies, cupcakes, and pink marshmallows. You can also set up a majestic dessert bar with eye-catching pink-coloured macarons, fun cake pops, strawberry whoopie pies, and all your favourite sweets.
Customised fortune cookies are also exciting additions to your reception table. They can be personalised and handmade for your special day and come with your favourite quotes and sayings inside. It’s a great way to add an element of surprise and fun to your wedding.
Table Setting Style for a Blush Pink Wedding
Your centrepieces are the focal point of your wedding table, so make sure they accentuate your blush pink theme. Thankfully, there are endless ways to integrate this versatile colour into the table setting, from your floral arrangements and dinnerware to your choice of napkin and table cloth.
Even the smallest detail and the slightest change can take your tablescape to the next level. Elevate your centrepieces by adding taper candles or scented ones for a pleasant aroma or set up wood lanterns and pair them with fresh blooms for an organic look. Then dress up the chairs with your wedding flowers and light pink fabric to complete the design.
Wedding Dresses & Accessories for a Blush Pink Wedding
Walk down the aisle feeling confident and beautiful with the prettiest ethereal-tiered wedding dress. Its voluminous layered skirt gives off princess vibes and is perfect for brides who would love to make a dramatic entrance on their dreamy day. It looks more enchanting when paired with a cascading wedding bouquet filled with fresh blush flowers and greenery.
You don’t want to overdo your look with excessive accessories, especially if you already have a bridal gown that features opulent beadwork and textures. You can wear a stunning pair of statement earrings or settle with the prettiest bracelet for extra bling. A simple rose gold necklace can also add a small sparkling detail to any bridal style.
Bouquets & Boutonnieres for a Blush Pink Wedding
We can’t get enough of the soft pink and lavender colour combination, so it’s an easy decision to incorporate them into the floral design for the wedding bouquet and boutonnieres. By combining full blooms, soft petals, vines, and stems, you can create a visual line with a cascading bridal bouquet that adds drama to your wedding day look.
Pink peonies and roses are the primary floral choices for most couples. However, you can also select from apple blossoms, carnations, blush ranunculus, and dahlias. If they’re in season, cherry blossoms, lilacs, and lavenders are fantastic flower fillers, but they can also stand on their own.
Wedding Photo Shoot Ideas for a Blush Pink Wedding
A wedding is not complete without a photo shoot. That is why this part of your special day is essential. Besides ensuring that you, your partner, and your guests are in these pictures, you should also ensure that your wedding theme is evident. After all, you’ve gone through all that effort in creating this wonderful wedding theme.
One of the simplest ways to incorporate your blush pink wedding theme into your photos is by using props. These can be anything from taking a bite out of a pink-coloured cupcake or being surrounded by pink rose petals. Don’t hesitate to use your reception hall’s pink backgrounds for the couple's shoot, such as the stage, the venue walls, or even the dance floor.
Wedding Cake Ideas for a Blush Pink Wedding
The wedding cake is one of the biggest highlights of your big day. The cake cutting is an old tradition that’s very symbolic. That is why you want your cake also to represent your wedding theme. Fortunately, cakes can come in various shapes and sizes, so there are countless talented and skilled bakers to help bring to life your dream cake.
If you’re looking for a simple blush pink-themed wedding cake, you could always go for the traditional white-coloured cake with decorative pink flowers running along the sides. If you want to be a little more creative, the inside of the cake can be made pink. This will certainly bring out your wedding theme during the cutting cake ceremony.
Ceremony Decor for a Blush Pink Wedding
Blush pink is incredibly romantic, so it’s no wonder it has been featured in countless weddings, whether casual, formal, or semi-formal. It can give any venue a delicate and sophisticated twist if you know what elements and creative details to include.
Create a sense of warmth and relaxation to your ceremony by setting up warm white lighting, or add soft, flattering twinkle with candles on tabletops. Adorn the altar in blush and white roses or create a fairytale-like backdrop with light purple blooms and sheer blush drapes. Say your ‘I dos’ and have your first kiss as a married couple under a grand chandelier that commands attention.
Outdoor Wedding Ideas for a Blush Pink Wedding
So, you’ve decided to take your celebration outdoors? Change the look of your backyard or ranch by setting up lanterns and string lights to give your event a magical and stylish twinkle, especially at night. White and pink chargers, uniquely designed chairs, bundles of blush pink flowers, and a floral arch can liven up any space.
You’re lucky if you find a garden or any location with naturally growing greenery and florals. That’s because you only need a few touch-ups to transform it into your dream wedding venue. No matter which outdoor area you want to decorate, it’s a good idea to maintain a pastel palette throughout your décor to create the image of whimsy and romance.
Ladies (and gents) – we have a winner! Thank you to everyone who voted for your favourite bouquet on Pinterest. It was a lot of fun watching the different arrangements earn ‘likes’ and I have to say, I’m so happy this that stunner took the lead! What I love most about this bridal bouquet (and this inspiration board) are the soft spring colours that would be oh so perfect for an Easter wedding. Pinker tulips really make this bridal bouquet unique – they’re beautiful! Combine the soft pink and lavender colours in this floral arrangement with neutral tones and really play up the ‘girlie’ factor for an elegant and feminine wedding day!
Credits: photo credits: pink tulip bridal bouquet < from Wedding Chicks, chair with ribbon < via Belle the Magazine, place setting < from Style Me Pretty, blush pink cupcakes < from Once Wed, ring < via Grey Likes Weddings, blueberry & lavender dessert shooters < photographed by Jonny Lindh, cake < from Martha Stewart Weddings.