Pale Peach Wedding
We think this pale peach wedding photo shoot is enchanting and suits the spring season so well. Soft colours, delicate ballet slippers, and a beautiful peach table centrepiece are just three of the images you’ve got to see. Gather inspiration here and maybe this will become your wedding colour scheme.
Wedding Dresses and Accessories for a Pale Peach Wedding
Spring weddings are more on the casual side with less of a black-tie feel. When you think of a spring celebration, the prettiest of the seasons, you will want to wear a wedding dress that matches its beauty. So, go floral!
With the gorgeous flowery designs, splashes of pop colours, and delicate lace, you can look effortlessly elegant. Lace details also hint at the romance of ancient times and look flattering. Our bride chose solid ivory, another lovely hue for spring. Add a fishtail skirt or ivory-dyed ruffles at the bottom to complete the look like the bride on this wedding board.
If you are not a fan of lace, then you can opt for a floral organza dress with a sweetheart neckline. But, of course, spring can be super chilly at times so whatever fabric or style you choose, you might want to go for long sleeves and a deep V-Neckline for a divine, jaw-dropping look. Pair your dress with some ivory pearls, open-toe heels, and a tiara made out of garden-fresh flowers!
Food for a Pale Peach Wedding
The spring season is a great time for a wedding menu that has plenty of fresh produce and bright flavours. Whether you are hosting an outdoor wedding or one inside the chapel, spring salad, cheese boards, puff pastries, and crispy spring rolls are sure to make your guests go home raving about the delicious appetisers. Don't forget to add some salmon and caviar to pair perfectly with a glass of chilled champagne!
For main courses, you can elevate a simple roasted chicken served with sides of seasoned vegetables and beans. If you want to go for a buffet, go off with a grilled steak, pasta, roasted veggies, and ricotta dumplings.
For desserts, nothing says spring like the tropical flavours of coconut tart, strawberry shortcakes, and parfaits with a side of chocolate and berries. Give your guests a burst of fresh flavours with signature spring drinks. Classic mojitos and fruit cocktails with striped paper straws are an idea.
Wedding Invitations for a Pale Peach Wedding
Floral wedding invites are timeless and romantic with the focus on subdued and delicate shades, rather than bright and bold, to create the perfect feel for a spring wedding. For your base colour, pick white with watercolour soft blush pink and pale peach flowers infused with green leaves, and write the important details in rose gold or gold calligraphy.
Or if you want the flowers to take a backseat and focus on the gorgeous greenery, then you can go for an ivory card base and top it with leafy bouquets and rustic, wood branches for a beautifully understated spring wedding theme. Pair it with a pale peach vellum paper envelope and seal it with a gilded wax stamp. How unique!
Bouquets and Boutonnieres for a Pale Peach Wedding
Incorporating bright green succulents is a modern way to complement peach garden roses. The spring bride's wedding bouquet can be filled with multiple shades of peach, white, pink, yellow, and green creating an ultra-textural look.
Grab a handful of roses, white and peach dahlias, and some baby's breath to create a perfectly accented flower arrangement. Embrace the muted pinks and oranges to create a magnificent sunset look for your wedding bouquet and mix it with dried grass to complete the classy assortment.
For boutonnieres, go vintage with pale greens and neutral earthy tones of white peonies, powder pink roses, and pale peach ranunculus. Simply romantic!
Colour Palette for a Pale Peach Wedding
Brides who get married in the air of spring have long favoured a pastel colour palette for their weddings.
While it may be an easy pick for neutral-weather nuptials, modern brides prefer a more modern colour; peach!
Peach is a pretty pink shade with underlying tones of vibrant orange that represents sophistication and romance while giving a soft and spring-like feel.
Whether it is a classical-formal wedding or a casual-outdoor garden affair, a peach-hued wedding day is fresh and oozes elegance. And what's more is that it effortlessly complements other spring colours like baby orange, sunflower yellow, and pale mint. It is a neutral shade that blends in with any bold shade, beautifully.
Wedding Cake Ideas for a Pale Peach Wedding
One of the best ways to embrace the spring season is through a wedding cake. Sure, a classic white cake is always in season, but a little fusion of romantic, spring-inspired designs for the wedding cakes sounds too good to be left out.
Imagine a cake decorated with freshly plucked blooms and pretty pastel tones of lilac, soft yellow, and pale peach! It's not just the colour and decorative accents that make your spring wedding cakes stand out. You can simply keep the cake plain white or ivory with dried flowers on top to incorporate florals yet keep it minimal.
You can also choose a peach ombre buttercream icing for a three-tier ultimate wedding cake. Another important element is how your cake tastes. Resort to natural flavours like vanilla, lemon, or even a cheesecake and have your guests delighting in the dessert!
Reception Decor for a Pale Peach Wedding
Flowers are blossoming, a light wind is blowing, a light-hearted atmosphere is blanketed over us, and we're welcoming summer with open arms. Sound soothing, right?
There's nothing quite like a spring wedding ceremony. Decorate your venue by creating a garden space lined with gauze-covered chairs. Set up a flower arch at the doorway of your venue using hydrangeas and peach roses.
Cascade centrepieces alongside delicate glass decorations are a must! With the blend of ivory blooms, unique cutlery and dinner plates, and lush greens on rustic wooden tables, you can keep it simple and classic. Add glamour by using tall candles in metallic candelabras to light up your celebration. Decorate your shaded areas by hanging peach and white-coloured lanterns from the ceiling to illuminate a soft glow.
Favours and Gifts for a Pale Peach Wedding
It's the tiny details that make your celebration stand out for guests. If you want to show gratitude to the people who are a part of your wedding, the best way to do so is to pick out cute little wedding favours.
Grab mason jars and fill them with packets of baked cookies. You can never go wrong with edible favours and especially those that are flower-shaped! Finish the awesome work by tying a pale peach ribbon around them.
Let's reverse the tradition and instead of guests bringing you the flowers, you hand them out small gifts featuring a vintage-inspired embossed floral design in the form of a mason jar. Fill them with flower seeds or tea leaves so they feel refreshed after attending your glorious wedding!
Menswear for a Pale Peach Wedding
The options for the groom are no longer limited to white and black tuxedos as men can now be seen donning wedding day outfits that reflect their style and personality.
For a spring affair, powder blue is a cool colour and if it is combined with a solid colour tie, pocket square, and fresh floral lapel pin, then it completes the elegant look. Even if the groom ends up ditching the jacket, he can still look wedding-appropriate in a waistcoat.
For the after-party, a casual floral shirt in pastel tones paired with khaki pants can rock the casual spring wedding look. However, if the party is more on the formal side then a plain white dress shirt and dark dress pants will do the job just fine. To complete this look, get a pair of comfortable yet fine-looking loafers.
Wedding Reception Music and Entertainment for a Pale Peach Wedding
First things first, if your wedding is child-friendly then you must dedicate a separate corner to them not only for them but also for the parents' entertainment. Activities like face painting, games, and jumping castles are perfect for such occasions.
Install a photo booth for the adult audience and make it spring-worthy by decorating the backdrop with fresh flowers or a simple floral backdrop. Get custom props made according to your wedding theme. Or you can prepare a flash mob and include yourself (bride and groom) to surprise other guests. How exciting!
For wedding ceremony songs, your procession will be marked by the all-time favourite, Here Comes the Bride, and for the bride and groom dance, play a pop song to match the theme. Say, Give Me Love by Ed Sheeran?
I’m in love with the feminine soft spring peach and ivory colours on this wedding inspiration board. Pale peach works well with other neutral tones and touches of green (isn’t that floral centrepiece fabulous?). The lovely ruffle cake compliments the bridal gown perfectly and take your mason jars from ‘eh’ to ‘wow’ with cute touches like paper straws and simple peach coloured ribbons.
Soft wedding colour palettes need soft light so cover string lights and light bulbs with paper lanterns to diffuse the brightness and consider hosting a tented daytime wedding for a natural glow!
If you love this wedding inspiration board be sure to take a peek at james and the giant peach.
Credits: photo credits: ombre Junko Yoshioka wedding dress // peach floral centerpiece, styled by Ariella Chezar, & peach and white lanterns, via Snippet & Ink, photographed by Lisa Lefkowitz // mason jars via Grey Likes Weddings, photographed by Lola Elise // Badgley Mischka shoes via Style Me Pretty, photographed by Maggie Harkov // peach ruffle cake from 100 Layer Cake, created by Incredible Edibles, photographed by Pasha Belman // ginger cocktail from Williams Sonoma.