Monday Mood Board: Perfectly Pretty in Pink
Hello, beauties! I hope that you’re very well this morning and that the start of the working week has treated you kindly? January is almost over and we’re looking to a brighter and more beautiful February with this weeks ‘Monday Mood Board’ feature.
Pink is the ultimate colour of love, femininity and romance, and of course, an absolute perfect choice for any wedding colour scheme. For a bold pop of colour, choose bright pink or fuchsia. Alternatively, for a much more soft and romantic look and feel, select a variety of lighter pink hues for your wedding day design. Today, we are exploring a stunning dusty pink wedding. We crush over this colour every-time we set eyes on it, so we thought it was time that we created a blog dedicated to one of our favourite colours.
Now for some more of the soft, subtle and just so darn pretty colour that we can’t take our eyes from!
Image: Nick Walker Photography
Bloomin’ Beautiful Florals
From pale blush (our favourite!) to bold burgundy’s. Pink wedding flowers are always a popular choice, especially with a little rustic detailing here and there. Pretty pink pastels can go beautifully with just about colour palette and always look stunning paired up with pink bridesmaid dresses, keep reading for another absolutely gorgeous board!
Popular wedding flowers such as garden roses, peonies, ranunculus, and hydrangea are all available in various shades of pink, create your ideal bouquet in your favourite rosy hue. Dreamy dusty flowers are undoubtedly stunning for any type of elegant affair.
If you are looking for a local florist in Yorkshire, take a look at The Wedding Affair Approved Florists here. Alternatively, visit some of our upcoming wedding fairs for plenty of talent. We’d love you to pop by and say a quick “Hello“.
P.S – We have Prosecco. Lot’s of it. In the mean time, take a look at our favourite pics for dusty pink flowers.
Image: Sylvie Gill Photography
Make the best impression right from the very start, with statement styling and of course, beautiful calligraphy. Add those final touches to your wedding by adorning stationery and table plans with delicately styled writing and touches of colour. Your guests will be in awe of the beautiful designs when they receive their invite to your special wedding – elegant, delicate and complete with your beautiful colour palette, dusty pink.
Add lace for a romantic vintage vibe, or for a touch of glamour? Gold leaf will do just the trick. We can’t resist a little sparkle, can we now?
Image: Judy Pak Photography – Facobeni Fotografia – Becky’s Brides Via SMP
Everyone’s favourites, right? You can’t ever say no to cake, especially wedding cake. We are swooning over everything on this board. I’m sure you can understand why. These dusty pink sweet treat’s may look too good to eat, however, they do pair up pretty as styling and add to those all important photo opportunities.
For the modern, yet girly bride; a pink cake has to be the only option, right? Not only would it work well as a centre piece, but it’s a great way to add a subtle, or a lot of colour into your wedding just through the use of your fluffy buttercream cake (other varieties available).
Pink Prosecco? Also an essential!
Image: Greenwood Events – Kate Osborne Photography – The McCartneys Photography
We never actually mentioned earlier how the dusty pink blooms would look ever so much paired with matching bridesmaids dresses. If you look at the board below you will be able to find a selection of our favourite bridal, and bridesmaid picks. I’m sure you will agree they’re stylish, feminine and just plain beautiful, really?
Never let pink be the safe option for your wedding, there are many ways to add a more unique sway to the colour palette by using dusty shades in your very own dress of dreams. Mix up the hues with dusty shades, flirty pinks and pops of our favourite Pantone colour, Greenery.
If you are struggling for colour options to go with today’s pretty palette – don’t worry there are plenty. In fact, just about any colour will go. Greenery (as mentioned above), muted blue hues, beautiful brown’s and of course white’s and ivory. Talk through with your planner, or florist for lot’s and lot’s more inspiration – they will be able to come up with something beautiful.
Image: Jose Villa Photography
Will you be opting for a pretty in pink Spring wedding, loves? Let us know your styling pearls of wisdom below.
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