Hues of Pink Wedding Inspiration

 
 Clockwise, starting top left: via  Design Sponge  // Earrings by  Eldor Tina Jewelry  //  Future Mrs. Card  by  The Tabitha Shop  // Photo by Mallory Renee Photography via  Wedding Sparrow  // Photo by  Sarah McKenzie Photography  and florals by  Blush & Vine  via  Brides

Clockwise, starting top left: via Design Sponge // Earrings by Eldor Tina Jewelry // Future Mrs. Card by The Tabitha Shop // Photo by Mallory Renee Photography via Wedding Sparrow // Photo by Sarah McKenzie Photography and florals by Blush & Vine via Brides

I love pink. I know it's a little cliche, but I genuinely love the color in almost all of its shades. It doesn't have to be pretentious or overly done and I hope this pretty little spread shows you that. If you and your fiancee love pink as much as I do, you can certainly throw a pretty in pink wedding that's sophisticated without being too "girly". 

What helps to pull off this look is to pair brighter shades of pink with very soft hues. Throw in some greenery and you have a soft, gorgeous palette perfect for a spring wedding. 

My hope with these color inspiration posts is to leave you with a few actionable steps to create a similar look for your wedding. So let's take a look! 

 

Drinks

This cocktail just looks gorgeous and delicious. Remember that even your drinks can serve as decor! This recipe calls for sophisticated and exclusive liquor but you could easily recreate it with a few tweaks. Or, if you're more of a casual couple, simply make pink lemonade with a few ice cubes. Perfect! 

 Earrings by  Eldor Tina Jewelry

Earrings by Eldor Tina Jewelry

Jewelry

So stunningly vintage! These earrings would be a subtle but still gorgeous statement piece to pair with your wedding dress. They're perfect for the occasion, especially if you're going for a slightly vintage feel. If you'd rather not wear on your wedding day, though, you could always use this for the rehearsal or maybe even your going away outfit if you decide to change. 

Thank You Cards

Keep the pink theme going even for your showers. I absolutely love making these thank you cards for brides. I love how excited they are every time they approve their design proof and get to see their future last name! 

 Photo by Mallory Renee Photography via  Wedding Sparrow

Photo by Mallory Renee Photography via Wedding Sparrow

Cake

Almost all of my color inspiration posts have wedding cakes in them. And I think it's because I cannot get enough of the florals + sugar combination. I also cannot get enough of this semi-naked wedding cake trend. It's simple but sophisticated. If you want a similar look, ask your baker to keep some of the cake exposed, then add a gorgeous pop of florals right in the middle. Lots of greenery, a few berries, and a gorgeous peony are key to this look. 

 Photo by Kay English Photography via  ModWedding

Photo by Kay English Photography via ModWedding

Bouquet

Here is where you can really go all out with your mismatched pink theme. This gorgeous bouquet combines soft and bright pink in a gorgeous compilation. If you can't decide on what shade of pink to use, here's your chance to use them all. This bouquet uses loose and big bulbs with some greenery to pull it all together. 


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