If you’re considering a pink colour scheme, why not choose a blush pink shade. This millennial hue is bang on trend and perfectly suited to weddings throughout the year. Sophisticated and stylish, we love it and we hope you’ll be inspired by these blush wedding decorations.
Set the scene with blush pink invitations, carrying the blush wedding ideas through to your seating plans, table numbers, signage, menus and placecards.
These marbled invitations are uber stylish. Blush pink combines beautifully with gold and silver.
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Blush pink also works well with kraft paper for a more rustic style.
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Varying shades of pink look good together. This idea is great for bridesmaids who might like to wear dresses in different tones.
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Blush pink macarons make a fun placecard that also doubles up as a favour.
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Add blush pink decoration to a blackboard sign.
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We love this floral sign – a perfect choice for summer.
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Carry the colour through to your table names or numbers.
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All Set for your Ceremony
While your ceremony space might not need a lot of decoration, consider lining your aisle with flowers or candles and adding a lovely floral arrangement at the front of the room.
Drapes can make all the difference to a space, adding a soft elegance and introducing your colour.
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A small floral arrangement tied to the chairs beside your aisle is a pretty idea. Save money by decorating alternate rows and re-using the flowers on your top table.
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You might even decide to line your aisle with petals!
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Blush pink chair drapes are an alternative to floral decorations.
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Of course your bridesmaid dresses and bridal flowers also bring blush pink in to your ceremony space. With an abundance of beautiful blooms in this shade, you’ll have plenty of choice.
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It’s time to think about your celebration space! Your tables are the obvious area to decorate, from floral centrepieces to favours and a spectacular wedding cake.
A pretty napkin ribbon can be all you need alongside your floral decorations.
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If your reception space has a high ceiling, consider adding interest from above. We love this paper lantern bunting!
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Table centrepieces are the most obvious way to bring your colour in. This offers a more rustic style.
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Cookies make a perfect wedding favour, especially when they’re personalised.
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Make a statement with a macaron tower.
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Miniature bottles of rosé Champagne suit the colour scheme and make rather a lovely favour, perhaps just for your female guests.
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We love balloons too!
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This classic stacked cake is a showstopper.
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... don’t forget the details! Have your blush pink colour in the back of your mind at all times, adding a hint of it wherever possible.
Speak to your caterer about introducing blush pink to your menu – perhaps with some bespoke cocktails and mocktails.
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How about a wedding candyfloss stall?
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Consider the weather. You might decide to have an umbrella or two in case of a rain shower.
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...or flip flops on warmer days when you decide to hit the dance floor.
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When it comes to the end of the day, if you’re leaving the venue, it’s time to find that perfect blush pink wedding transport!
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If you love the idea of a blush pink wedding, consider your bridal style. While you might not want to wear a pink wedding dress, pink shoes are a must!