Pink remains one of the most popular colour choices for weddings and it’s easy to see why. While pastel pink offers delicate elegance, deep fuchsia shades are bold and stunning. Pink also combines wonderfully with other shades from pastels to metallics and even navy, black and grey. Let’s take a look at different ways to embrace a pink wedding theme.
The Dream Dress
Let’s start at the beginning by incorporate the pink theme in to your wedding dress. You might choose a pink gown, or a white or ivory gown with pink detail.
Simply stunning, don’t miss the ‘Naya’ strapless silk ball gown in petal by Vera Wang.
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If you’re looking for a dress in a colour, it can be a good idea to look at evening gowns as opposed to bridal collections. This is the fabulous ‘Samantha’ gown with sequin over skirt by Eliza Jane Howell.
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‘Bibi’ by Temperley London with its dreamy English wild flowers remains one of our absolute favourites!
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When it comes to flowers, pink is a versatile colour to choose with so many floral options. Choose soft pinks or a blend of hues and combine with white or other pastels.
This soft pink bouquet is a delicate choice.
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Pink peonies are up there with our favourites. Be bold and add some deeper shades (and even a touch of red) to your bouquet.
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A hand-tied blend of pinks, oranges and foliage lends itself to a boho style.
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Pink roses make lovely buttonholes.
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Pink and white flowers surround this hurricane lantern for a pretty centerpiece.
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Hot pink peonies and a metallic vase add a vibrant blast of colour.
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Introduce a darker shade such as navy to add a new element.
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While you’re unlikely to add a lot of decoration to your ceremony space, it’s lovely to include some flowers. If possible, move these to your reception venue afterwards.
Greet your guests by lining your wedding aisle in pink petals.
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Pink chair decorations are a lovely idea for your ceremony. You only need to decorate the chairs beside the aisle.
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Pew ends always look so pretty and can be used again to decorate chairs on your top table.
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Introduce pink blooms to your Registrar’s Table. This is from a lovely wedding at Gaynes Park.
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Moving in to your reception venue, pink can be introduced to your table settings and to other areas of the space.
Add a little sparkle for a glamorous effect.
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Add your chosen shade and your favourite flowers to details such as signage.
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This combination of fuchsia pink and cold would be stunning at an autumn or winter wedding.
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Be bold with hot pink and monochrome.
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Coloured glassware is a lovely idea. Combine with white and keep your table tops plain.
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Food and Drink
From creative cakes to delicious cocktails, there’s nothing to stop you taking your pink wedding theme through to your menu.
Fresh flowers look stunning on a white cake.
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How about Champagne or Prosecco cocktails with raspberry?
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Of course, you might choose macarons instead of a traditional cake.
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Younger guests will love candy floss.
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This semi-naked drip cake combines two trends in one.
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Cakes don’t have to be large to make a statement.
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Sometimes, all you need are a few colorful details. From transport to balloons, introduce your colour in to the unexpected.
How about some pink wedding shoes?
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No matter what the weather, an umbrella is a fun accessory.
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Balloons make fabulous decorations and even more exciting photo props!
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Of course, you might even decide to have a pink wedding car!
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If you’d like to have a pink colour scheme, be inspired by these beautiful pink bridesmaid dresses.