3rd February 2018
Wedding Colour Theme Ideas: Pink
Pink is such a soft, romantic colour to incorporate into a wedding theme, whether you go for soft pinks, pinks complemented with corals, pinks and whites or an ombré pink theme. If you are considering pink as your wedding colour of choice, allow us to present a few ideas:
One thing to note about a pink colour theme is that you will have SO many options when it comes to flowers. Roses, peonies, hydrangeas, carnations, lilies and dahlias all bloom in shades of pink. You can discuss your options with your florist, but we absolutely adore bouquets of fluffy soft pink and white peonies and bouquets combining shades of succulent pink and corals with greenery – this one is perfect for summer time weddings.
This is a contemporary take on a single colour wedding theme. You’d stick to using just pink, but in varying shades. This can run through your day, from the flowers to bridesmaid dresses. If you have more than a couple of bridesmaids, you could have them in a slightly different shade of pink each. If you’d like to keep things a bit more coordinated, make sure it’s the same style of dress.
Mixed with corals
Coral makes a gorgeous colour for a wedding, especially a summer wedding. Combining it with pink adds a little softness and romance, making this a gorgeous colour combination for a wedding theme. The colours can run through your décor, the easiest way to do it is with flowers – from your bouquet to table décor. We also love the idea of a wedding cake in shades of corals and pinks.
Softest romantic pink
This is perhaps the most classic of ways to incorporate pink into your wedding theme, the softest of pinks. This makes for such an elegant, timeless and romantic look. If you’re going for this theme accent it with white and gold or silver. Using lots and lots of candles in a variety of styles – from tea lights in pretty glass holders to candelabras and pillar candles – amongst pretty floral arrangements, looks particularly beautiful and adds to the soft look of the theme.
If you would consider opting for a non-white wedding dress, meet blush. Blush wedding dresses have become increasingly popular, with Needle and Thread, Marchesa and Jenny Packham offering some gorgeous options. Blush dresses are also incredibly flattering, soft and feminine and looks gorgeous complemented with rose gold accessories.