How To Create A Pretty Pink Wedding Theme

A pink wedding theme is one of the most popular colour schemes out there; whether it’s dusky rose pink or delicate baby pink, couples seem to adore it. It’s romantic, feminine and made for a Spring soiree. A pink wedding theme can be anything you want it to be: bohemian, modern or even rustic! Indulge in some wedding inspiration today and find out how you can create this ultra pretty colour palette…

We’ve concentrated on a variety of pink shades, including soft Peony pink and divine deep pink. It shows that you don’t have to focus on simply one shade, and using a number of different pink tones means you have more choice when it comes to choosing wedding décor! I also think a mixture of pink shades work beautifully together.

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Pretty Pink Wedding Inspiration

Blush pink wedding gowns are huge news in recent years – particularly dresses with floral embroidery! This style of gown is completely romantic and it’s a perfect choice for a girly bride who wants to embrace the pink colour palette. If you’d rather use subtle pink details in your aisle style, opt for baby pink heels peeping out from under your dress and a rose pink sash around your waist. Don’t forget about your bridal make-up! We’re talking rosy pink blusher on your cheeks, delicate pink lipstick and of course – pink nails!

Pink always looks wonderful on bridesmaids and this is where you can effortlessly mix and match darker and lighter shades of pink. Why not dress your maid of honour in a floral pink bridesmaid dress? She’ll stand out amongst the other bridesmaids, but they’ll still look coordinated. Pink peonies or roses are a must-have when it comes to the bridal and bridesmaid bouquets! Add a pretty pink ribbon around the stems of each bouquet. Why not make your wedding bouquet extra personal by tying a mini photo frame into the ribbon? You could include your favourite photos of loved ones, and it’ll feel super special as you walk down the aisle.

I love the thought of creating a lovely floral archway for your wedding ceremony, especially for a Spring wedding when there is a plethora of pretty pink posies. Cream and mint jars or jugs will look beautiful full of rosy pink blooms. You can easily use flowers as inspiration for your pink wedding – whether its your décor, stationery or wedding cake!

Speaking of cake, let’s take a look at your wedding food and drinks. Serve pretty pink cocktails with pink striped straws to your guests – strawberry and raspberry flavours will not only look the part; they’ll be delicious too! Pink heart-shaped cookies are a lovely alternative to traditional canapés and they also make for fab wedding favours. If you’re having a dessert table, add some cute pink flags to miniature cupcakes! If you’re planning a pink tea-party wedding celebration they’ll look wonderful.

There are so many things you can do to create a pretty pink wedding theme, and we could talk about this colour scheme forever! If you are planning a pink wedding browse our favourite pink wedding decorations for sale here.

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Spring Weddings: Zesty Lemon Yellow Wedding Inspiration

Have you ever considered a zesty lemon yellow wedding colour scheme for your Spring or Summer wedding? This fab colour is vibrant, bright and bursting with sunshine. It’s bound to make your big day feel beautiful and full of happiness. Read on and discover how to work lemon yellow into your wedding décor and details…

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Lemon Yellow Wedding Ideas

If you’re feeling brave enough to don a sunshine yellow wedding gown, we salute you! However, we feel the majority of brides are more likely to include understated lemon details in their bridal outfit. Yellow heels will add a pop of colour to your aisle style as will a chic yellow cardigan for the evening reception. If you’re struggling with choosing yellow accessories, don’t fret! Golden hair vines and gilded jewellery are a stunning choice.

Yellow is often seen as a difficult colour when it comes to the groom’s wedding suit, but we’ve got a couple of different options that you might like. Team a navy suit with mustard yellow accessories – the two colours work beautifully together without being too much. Alternatively, pair pale lemon accessories with a grey suit – yellow and grey are a very chic duo.

Zesty lemon is a wonderful colour for choosing your wedding bouquet. Custard yellow tulips, cream garden roses and pretty daises are just gorgeous together. Add in lots of greenery for a wild wedding bouquet that looks like it could have been hand-picked from the garden. Your bridesmaids will look delightful carrying smaller bouquets of daisies and even gypsophila. Have you ever considered wearing a flower crown on your big day? This a gorgeous option for a bride who wants to channel her inner boho on her big day!

You can get seriously imaginative with your wedding food and drinks with this cheerful theme. Small bottles of limoncello make wonderful wedding favours and they’ll certainly start the party. Offer a large drinks dispenser full of lemonade to your guests – you could create a drinks stationery with fresh lemons and mint. A delicious wedding cake consisting of lemon sponge and zesty drizzle is obviously a must-have with this wedding theme!

One of the easiest ways to reflect this bright theme through your wedding décor is to use actual lemons as the main focus. Rustic wooden crates brimming with fresh lemons will set the scene effortlessly. When it comes to place settings, why not tie luggage tags with twine around a lemon and place on each plate. Not only will it show your guests where to sit, it’ll add a burst of colour to your reception tables.

A delightful yellow wedding colour scheme is perfect if you want guaranteed sunshine on your special day. It would also look wonderful for a destination wedding!

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An Olive Green and Grey Wedding Colour Scheme

Today is all about an olive green and chic grey wedding colour scheme. This heavenly duo is perfect for that in-between season time, when it’s no longer Winter but not yet Spring. Teamed with lots of country-style wooden details this is the perfect ‘botanical meets rustic’ wedding theme.

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An Olive Green and Grey Wedding Colour Scheme

Kick-start your wedding planning off by deciding on your wedding stationery designs. We suggest keeping the same (or a similar) design throughout your day – from the save the dates to the table plan! This almost creates a ‘brand’ for your wedding day, and it’ll reflect your wedding style as a couple. White and grey stationery with olive green envelopes will start your wedding off wonderfully.

I am a huge fan of watercolour grey wedding gowns and they’re perfect for a modern, fashion-forward bride. They’re delicate and beautiful, yet despite the colour they’re still incredibly bridal. Team with silver wedding accessories and jewellery for a truly striking look. A slate grey suit is an obvious option for this modern colour scheme, but navy shouldn’t be overlooked. Both grey and navy look handsome paired with olive green, so the choice is completely down to the groom’s individual style.

Grey bridesmaid dresses are always going to look elegant on your ladies. Olive green gowns will look gorgeous on the right girl, but they may not suit everyone in your group! It’s best to try both colours on but make sure your bridesmaids feel 100% comfortable – if they don’t feel confident, it will show in the wedding photographs.

I think this theme is particularly perfect for an outdoor wedding venue, and it’s best to incorporate a lot of nature elements into your decorations and the smaller details. Add sprigs of olive leaves to your place settings or even tie them around dark grey napkins. Wooden chairs and tables will add to the rustic feel of your big day, and they will add an Italian touch to your venue. Enhance this by using wooden tree slices as part of your table centrepieces and fill wooden crates with your favourite flowers. Wooden frames hanging from trees outside will create a fun space for photograph opportunities – you could use some DIY skills and create homemade photo props too. This could be a fun job for you and your bridesmaids to do!

Style your reception tables with grey linen table runners and cloths. Use lots of grey linen ribbon throughout the little details too: tie around your wedding chairs or even your wedding bouquet. Olive scented candles will give your reception a lovely fragrance and how about olive scented soap for your wedding favours. Why not have an olive-flavoured wedding cake too? This unusual flavour is actually delicious, and you can guarantee your guests won’t have had it before…

An olive green and grey wedding colour palette is understated, chic and modern – with a few rustic details thrown in!

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Sage Green and French Blue Wedding Colour Scheme

Choosing a wedding colour scheme that suits both your style and the season can be incredibly difficult, but we’ve discovered a gorgeous colour combination that is extremely versatile. We just love the thought of a green and blue wedding theme!

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How To Pull Off A Sage Green and French Blue Wedding

A sage green and French blue wedding colour scheme can be used in any season – it works wonderfully in the Summer as a destination wedding colour scheme, but the cooler shades also look fab in the January and February months. So let’s take a look at how you can include these two delightful colours throughout your wedding details and décor…

There is always the option of donning a pale green or light blue wedding dress, but the majority of brides will choose a traditional white gown. This colour scheme is the perfect choice for wearing your ‘Something Blue’. A French blue belt tied around the waist of your gown is a beautiful way of reflecting your theme and the ‘Something Blue’ tradition. Alternatively, sew your wedding date into the inside of your gown in blue embroidery – this is becoming a very popular choice! Your groom will look absolutely fetching in a navy suit with a sage green bow-tie and handkerchief.

Blue is one of the most popular colour choice for bridesmaids but sage green is also a fab colour for your ladies, so why not mix and match? If you’ve got 4 or 5 bridesmaids, ask them which their preferable colour choice is to wear. They’ll hugely appreciate choosing a colour that suits their individual style, and your girls will still look coordinated.

Sage green and French blue is really suited to a rustic wedding theme, so try incorporating woody elements into your wedding venue décor. A long wooden banquet table will look striking with a linen blue table runner and an abundance of wild greenery and foliage – think lots of Eucalyptus, then you’ll have a lovely scent too. White candles in silver holders nestled amongst the greenery will look stunning as table centrepieces. Place a sprig of Eucalyptus or flora on a French blue napkin – they’ll look fab at your place settings. Sage green table numbers and place names will add to the colour scheme and will effortlessly dress your tables up.

Use white details throughout your big day to brighten up your theme – the contrast will look beautifully against the green and blue shades. A white iced wedding cake on a wooden cake stand adorned with leafy details adds a botanical element to your wedding. So chic!

The Wedding of my Dreams has a huge variety of green and blue items that will help add to your wedding décor. For instance, our chunky organic green vase looks fab filled with succulents or cacti. Add to your wedding tables or even your gift table for extra detail. Our blue paper pom-poms are fab choice for venue décor and they look great hanging from the ceiling or along the trees. They’re a really simply way of adding a touch of colour to your wedding venue.

We adore this minimalist colour scheme and it’s perfect for a botanical style wedding in January or February. If you did want to recreate this style in the Summer, simply opt for warmer shades of green and blue.

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A Magical White Winter Wedding Colour Scheme

What could be more elegant than an all white Winter wedding theme? This simple colour palette is effortlessly beautiful and oh so stylish. It’s perfect if you’re dreaming of a classic wedding with just a dash of glamour – and we think it’s just made for a magical Winter wedding day! Shades of crisp white and pale ivory throughout your décor will make a statement, and it’ll create a day your guests won’t forget.

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How To Create A White Winter Wedding

Fortunately, an all white Winter wedding starts at your aisle style. Opt for white shoes and an elegant lace veil to kick-start your theme. Obviously, a white wedding dress is a must-have, but white gowns don’t just have to stop at the bridal outfit – bridesmaids in tea-length white gowns and gypsophila bouquets will look simply gorgeous.

Wedding cakes with white icing have always been hugely popular and they work wonderfully for a Winter wedding celebration. Keep the white theme going by opting for a chic white calligraphy cake topper – a personalised one will look incredibly unique. Our fab ‘It’s A Nice Day For A White Wedding’ cake topper is just perfect for this theme. Consider decorating your wedding cake table with a white lace table runner and an ivory cake stand – beautiful!

It’s often the small details in weddings that have the most impact. Let’s start with your table décor: fresh white napkins and silk white ribbons tied around cutlery will create elegant table settings. Instead of traditional ‘Bride’ and ‘Groom’ chair covers, why not wrap white silky material around them and tie with lots of greenery and foliage? It’ll make your chairs stand out while looking seriously stylish. White or cream jugs full of stunning white blooms make for gorgeous wedding table centrepieces – and they can easily be set up on the morning of your special day. Surround with dainty white tea lights for an extra touch – and who doesn’t love candles at weddings?!

If your wedding venue is already a blank canvas with white walls and interiors, you’ve already set the scene before you’ve even started with venue décor. Balloons have become a huge décor trend this year, and I think white balloons are particularly chic. Tie a few together and dot around your venue for a subtle nod towards your white Winter wedding. Balloons also make for fab props in your wedding photographs, and they’ll look very bridal. Keep things romantic by creating a white table full of your favourite photographs of you as a couple and display them in a variety of white frames. Your guests will love looking at them and it’ll break the ice and get people talking! You could be extra clever and include photographs of your siblings, parents and grandparents on their wedding day too.

An all white Winter wedding theme is utterly elegant, beautiful and classy. You really can’t go wrong with this theme – you just have to use your imagination when it comes to styling your wedding venue. If you are planning on this colour scheme browse our white wedding decorations here.

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