Categories: Wedding Trends
March 22, 2019
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A Very Pink Wedding

It’s no secret that planning a wedding doesn’t happen overnight. There are so many different factors that go into your big day.

From the dress to the venue, every little detail must be planned carefully.

However, two of the most important factors are the wedding theme and colors. Pink is associated with universal love and represents affection, harmony and inner peace. Pink is the color that represents sugar and spice and all things nice, playful, sweet and a certain softness. The harder side of pink is the color red which represents passion and heat, so incorporating dashes of red in your wedding theme can add some interest.

Two ideas for the color pink in your wedding theme:

  • Rustic romance: The rustic wedding theme has become quite popular in recent years. Chalkboards, mason jar centre pieces, lace, burlap, and fairy lights are all associated with this boho chic wedding theme. However, the best part is that any color can be incorporated nicely into a rustic theme. If you would like your wedding to have a rustic, but romantic feel, use soft pinks and whites.
  • Valentine’s Day: There’s no better holiday to plan your wedding around than Valentine’s day. After all, it is a holiday created just for lovers! If you choose to go with a Valentine’s Day wedding theme, you can use various shades of pink, as well as red and white. If you want to go the extra mile, incorporate hearts into the decor, too!

These are just two of the pink wedding color themes that you can use for your wedding. The list could go on! If you select the color pink for your wedding it is not necessary to have a theme as the color will tell it all. Soft shades of pink for a wedding gown can be stunning, incorporating some glitz with sparkles adds to the glamor.

Flowers in different shades of pink come in a large range and are apt to be less expensive. Pink flowers are very forgiving and mix well with most colors especially white, red and pastel blues.

However, two of the most important factors are the wedding theme and colors. Pink is associated with universal love and represents affection, harmony and inner peace. Pink is the color that represents sugar and spice and all things nice, playful, sweet and a certain softness. The harder side of pink is the color red which represents passion and heat, so incorporating dashes of red in your wedding theme can add some interest.

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