Pink is the color of love & romance, as white is the official color of formal ceremonies. This difference may be important for those who want to do it all by the book. But contemporary brides who care for something slightly more modern and fresh won’t hesitate to consider a different color for their wedding bouquet than white. Pick pink and you will be a lovely looking bride, and a very happily in love one too! The colors used in a wedding are essential at this point.
This year’s weddings are based on a lot of color and texture. It’s hip to be an offbeat bride ready to embrace a more vibrant look for the ceremony. White is and will always be in vogue, but perhaps now it’s the best time to accept the other hues that are haunting our weddings. We suggest you start with the off white shades, for they are less dramatic and less flashy. We know many of you fear of using a strident color in your wedding attire because it will only get you lost within the bridesmaids’ circle!
To make sure that your look is different from theirs, choose a contrasting nuance for their bouquets. For instance, if you would like to go with pink for your flowers, choose plum, brown, dark green or even black for their bouquets. Pink also looks fabulous next to rich hues of whimsical red – this if you want your wedding pictures to be really romantic and sumptuous! Pink is an ideal theme for the younger brides. Charming, feminine, youthful and chic, this color is one of the most versatile as you will discover. It is one of the richest palettes and it contains many unique derived nuances.
We said we shall focus on off white tones because they are softer to the eye and easier to accept in comparison with the classic white. The pink bridal bouquets we picked for this post are dashing, cute and innocent. They are great for the delicate bride who is having an antique-themed wedding or a romantic bohemian ceremony outdoors. Pink palettes contain multiple beautiful shades to consider for a similar bouquet: blush, coral, salmon pink, rose, violet or baby pink.
Other off white hues you can take into consideration for a soft elegant colorful bouquet are: cream, ecru and ivory, sand, nude and powder blue, peach, gray and lavender. The first bouquet is made of soft peonies and dusty miller. The flower girl wears a flower ball and head wreath in the same refined hues. The bouquet from the last picture is more voluptuous and sophisticated as it features pinkish ranunculus and garden rose blooms, white parrot tulips and whimsical pink Maribou poufs.
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