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bridal party in blush dresses
Photo: Royce Silhis

Blushing Bridesmaids

Blush is such a lovely, feminine color. If you have a bridal party with many different skin tones, mix and match different shades of blush (some have more of a peachy, others more of a pink, undertone).

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Accepts with Pleasure

Get them to RSVP in a flash with a stunning invitation suite. Blush wedding ideas are normally subtle and sophisticated, just like this beautiful invite.

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three tiered wedding cake with blush floral and gold glitter layers
Photo: Erin Schrad

Blush & Gold

One of the most popular pairings for blush is a sparkly gold. We find this wedding cake a particularly intriguing way of incorporating blush, with its variety of textures and modern-meets-vintage style.

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beach wedding tablescape with blush flowers and napkins
Photo: Katie Grant

Promote Peace

Weddings are exciting, often stressful events. Make your environment as serene as possible with blush wedding ideas that create a calm mood. Beachy wedding decor like these centerpieces use light colors to enhance the natural beauty of its surroundings, rather than complete with it.

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elegant wine and blush floral arrangement next to tall taper candles
Photo: Sylvie Gil

A Perfect Complement

Love deep, rich hues? Berries and wines have been popping up in 2016's weddings. Highlight their stunning color by surrounding them with blush wedding details. The pink undertones will add depth and dimension to the darker colors.

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The New Neutral

Neutrals are often thought of as off-whites, creams, taupes, and grays. But a pale blush plays so well with these colors that it creates a dreamy, nearly monochromatic palette full of creamy hues. Tablescapes like this one is another way to bring lots of different texture and patterns into the mix.

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An Unconventional Bride

Not every bride is dying to wear white on her wedding day. Some ladies just don't like how they look in white. Enter a blush wedding dress. This bright blush is used on a modern silhouette to give this bride an innovative wedding day look.

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Quiet Drama

You don't have to use bright colors to create bold and impactful centerpieces. Blush roses are classic and elegant. Pair them with pretty metallic details and large-scale arrangements to transform a ballroom into a wedding wonderland.

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outdoor party tablescape with blush pillows and flowers
Photo: Audra Wrisley

Attention to Detail

Use tiny blush details throughout your wedding, particularly if blush is your accent color. In this backyard reception, blush seating pillows were used with a low table, and a simple blush ribbon tied the white tulle runner at each end.

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naked wedding cake with blush and berry flower toppers
Photo: Emily Millay

Pretty Toppers

Use blush roses or peonies as a lovely cake topper, particularly on simple designs like this naked wedding cake. It's so subtle that it won't steal away attention from the dessert.