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Fuchsia Bouquets

If you're worried about featuring too much fuchsia, including a pop of fuchsia to your flowers adds a fun, summery hint of the color without overpowering your wedding party. It's those little wedding details that make all the difference.

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Pocket Square & Boutonniere

The trouble with picking fuchsia for your wedding colors can sometimes be getting your man to agree to wear a shade of pink. If he's not feeling something like a fuchsia vest or tie, keep the color low-key with a pocket square or boutonniere. Plus, adding lots of floral fuchsia wedding details gives your day that nice, summery vibe.

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Fuchsia Aisle Runner

Keep your ceremony breezy by lining the aisles with fuchsia flower petals. Pair the runner with neutral-colored chairs and a bright, sunny day for an outdoor ceremony will really make the petals pop!

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Fuchsia Bridesmaid Dresses

Giving your girls fuchsia dresses is one of the easiest ways to incorporate this fun, summer color into your big day. Consider keeping their dresses shorter and made of light fabric to make them perfect for a summer wedding indoors or out. Plus, a shorter dress with more breathable fabric increases their chances of actually wearing the dress again. Everyone wins!

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Sweet Stationery

Adding a touch of fuchsia to the stationary for your big day can be another great way to incorporate the color on your big day and pairing it with a bright color can help give the day a bright, summery feeling.

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Bright Table Decor

Adding fuchsia to your table decorations and pairing it with another bright color, like peach, adds energy to the table, and channels those bright vibes we all love in the summertime.

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Offsetting Neutrals

The summer is hot, so why not give your special day some breezy summer vibes by pairing your fuchsia boutonnieres with a taupe suite instead of a tux? Not only will it keep the guys cool, but it will give your entire day a bit of a chilled out, easy-going feel.

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Fuchsia Wedding Cake

Adding a splash of fuchsia is a great way to bring your signature color onto your cake, especially when you use fresh, fuchsia flowers to bring seasonal cheer to your reception.

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Rustic Decor Ideas

A lot of modern weddings use fuchsia as an accent color, but it also pairs very nicely with more rustic weddings, too. Add it to rustic vases for a centerpiece with a pop of color or create a stunning fuchsia ceremony altar while giving your wedding that "off the beaten path" feel.

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Fuchsia Hairpiece
Photo: Sophie Epton Photography

Fuchsia Hairpiece

Out of all the summer wedding details you can add to your big day, nothing says it like flowers in your hair. Whether you add a couple blooms or a full-on flower crown, adding fuchsia flowers to your wedding day hair style gives a fun, summery feel to your wedding day style.