Pink Wedding Color Palettes
We’ve assembled three of our favorite pink color combos to help you choose which wedding color palette is right for you.
Want a wedding that is utterly pretty in pink? You’re not alone. Pink is one of the most popular wedding colors because of its soft tones and flattering hues.
Pink & Gold
Pink and gold seems to be the new powerhouse wedding palette. You’ll find no lack of details in this palette, as it is the go-to color scheme for elegant, sophisticated weddings. Above, sequined table linens might be one of our favorite details of 2015, and this blush sequined tablecloth (above) is no exception. With those gold wrapped chocolate favors, the whole table just glows. Below, take sparkle to a whole new level with these gold glitter vase and matching table number. With blush flowers, the effect is very soft and pretty. This palette makes merging vintage with modern a total cinch.
Give your metallic a sense of whimsy with little details like gold rick rack on your invitation, and then extend that detail throughout your wedding. The bride also used the same rick rack to tie her bouquet together.
Check into rentals and your venue or catering company to see what colors they offer. Gold and pink have become so popular many companies can assist in your scheme with chargers and chairs (below).
Pink & Navy
It’s not just for preppy events (although it does look truly smashing with them), pink and navy is a great color palette for many wedding themes. If you want to update this classic, use midnight or ocean blue instead of navy–both shades look excellent with pinks. This Southern groom below paired his stately pink and navy striped tie with a playful gingham shirt and matching pocket square.
For your invitation suite nothing makes pink look quite so formal as navy. This invitation below has a classic vibe, but because of the bubblegum hue, it’s also sweet and celebratory.
Pink & Pink
Why settle for one pink when you can have them all? Combine a rainbow of pinks, from the palest of blushes to cherry red to create a bright, festive atmosphere. I challenge you to find one person who eyes wouldn’t light up upon spotting this sweet table (above) above from across the room. Seriously yummy.
The cake table below features a light pink and chocolate cake surrounded by pink flowers in practically every shade. Because this can be such a powerful color palette, it works well with more spartan environments, like urban industrial spaces (below).
This palette works well when trying to achieve a pink jewel-toned effect. Above, this moss planter box is filled with groomsmen boutonnieres in every hue.
Below, if you really like ombre and want to use the technique in your wedding, then a pink and pink color palette is perfect for those details. This ombre ruffled cake goes from petal to hot pink underneath rosy balloons.
Credits: Anna Pumer Photography | Luke & Cat Photography | Closer to Love Photography | CJ’s Off the Square | Annie Edmonds | JC CreativeWorks | Jen Huang Photography | Hostess with the Mostess | Your Dream Photo | Imagen Photos | Alicia Thurston