(Image credits: Fulham Palace Weddings, Fab Mood Gorgeous Wedding Shoes, Hey Wedding Lady)
It's romantic, dreamy, timeless, classic. Just look at this inspiration you'll see that blush pink and weddings are made to go together.
Back at the reception, I would be tempted to go for vintage-style table decorations like this beautiful one by the appropriately named Blush Rose Events - the colours are as subtle and lovely as the bridesmaids dresses!
And you can tell from this photo taken in the winter snow by Sara Ackermann Photography at Tara Nicole Weddings and Events that you're not confined to the summer months for your blush and rose bridesmaid dresses. Perfect against the snow (but give your girls something to wrap themselves in too). And of course the joy of Twist Dresses like these is that there are endless ways to wear them, making the dresses probably THE most versatile around. Shown here in Blush and Sea Pink.
Blush pink gowns sort all sorts of complexions - both fair and darker. It's not true that pink looks best on blondes. Just look at this photograph of girls in their Dessy blush pink bridesmaid frocks to see the truth of it.
(Image credit: Kristin Byrum Photography)
Ways to use blush pink on your big day
- Delicate pink roses in a bouquet
- Metallics in soft silvers, gold and bronze work well with blush pink
- Scented rose candles at the entrance to the ceremony
- A delicate chiffon or organza stole or wrap for your maids
- The softest pink lip stain
- On your invitations of course - a delicate pink envelope
- A blush-inspired wedding cake
- Or maybe a pink ribbon around a classic white tiered cake
- Pink champagne on arrival at the reception
- Rose lemonade served as a non-alcoholic option
- Pink napkins at place settings
- Delicate pink shoes for the bride peeping from underneath an ivory gown
(Image credit: Wedding cake by GC Couture Cakes , rose chandelier earrings by Dessy).