Just look at this gorgeous pink color palette. What a sophisticated take on wedding pink!
So many brides love the look of pink for their weddings. And we don’t blame them. Pink is a beautiful color that gives softness and/or punch to the overall scheme of wedding design. But it can also be a color that can make you feel like you’re in the land of cotton candy, or adversely, a bit taken aback with the loudness the tones! So, we would like to present to you a calm and sophisticated use of the color that speaks volumes in a subtle way!
Can you just soak in the beauty of this photo above? The textures and nuisances of each flower, berry and leaf work together so magically with their surroundings! Each color tone works together to create a smooth and soothing path for the eye of your guest to follow as they sit down to the wonderful dinner you have planned for them.
Not only do the flower hues work well together, but the table elements as a whole are in perfect harmony with one another! We used the soft blue velvet of the tablecloth as a base. The cream upholstered seating brings the eye to the garden roses and top plate, which blend together each element on the table. Gold foliage unites the gold rimmed china and utensils. The glossy pink glass of the china and glassware to the dark roses. Then the dusty pink napkins to the floral berry accents and dusty pink velvet ribbon.
The bride wanted to keep her bouquet a subtle reflection of the setting, so we added a few light pink berries with the creamy roses and gold foliage. It had a simple tie of that beautiful dusty pink velvet ribbon. The cake was designed with clean and simple lines, just like the bridal gown, and adorned with cream and gold floral accents.
And there you have it. Our sophisticated pink wedding design! We absolutely loved working on this design and instantly fell in love with all the wonderful and talented people we met along the way. If this look is calling your name, reach out to us! Design by Sinclair and Moore. Photography by Jennie Quicksall. Cake by Jordan Fry, aka Ballerina Baker. Sparrow on Main in Lewisville, Texas was the venue. Invitations and signage by Plume Calligraphy. Table ware, linens and chairs from Emmerson James, Theoni Collection, Render Events. Bridal gown and makeup artist from Bridal Boutique Lewisville, Lip Service Makeup, and flowers from Mayesh LA.