9 Beautiful Blush & Soft Pink Wedding Colors for Brides to Try
Among all the popular wedding colors, blush pink is the most commonly seen color that most brides like to use in their wedding. Blush pink is ideal because it combines well with many other colors such as grey, blue, greenery, gold, and many neutral tones. In this article we are showing all brides 8 pretty blush and soft pink wedding colors that are hot for the year 2018. Check them out! Kindly be noted that all the invitations included below are from Elegant Wedding Invites.
1. Organic Blush Pink and Greenery
Pairing greenery with any color is a hot trend this year and pairing it with blush just makes it even more spectacular. It’s soft, feminine, romantic, and looks lush no matter how sparse the greenery is. Blush is great for attire, floral, linens, and stationery, so it’s also an easy color choice. No matter the formality, blush is a great choice.
2. Rose Wood Color for Fall Season Wedding
Picking warmer tones automatically leans towards fall and winter, but this can also be done in spring and summer, IF you have an elegant vibe set. Nevertheless, rose wood is blush’s big sister…a bit more refined, a bit more grown up, and a bit more sophisticated. Overall, rose wood just looks expensive and gives you the warm-fuzzies when you look at it, so why not go for this amazing color on your big day?!?
3. Blush and Light Grey
Blush and grey is the perfect pairing of sophistication. The grey offsets the girly of the blush and the blush romanticizes the grey…so just like you and your fiancé, they are meant for each other! And don’t think you have to stick with one shade of grey either…lighter, darker, glittery, silver…it all works!
4. Sweet Plum Pink
The key to making this color work is to not get hung up on having everything the exact same. Variety is the spice of life AND it’s the key to making sweet plum work. A little lighter, a little darker, a warm tone, and a cool tone, all work together beautifully and these pictures are the perfect example of how you pull this off, stunningly!
Invitation from Elegant Wedding Invites
5. Navy and Dusty Pink
Navy and dusty pink go hand in hand…just like you to will down the aisle! It’s the combo of feminine and masculine that lets these two colors work together in perfect harmony. Choices are abundant for this color palette in every wedding category, so that also makes planning that much easier!
6. Bashful Blush and Sage
You may be thinking, “Isn’t this just greenery?”. And the answer is no…it’s sage and that makes all the difference. Sage is dusty, it carries a grey (and sometimes and even dusty blue) hint to it and it’s light and airy. If you are wanting ethereal or whimsical, ask for sage!
7. Peachy, Blush and Burgundy
This color combo is wonderful because you don’t have to pick just one…they are beautiful together! And if you decide that one shows up a bit stronger in your color planning game, that’s fine too! A little or a lot of both or one or the other is A-Okay!
from June Bug Weddings via EWI
8. Dusty Rose and Serenity Blue
Just like Navy and Blush, these colors balance the masculine and feminine, but they do it a lot softer! Think of both of these colors in terms of pastels, but turn the dial to warm tones, and you’ve nailed it. Choices are abundant and even if you pick one of these two to be more predominate, you can’t go wrong.
via Snippet and Ink
from June Bug Weddings via EWI
9. Pink and Lavender
The key to success is to add it different shades of both of these colors. If you get stuck in one shade of pink and one shade of lavender, it’s not only going to limit you, it’s going to look blotchy, and no one wants that on their big day. Floral is abundant in these colors so you a guaranteed to have choices, and isn’t that a perk?
via Instagram/via Foraged Floral/