Rose-Colored Wedding Decoration Ideas
Do you know any little girls (or big girls!) who love “any color, as long as it’s pink”? We all do —that’s why pink is such a popular color for engagement and wedding parties. If you’re planning an event “in the pink,” these photos from Ambre Williams Photography might be just the ticket to making sure your special day is tinted with “rose-colored glasses.” One of the wonderful things about pink is how many shades of it actually exist. Think of flowers, for example: there’s the pastel creamy pink of sweetheart roses; peonies can be anything from a bare whisper of red to deep magenta; and, of course, the fuchsia flower itself has lent its name to a whole family of pink shades. Use pink on your invitations, if you like — but you needn’t stop there.
Bouquets of pink flowers, including pink ribbons, will light up the party. Think pink for tablecloths, napkins, streamers, even balloons or confetti — chances are you can get your choice of shade more easily than you think. Pink shoes are a little girl’s delight, especially if they have an ornamental fabric flower with glitter attached. Think pink for your serving trays, place cards, and even the cake. Since pink frosting can be any flavor from straight sugary buttercream to strawberry, raspberry, or even cherry, you’ve got leeway within your color family to add extra “flavor.” So if you’re “thinking pink” for your wedding, you have myriad options available, from the palest cream to near-lilac — as you’ll see here. Enjoy!