As long as people have been getting married, brides have been saying, “I’ll take the pink flowers, please!” Pretty and pure, you can’t deny the romantic fresh youthful feel of a pink and white wedding.
Over the years, the hues have evolved and wedding stylists today have a way of infusing the colour pink into wedding styling in a so-not-naff way. Throw out your ideas of the baby pink satin sashes of bridesmaids past circa 1987. Do away with images of fuchsia halter necks of 1990’s fame. Today’s bride is only concerned with the the most delicate textiles and flattering romantic designs in blush.
The look flows through to the styling creating dreamy romantic feels, incorporating various shades of pink. Made to Match Events
developed a pretty pink style complemented by classic white.
Watercolour menus of pink and white flanked by decadent rose gold cutlery from Gold Wedding Hire.
Carefree tousled hair with pink and natural-toned makeup by Hair by Nicola and The Ballerina Bride respectively.
Photographer: Jennifer Oliphant Photographer | Venue: Obi Obi Mapleton Farm Stay | Styling: Made to Match Events | Flowers: The Orange Blossom | Hire: Style Le Aisle | Makeup: The Ballerina Bride | Hair: Hair by Nicola | Gowns: Jennifer Gifford Designs | Cutlery: Gold Wedding Hire | Stationery: Stimuli Couture Design | Cake: Petal and Peach Bakery
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