December 31 2017
We’ll start things off with your wedding stationery as this is the first glimpse that your guests will get of your romantic wedding theme. White invitations adorned with pretty pink calligraphy and blush envelopes will help to give your guests a clue about the style of wedding your planning. Watercolour hues will look soft, delicate and feminine, but a mixture of baby pink and fuchsia shades will work brilliant together – particularly if you want a vibrant colour scheme.
Alternatively, you could use heart-inspired invitations for your wedding guests. This will immediately let them know that you are day-dreaming about a romantic pink wedding theme and they’ll love receiving little hearts in the post. You could also use wicker or wooden hearts as chair covers or to decorate the end of your ceremony pews.
If you do love the idea of using hearts throughout your wedding day, why not tie a little ceramic heart around your wedding bouquet? You could personalise it with your initials or the date of your wedding, and it’ll make your blooms look wonderfully unique.
Our blush pink Camille Horseshoe is also a must-have addition for any pink wedding, and it’ll look lovely tied to a bouquet overflowing with pink posies. It’s a lovely tradition that will certainly bring a sprinkling of good luck charm to your wedding day.
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Let your guests know that you’re using a pink colour scheme as the main inspiration for your wedding day by adorning your venue with lots of pink décor and dainty heart details. A ceremony space covered in pink roses will look simply gorgeous, and it provides the perfect backdrop for when you say ‘I Do’. Huge ‘LOVE’ letters can also be used as a backdrop for your ceremony, wedding cake or reception and they’ll look fab in your photographs.
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Wreaths aren’t just for Winter! Heart-shaped wreathes covered in your favourite flowers look beautiful as part of your wedding décor. They’re also a lovely way of signalling the start of Spring blooms. Hang one from the entrance of your wedding venue, or from the back of the bride and groom chairs.
Don’t forget about your reception tables and place settings – both are a wonderful way of reflecting your wedding theme. Blush pink napkins, table runners or centrepieces are guaranteed to get your guests swooning.
Why not offer them a delicious pink heart cookie as their wedding favours? Ice the name of each guest onto the cookie and use them as their place names too!
It’s time to think about how to reflect your romantic pink heart wedding theme through your food and drink. A pink wedding cake with a super sweet cake topper is an easy way to show that you’re smitten with one another. We adore the idea of surprising your guests by creating a delicious heart-shaped centre – imagine when you go to cut the cake!
Serve your wedding guests a variety of scrummy pink cocktails. We suggest creating your own cocktail recipes and creating romantic names. Opt for a couple of signature cocktails that you and your other half have enjoyed together – you could even go to a few cocktail lessons before the big-day!
As you can see, a wedding theme based around a blush pink colour scheme and tons of heart details and decorations really is rather romantic…
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