April 24 2017
Pastel dresses are always a popular choice for bridesmaids, mainly because you can mix and match, while choosing a shade that suits each ‘maid. Choosing one gown for all of your bridesmaids can be a seriously tricky task. From mint green, baby pink, soft lilac or sky blue, there is so much choice when it comes to picking out the perfect gown for your best girls.
There are also lots of options for the groom and groomsmen. You can team pastel waistcoats, buttonholes or ties with navy, beige or grey suits. Have fun and experiment with colour options! Their outfits will look fun with different colour bow-ties too!
We have a collection of wonderful pastel buttonholes that will look seriously handsome on your hubby-to-be. Our Camille Flower & Feather Buttonhole will add a dash of blush pink to the groom's suit - perfection!
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Pastel wedding dresses are a fab choice if you want a unique aisle style, but you can also incorporate subtle pastel hints into your outfit through your shoes, accessories and jewellery.
A pastel colour palette offers plenty of beautiful blooms for your wedding bouquet, and this is a lovely way of tying in your theme. We also have a selection of horseshoes that would fit in beautifully with this wedding theme, and they’re a must-have for any bouquet! Did you know that horse shoes were meant to offer newlyweds good luck on their wedding day?
Wedding balloons are making a comeback for 2017, and we love the thought of using a mixture of mint, blue and blush pink balloons to add the wow factor to your wedding venue. They can also be used as cute props for your wedding photographs with your hubby or your bridal party.
When it comes to your wedding tables, there are lots of ways to give them a touch of Spring. From pale pink table runners to light blue table cloths, your table décor will add a pop of colour to your wedding breakfast. Fill mason or jam jars with posies that match your wedding bouquet. You could even tie a pastel ribbon around the rim of the jar for an English country garden feel. Little jars of chutney, jam and honey will look sweet in each place setting. They can double up as place names and wedding favours – simply tie a pastel luggage tug around each pot. Why not mix and match the lids if various pastel shades. So pretty!
We just love the fact that couples are getting so creative with their wedding cakes. From magnificent macaroon towers to scrummy doughnut walls, the options really are endless when it comes to create the perfect cake. A cake with tiers in different pastel icing will look delicious, but if you wanted a simple cake you could use a pastel cake stand instead.
As you can see, a pastel colour scheme really is the perfect pairing for a Spring soiree!
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