It seems the world of ballet has a lot in common with the world of weddings. Soft, romantic details like tulle, silk ribbons and classic blooms can be found just as easily at a performance of Swan Lake as a they can at a wedding ceremony. In addition to these little details, one of the wedding industry’s favorite colors of the past few years is borrowed straight from ballet style – that’s right, blush pink! This rosy hue has been popping up in wedding decor and trends for years and it is easy to see why. It pairs beautifully with gold and green (among other colors) and photographs beautifully. Below, find some of our favorite ballet-inspired wedding details!
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Have you heard? The folks at Pantone have declared Living Coral as the 2019 color of the year. We have to admit we are eagerly anticipating seeing this bold hue being featured in different ways in the upcoming wedding season. There are so many opportunities to infuse this color in your wedding style, from the smallest detail like a peachy pink signature cocktail, to a full-on statement like an entire bridal party decked out in various coral shades. Whether you’re looking to go all-in with the coral concept, or just adding accents here or there, check out some of our favorite details below for inspiration!
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This inspiration board has us in a dream-like state of mind. The perfect balance of country-chic and soft romantic details, it has our hearts singing.
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This violet hue is vibrant and full of life. We love pairing sharp and bold colors with a subtle color, like a pale lilac or blush pink. It allows the color to pop without a sharp contrast.
Images from left to right, top to bottom: thebridescafe, bellthemagazine, burnettesboards, stylemepretty, ryleehitchnerblog, matchbookmag, stylemepretty, jenhuangblog
We love this new and pure light come Spring. The way it bounces off fresh white linens and is soaked up by the budding greens makes us swoon year after year. Play off this light with a white and ivory palette. A touch of blue gives an airy and natural feel.
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