Pink Wedding Ceremony
The color you pick for your wedding decorations and items can transform the entire event into a more inviting and seductive place to be for the wedding guests and attendants. The theme plays a central role in both the ceremony and reception as the décor items can create a warm, dynamic, fun or natural ambiance. One should select the most appropriate color for the decorations according to the formality, venue and season of the wedding.
Each season has its own color & flower recommendations and it would be wise to follow them. Likewise, each color in part carries a certain type of signification or a subtle message. For instance, white means pure elegance and innocence, red means energizing and passionate love, black screams drama and sophistication, purple says sensuality and magic, yellow cheerfulness and blue refinement. Make sure that the colors you pick for the ceremony fit the type of message and symbolism you wish to send to your guests or apply to your wedding.
We’ve decided to offer you a few suggestions and samples of wedding flowers and decorations for the pink theme. The pictures we’ve posted here are meant to show you what you can do with this color and how lovely the results can be. Pink is the nuance of sweetness, finesse, femininity and subtlety and it can fit perfectly the concept of a pretty wedding. Pink is flattering, alluring and also fun and it can make an excellent choice for those who don’t want anything somber or dramatic, but something more playful and youthful.
Designers and specialists in filed recommend pink to young couples but also to those who are into the vintage style. The coquetry, nonchalance and soft vibrancy of pink can be flattering for chic brides and grooms. Whether you’re going for a modern or old-fashion wedding, the results will be great as long as you use the most appropriate type of pink. Choosing the best shade is always a process that depends on the season, formality and location of the wedding.
The soft shades are more adequate for spring weddings and for delicate brides. You can also use paler types of pink like pink rose, lavender, violet, baby pink or mauve for antique inspired ceremonies. The bolder tones can be arranged within dramatic ceremonies or destination tropical venues. Among the vibrant types of pink you can select from we mention the hot pinks, the fuchsias, the ruby shades and the magentas.
For warm season weddings we recommend pink hyacinths, sweet peas, ranunculuses, anemones, gingers, irises peonies and tulips. For fall and winter ceremonies you can use pink gerbera daises, dahlias, tuberoses, chrysanthemums, zinnias, yarrows, carnations and calla lilies.