Pinky Peach Wedding Palette

October 10, 2014

in Accessories, Bridesmaids, Dresses, Flowers, Tables

Pinky Peach wedding Palette

At NS this year we have found a pinky peach wedding palette is in vogue and one of our greatest inspirations for this super pretty colour scheme this summer is Alice Temperley’s shop window in London.


These very feminine shades are just perfect wedding colours.  Delicate pastels shades are easily mixed with a few darker tones to give a certain radiant glow to  a wedding, and when mixed with shimmering gold or vibrant blue you have a delightful wedding ambiance.

Pinky peachy

Top table decor

Abundance of delicate pinky peach petals mixed in with dainty petals dipped in liquid gold makes the perfect table accessory.

Coffee break

For more wedding table inspiration ditch the white tableware and go for a more pastel shade to ensure a bright reception table.

Flower girl

Little flower girls look divine in pinky peach, such as this adorable love bird party dress in a coral pink satin finish, with a bird and flower jacquard design. To complete the look add some matching peach booties.

Timeless Bride

For this delicate colour scheme you need to be a timeless bride, take this Allanah dress which has been beautifully created from luxurious duchess silk satin giving you a beautiful A-line silhouette as you walk down the aisle. Add these beautiful statement shoes to make a true wedding entrance. These Rosa vintage corsage shoes are inspired by classic vintage fashion; they feature a layered corsage rose with net and tulle petals and a glittery centre at the outside ankle. This Ellen bridal pearl clutch is the bridal accessory for graceful bridal style.

Shades of Pink flowers

Flowers are an easy and cost effective way to bring in your chosen colour palette. To keep the flower budget on song limit the types of flowers when thinking about your reception table centrepieces. At NS we found that for DIY brides a flower arrangement of the same type of flower is far easier to re-create and can be relatively inexpensive. To give a more lavish appearance to a floral arrangement use a generous bunch of the same flowers in a single shade, and for that feeling of extravagance add several larger flowers in a contrasting or lighter shade.

Flowers in white jug

Choose your vase with your flowers in mind. Streamline flowers look much better in a slim vase, whereas larger displays need a more elaborate container.  Think a little outside the box and use unusual things for your floral display, such as a copper pan, a simple white jug or a old wooden box.  The one thing to avoid is a large high floral display which stops guests talking to each other across the table – floral displays for recption tables must let the conversation flow.

Wedding cake

When it comes to a wedding cake, an easy way to bring in the wedding colour palette is to add delicate detailing through satin ribbons and fine icing.

Whatever you choose, with a pinky peach wedding palette you can ensure a breathtaking romantic day.

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Sharon Maher is a wedding and party planner, event venue stylist and also writes the blogs Norah Sleep Wedding Style, Norah Sleep Living Style and My Wedding Marquee about weddings, food, fashion, style and things that inspire her in life. Find her on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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