Pastel pink and yellow make a lovely wedding color combination. The trick when working with two light colors like this is to vary the opacity of each to create an overall ombre effect. For instance: if the bridesmaid’s dress is light yellow than include even lighter yellow in your floral centerpiece, and the pink bouquet – make it a darker shade of pink than the blush wedding dress.
Speaking of that gorgeous dress…did you notice the fabric cutout sewn into it? The bride lost her grandfather before her wedding and since he had always said that he wanted to dance with her on her big day she found a touching way to commemorate him by sewing a part of his favorite tie into her dress. Isn’t that the sweetest?!
photo credits: yellow and pink bridesmaid from Heart Love Weddings, photographed by Jaimie D Photography // pink ombre invitations via Ruffled, photographed by N Barret Photography, designed by Southern Fried Paper // ombre escort cards from Once Wed, photographed by Jose Villa, designed by Neither Snow // cake from Ruffled, photographed by Amalie Orrange Photography, created by The Sugar Suite // wedding dress from Southern Weddings, photographed by Lauren Larsen // pastel pink exterior photographed by Jen Huang // champagne stir sticks via Style Me Pretty, photographed by Jel Photography // coconut panna-cotta from Inspiring The Everyday // rustic pastel florals from Style Me Pretty, photographed by Xavier Nvarro Photographie, floral design by Sabine Flowers.