Here are 3 ways shades of pink can enhance your English wedding
Choosing a shade for your wedding day can be daunting. With trends, your favourite colour or even your bridesmaids who can “only wear one colour”, the decision can bring indecision. So be inspired by a Gloucestershire photographer who has photographed weddings at many beautiful Cotswold wedding venues, the colour palette for pink is endless!
1. Shades – plate #E4C6BE/ Napkin -#F1E7DE
This subtle pink brings a pop of colour to your table. Accenting the napkin with the chargers will make your wedding table the talk amongst your wedding guests. Adding several shades of pink can create depth.
2. Creating shades within shades through your bridesmaids
First dress (left to right) – #f3b0a9
Second dress – #e5492d
Brides flowers – #f2b79d
As a Gloucestershire and Cotswold wedding photographer, I see so many options for wedding bridesmaids’ dresses. You can create a stunning collection of dresses that will suit each of your bridesmaids individually vs them all wearing the same bridesmaid dress colour. Summer weddings look vibrant with a variety of pink as they bounce off the green hues of the trees.
3. Let your bouquet do the talking
Bridal bouquet shades
The darkest shade of pink -#861f28
Medium shade of pink -#d7beb9
The lightest shade of pink -#e0dadc
There are a number of Gloucestershire and area wedding venues that can be the perfect backdrop for your pink hues. From the rustic barns at Kingscote Barn, Great Tythe Barn or Winkworth Farm, to venues such as the elegance of Birtsmorton Court, Pauntley Court, or go into the city and go chic such as No 131 and No38 in Cheltenham. Or if you are hosting your wedding on the family estate in a beautiful marquee, let the outdoors work with your stunning colours.
If you are looking for your Cotswold or Gloucestershire wedding photographer, please get in touch and let’s discuss your glorious day in more detail.