Feminine blush and striking black come together in sweet harmony on this wedding mood board. Perhaps the perfect combination of want you want and what he wants, this look will make your wedding-planning-heart skip a beat! Now, let’s show you how to pull off this look while keeping your wedding wallet happy.
Leave it to us to start with the invitation. This breathtaking floral wedding invitation showcases beautiful, garden roses in your favorite shade of pink. Everything about this invitation can be customized to suit your wedding-day style, including the background color. We beg you to keep it black though – the sharp contrast so modern and chic. The best part is the price. Just 99¢ for your invite and R.S.V.P. postcard. A price to make you blush!
Make it Yours
When you’re shopping for your perfect bridal gown, consider choosing a style offered in blush! From a hint of blush to a more dominant tone, it can complement a variety of skin tones and will look dreamy next to your groom’s black suit. Dress your bridesmaids in a mismatched palette of black and metallic blush gowns. Choose bouquets to accent your colors and don’t forget the groom can don a blush garden rose too and tie this whole look together.
Décor to Make You Blush
Set up your reception with a dashing backdrop using satin blush and black fabrics. Bolts of fabric layered behind your head table will set the stage for a romantic and stunning evening. A black fondant wedding cake will be the talk of your reception for its bold uniqueness. And you just know everyone tongues will be checking out each other’s black tongues. Just imagine the photo opportunity! Add a custom touch with personalized black cocktail napkins that feature your names stamped in rose gold foil. Complete your tables with black taper candles in thrifted candle holders and your reception will be lit with romantic tones and conversation all evening.
Photo Credits: Backdrop: Ashley Paige Photography via 100 Layer Cake, Bride and Groom: Etsy, Boutonniere: Loverly, Bridesmaids: Erich McVey Photography via ModWedding, Cake: Sotiria McDonald via Martha Stewart Wedding