If you have to describe this Spring’s biggest look in one word, well here it is: Pink. Light pink, hot pink, ombre pink, pink as a neutral ( what?!), you name it and it’s going to be everywhere. And with so many options, hues, prints, you really can’t go wrong with finding the perfect tone to compliment your skin.
Pink also isn’t just for blondes anymore. You may be thinking of bubble gum pink on Barbie, or Julia Roberts’ wedding in Steel Magnolias where blush and bashful really translated into pink and more pink of the pepto bismol kind. But we have seen pink for weddings in the last few years in a variety of special ways. We adored Kaley Cuoco’s all pink custom Vera Wang gown, Jessica Biel is tiered pink Giambattista Valli for her wedding to Justin Timberlake, and who can forget the all-time pink dipped dyed favorite from Gwen Stefani’s John Galliano wedding gown. But it’s not just for the bride anymore- new details are cropping up all over the place that makes pink accessible for everyone and all types of weddings.
Pink for the boys: Southern weddings have been doing it for years. Sharp pink bowties or light suits with pink dress shirts. The looks is equally preppy as it is fun and photographs beautifully. Pink can be so subtle that is can also be in place of a neutral white. That’s why for guys, it’s the perfect way to add a hint of color and switch up the basic white shirt. It also looks fantastic against a white gown!
Pink décor: Pale pinks, peaches and blush are often much more elegant and subtle than a bold pop of pink. We have been covering the ombre effect for quite some time and no other color seems to compare to the beauty of using multiple shades of pink. Paired with vintage accents and gold flatware, the look is impossible to beat. We love seeing it for Spring with the freshest pink and white peonies.
Pink for the girls: So we know when it comes to colored wedding dress, pink is always the first choice. Brides for years, even before it became popular have opted for a pink gown or a light blush when they realize how insanely beautiful the color can be on so many skin tones. It’s almost impossible to say no for some brides. And even for Brides that go for all white in their dress, we LOVE the new hot pink gowns from BCBG and other designers showing the pop of color for bridesmaids who then carry all white flowers. You can even add them to a pretty neutral palette for that shock of bright color. We love the surprise element and the color looks great on most people! Spring Wedding Trend Pink.