Nail The Rosy Aesthetic With These Ideas For A Pink-Themed Wedding

If having a pink and plush wedding is your ultimate fantasy, here are all the ways you can lighten and brighten your big day with this hot hue.

Choosing your wedding colour palette is one of the first tasks of planning a wedding. The colour pink is bold and demure all the same time, and it embodies our desire for playful expression and romance. 

You don't have to go all-pink-everything to successfully pull off this colour. You can embrace bright and blooming pops of colour in your centrepieces or colourful table settings. These minimal accents still pack a statement-worthy punch. Alternatively, you can go big and bold by drenching your Mandap or reception decor in this playful shade.

If having a pink and plush wedding is your ultimate fantasy, here are all the ways you can lighten and brighten your big day with this hot hue.

1. Decor

Go all-pink with bold hot pink upholstery and the hanging decor in lighter shades contrasted with gold accents for the perfect infusion of pinks in your traditional Indian wedding decor. 


Pair bright pink seat covers with white fabric details against metallic golds, for a classier, more subtle way to use this shade. 


Use lighter shades of pink for hanging decor items contrasted with greens, or oxidised metal lanterns with pink stained glass to add a rustic, boho feel to your wedding decor. 



2. Mandap

Delicate pinks with pristine white chairs, surrounded by white baby's breath flowers is the perfect setting for your dreamy Mandap. 


To give your Mandap a more woodsy look, go for twines and twigs interspersed with bouquets of brightly coloured flowers and ferns. 


A white and gold seating arrangement topped by cute umbrellas in all shades of pink and the aisle flanked by huge bouquets in fuchsia is also a chic way to use this colour for your Mandap. 


3. Flower Arrangements

Pastel shades of pink and peach paired with rustic crates and wooden signboards are perfect for a bohemian-themed Mehendi or Sangeet. 


When going for a fully pink theme, go for a baby pink roses-only cluster, complemented by dusty rose decor fabrics for a mellow colour scheme.


Use shocking pink flowers against deep-hued foliage, for a piece of vivid feature furniture that also adds the right amount of opulence to your decor. 


4. Centrepieces

Fuchsia flowers paired with rose gold artificial flower stem clusters suit a gold-themed table setting and gives it richness. 


Blush and baby pink flowers, like pink Tulips, Lilacs and Diosmas with pretty candles is the perfect centrepiece for a lilac or lavender table.


Blooming pink roses clustered with fresh greens make for a fresh spring centrepiece to contrast all-white table upholstery.


5. Table Settings

Bright pink brocades and happy tangerines, accented by copper crockery, all tie together your lavish, traditional wedding colour scheme.


Although black is a daring colour, using it as an accent with pastel pink creates a stark and sensual contrast for your table settings.


For a more romantic and dreamier table setting, lilacs, lavenders and baby pinks can be paired with elegant whites and cut-crystal details like antique candelabras. 


6. Food

To match your food to your wedding's pink theme, have lobster on the menu, raspberry-based dishes or add floral details to the star of the evening, your wedding cake. 







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