Are you dreaming of a pink wedding day? We have clever and beautiful inspiration for Pink decor for your big day. The color pink is traditionally associated with the nurturing, long-lasting love, that we all want. The color possibilities are almost limitless, but we’re going to show you a few of our favorite pink decor wedding inspirations.
Pink is perfect to complement a spring or summer wedding, and is incredibly versatile. Depending on the venue, the time of year, and your own taste, you can use anything from a soft pastel all the way to a vibrant, deep magenta, and everything in between. It can be used as an accent or main color, and works perfectly when used for your bridesmaid dresses, bridal bouquet, centerpieces, your groom’s tie, and so much more. We’d love to help you find the perfect combination, so please feel free to send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a consultation. 🙂
~The Enchanted Florist
Big thanks as always to all the great photographers that let us use their amazing photographs… including Paul Rowland Photography, The Collection, Leslee Mitchell Photography, Kristyn Hogan Photography, Brooke Kelly Photography, Ariel Renae Photography, Cynthia Michelle Photography, and Love Is a Big Deal Photography. If we missed you, please leave a comment and we will be sure to add your credit
When it comes to weddings, we work hard to create a personal and unique design each and every time. But there are some trends that never go out of style. Today’s gorgeous fall wedding, featuring a classic color combo is just one of those times. Kimberly and Mark classic fall wedding in Kentucky was set lakeside (that’s our kind of bride!) surrounded by nature. Continuing this theme, we combined oranges, yellow, reds, browns in their wedding ceremony decor, table centerpieces and bridal party flowers. Kimberly’s bouquet included accents of pink as well. The result is stunningly gorgeous, timeless and perfect for their venue.
Katie Wright Photography captured the most amazing pictures of the happy couple and their friends and family. It was such a pleasure working on this happy celebration – Kimberly and Mark, we wish you the happiest of years ahead. Congrats! 🙂
~The Enchanted Florist
Kimberly and Mark
Katie Wright Photography did a phenomenal job on the photos – it was such a treat to see the pictures from this Kentucky wedding. Wishing you both many, many happy years ahead. It was such a blessing to share in you special day – Congrats! 🙂
~The Enchanted Florist
What can we say… we are a sucker when it comes to orchids (who isn’t, really?). So when you are asked to work with some of Nashville’s best wedding vendors to bring a super sweet bride’s dream to life, we were stoked. Lindsey and Zach’s big day was definitely a show stopper with a bridal bouquet of white phalaenopsis orchids, accented by a reception filled with dendrobium orchids (so many, we finally lost count!). Using the already dramatic backdrop of the War Memorial Auditorium and the keen design eye of Nashville wedding planner, Angela Proffitt, the final look was over-the-top, take your breath away, spectacular. We even suspended a 4-teir wedding cake by Jay Qualls on the stage of the auditorium… the couple loved it, the guests were wowed and we were so honor to be apart of this special wedding!
The gorgeous pictures below are from pro wedding photographer, Laurie Carpenter. You can see more pictures of Lindsey and Zach’s wedding here but be sure to also check out Laurie’s website… her work is amazing. So happy were could be a part of this one… who’s going to be our next dream wedding? 🙂
Super excited about today’s post! A long time coming, we are so thrilled to finally be sharing the gorgeous pictures from one of our favorite weddings of last year. This wedding was particularly close to our hearts as the bride was also a personal friend. As part of the fab wedding planning team at Riverwood Mansion, Kimberly Radford (formerly White) asked Team Enchanted to help with her own wedding day flowers. When you take a wedding planner turned bride, add a great venue and a lots of color… well, good things are in store.
Kimberly’s bright color palette of lemon, turquoise and fuschia (can you think of a color combo more festive and fun?!) only paled in comparision to our stunning bride and the love for her groom. Against the manicured grounds of Riverwood Mansion and a crisp white tent, the combination of roses, carnations, orchids, spider mums and ranunculus blooms created a youthful and vibrant look.
Thanks to Nashville wedding photographers, Love is a Big Deal for sharing these sweet pictures of Kimberly and Matt’s wedding. We loved working with you both, bringing such a fun wedding vision to life! To many happy years… congrats! 🙂