Perfect Palette Friday: Gold and Blush Pink

This week the focus is on a soft color palette of gold and blush pink. Borrow from the nostalgic palette of exuberant pinks and shimmering golds to create a wedding that is elegant without being stuffy. Combine as many pinks as you like (they mix and match with surprising ease), then crown them in glittering golds.

Look like a Greek goddess by adding a little gold leaves and baby's breath in your wedding day hair.

Look like a Greek goddess by adding a little gold leaves and baby’s breath in your wedding day hair.

Have your cake be a light gold with a pink accent so that it is not overwhelming and will still give an elegant but not stuffy look to your wedding.

Have your cake be a light gold with a pink accent so that it is not overwhelming and will still give an elegant but not stuffy look to your wedding.

Add gold leaves to the boutineer for a great finish to the grooms attire.

Add gold leaves to the boutineer for a great finish to the grooms attire.

Gold and pink should be carried through the wedding not necessarily as the main colors but as the accent to Ivory.

Gold and pink should be carried through the wedding not necessarily as the main colors but as the accent to Ivory.

You can carry gold accents through to your dress. A lot of wedding gowns are now available with a hint of gold to them. Maggie Sottero Emma - available at mybridalcloset.com

You can carry gold accents through to your dress. A lot of wedding gowns are now available with a hint of gold to them.
Maggie Sottero Emma – available at mybridalcloset.com