The culture of pink for
some is portrayed as a color for little girls. For men, pink goes in
and out of style making a statement in clothing, most people believe
pink is a feminine delicate color.
Red and pink denote love while red is hot passion, pink is romance.
Hot pink is a playful while pastel pink is tenderness. Multiple
shades of pink and light purple or other pastels used together
maintain the soft, delicate, and playful nature of pink. Add
strength and vibrancy with darker shades of pinks, purple and
By choosing shades of
pink carefully and considering which other colors compliment each
other, pink wedding colors are an absolute must for those of you
tying the knot in 2007/8. With pink being very versatile and a great
color on many levels it can pretty much go with everything from
flowers, candle décor, wedding reception décor to clothing for the
wedding party. Decorate your tables with a display of floating
candles, pillar candles, and sphere candles, in various sizes with
contrasting colors for a striking centerpiece arrangement.
Pink by nature is not a
seasonal color, yet more and more pink is showing up in fall and
winter weddings not necessarily reserved for the spring and summer
seasons any longer.
For spring weddings, you could introduce shades of lilac, buttercup
yellow and sage green for a lighter feel when paired together with
soft shades of pink. Bright and vibrant shades of deep pinks
together with softer pinks are key colors for spring and summer
Tying the knot in the autumn months, try pink with chocolate browns,
these shades are no longer exclusive to spring and summer weddings.
For a winter affair, try a light shade of pink, black, white or
silver ideal colors for a classy winter weddings.
Another advantage for choosing pink as your main wedding color is
that your floral options are available throughout most of the year
at all florists.
All said and done are you tickled pink yet. Go pink, make a
statement, it is your wedding day after all.