pink weddings

8 Modern Wedding Ideas You’ll Love

How to modernize the classic wedding details and create a standout wedding? Think detail by detail by giving each one a distinctive twist. For example, choose gold forks instead of silver, add a graphic tablecloth instead of the typical solid color. You could even wrap your wedding cake with a flower crown. Our favorite new... read more

A Cinderella Wedding In Houston, Texas from Still-Life Media Photography


This is a fairytale wedding my friends. No really! All of the details from Angela & IK's wedding (at Signature Manor in Houston, Texas) played out like a storybook. They started with a pink and gold color palette (with lots of pink flowers and gold table accents) and incorporated a Cinderella carriage...

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A Romantic Pink Wedding at Bay 7 in Durham, NC

Photo: Nancy Ray Photography // Featured: The Knot blog
Jennifer had always dreamed of having a fairy tale wedding, and that's exactly what her and Nicholas had! For the ceremony at Duke University Chapel, Jennifer wore a frothy Vera Wang ballgown with Christian Louboutin heels and carried a bouquet of blush garden roses. She looked like a princess, with a cathedral veil... read more

7 Romantic Shell Wedding Ideas

If you're thinking of sticking to a neutral palette, but still want a hint of color, this blush hue is the perfect shade. Paired with ivory or gold, shell is classically romantic or it's the perfect antique hue for a vintage wedding. Don't be shy about pairing this soft shade with gray or brighter tones... read more

A Secret Garden Tea Party Wedding by Photo Love Photography

The Photo Love // Featured: The Knot Blog
For their Secret Garden-inspired wedding ceremony and reception, Kelly and Zac found the perfect venue: a restaurant called The Garden Room with a back patio full of lush vines and flowers. The two exchanged vows beneath a garden trellis and celebrated with friends and family for dinner surrounded by sweet tea party-like details. Antique mirrors... read more

A Bright Pink and Purple Wedding by Wedding Photojournalism by Ron Soliman

Photo: Ron Soliman // Featured: The Knot Blog
Pairing two equally bold colors like fuchsia and rich purple is daring but Sophie and Tony pulled off the unexpected color combo in a totally elegant way. Long bridesmaid dresses, lush hydrangea bouquets and pink uplighting were just a few of the ingredients that went into this bright wedding. Before you dive in to those... read more

A Pagoda-Style Ceremony Arch

Cool right? I've seen lots of wedding arches and huppahs in all different shapes and sizes, but I've never seen one quite as unique as this pink draped arch, designed by celebrity wedding planner Yifat Oren. I love that it seems to borrow from East Asian pagoda architecture. Blush draping and clusters of pink... read more

A Romantic Vintage Wedding by Sam Haddix Photography

Sam Hannix Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
While a silhouette motif and gold details give this wedding vintage flare, the frothy pink color palette and paper cutouts added a whimsical vibe to Danielle and Rafael's Cambridge, Massachusetts wedding. It's no wonder the bride owns an event design company, because this wedding has expert custom touches all over it. Prepare to get lost... read more

Trend Alert! Blush Wedding Dresses

Photo: Elizabeth Messina // Featured: The Knot BlogPhoto: Elizabeth Messina // Featured: The Knot Blog
So you may not be daring enough to wear a black wedding dress -- but designers are creating incredibly stunning, traditional wedding dress designs in more than just white and ivory that appeal to more than just the offbeat bride. Enter the blush wedding gown. It's dreamy, feminine, delicate and undeniably bridal. The Vera Wang... read more

A Playful Pink Vineyard Wedding by Christine Chang Photography

What I love most about this pink and orange outdoor wedding is that every detail seems purposeful and meaningful. From the stick figure girl and boy cake topper to the Polaroid guest book, you just have to see it for yourself! ... read more
Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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