There’s no reason pink has to be set aside for fall weddings; just pair it with a more typical fall color. Here I’ve used copper, and the pink almost ends up being more of an accent color, which I think works. Also, this color combination is a nice twist on the ubiquitous pink and brown, with copper’s ruddy metallic patina lending more complexity than a flat chocolate. How would you make pink work for a fall wedding?

Mood: feminine, complex
Palette: copper, pink

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Top row from left: copper platter from Martha Stewart, garden photo by Michelle Pattee, copper and pink dahlia, feather and rose bouquet from Rebecca Thuss
Row 2: bouquet by Nicolette Camille, miniature ice cream cones from Custom Event Group, boutonniere by Emplume via Sparkliatti, dress via This Is Glamorous
Row 3: ribbon invitation from Brown Sugar Design Studio, dress photo via Daisy Chain, ranunculus photo by Meg Smith
Row 4: cake by April Reed, paper flower headband by Jude Miller, invitation from Innove Events

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