Board #365 | Sweet Pink and Green

Pink and green is a classic color combination for a reason – it’s undeniably sweet and romantic! For today’s inspiration board, I’ve kept the pink and green very pale, and set them against a backdrop of crisp white. A paisley tie and drinking straws tied in knots add a touch of whimsy, while roses and a porcelain-inspired cake lend classic sophistication.

Mood: sweet and preppy
Palette: bubble gum, mint, crisp white

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Top row from left: bridesmaid from Brides, “tie the knot” straws from Martha Stewart Weddings, tie and pocket square from Nordstrom, bouquet photo by Nicole Hill
Row 2: personalized napkins via Fairmount Bride, rose arch from Moosey’s Country Garden, photo by Marie Labbancz
Row 3: dress from Martha Stewart Weddings, ceremony seating photo by Marie Labbancz, flower girl photo by Elizabeth Messina, invitation by Greenwich Letterpress
Row 4: place setting from Innove Events, ring pillow by Llubav, cake from Brides


  • Odd Sundays says:

    i want that hair in the first photo! is that actually do-able for a wedding?

  • Future Mrs. H says:

    LOVE the pink and green combination… I featured a wedding on my blog yesterday that made great use of bright pink and bright green – check it out!

    I am referring to your post on my blog today so I can keep up with the pink and green theme…

  • The PeachPost says:

    I love the pink and green as those are my sorority colors, but I must say that the hair is HOT!!! Being a naturally curly girl that style may be doable.

  • Stewart Imagery says:

    I love this board! The flowers, the cake, everything! LOVELY!!!

  • love says:

    omg i love this!! i am in love with muted colors and garden themes! great job again kathryn!!!

  • Lucky Designs says:

    I love green and pink. It is indeed classic. This board is so very sweet.

  • nina says:

    I can’t get enough of pink and green combo…always a favorite!

  • Kate@ Kids and Cocktails says:

    Love this. Perfect for the girly tea party I’m planning for my daughter. Who knew wedding inspiration worked for 5 year olds? Thanks!

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