Board #225 | Playful Pink

Ruffly pink peonies, parrot tulips, poppies… girly and lovely and perfect for a wedding. But to keep things playful and from being overly saccharine, add lots of white in everything but the flowers, balloons, a simple apricot at each seat for a place card, and upright curly calligraphy.

Mood: playful, frilly
Palette: pink, peach, oranges and yellows, white

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Top row from left: balloons from Martha Stewart Weddings, bouquet photo by Karyn Iserman, apricot seating card from Rebecca Thuss, Carmela Sutera dress from Charleston Weddings
Row 2: cakes from Martha Stewart Weddings, cootie catcher via The Bride’s Guide, pink bridesmaid dress, centerpiece from Rebecca Thuss
Row 3: photo by Jesse Leake, Moschino suit via Nibs, bouquet by Artfool, balloon table numbers via Brooklyn Bride
Row 4: calligraphy by Tara Jones, photo by Missy McLamb, peony arrangement by Artfool

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  • Kati says:

    I love the colors in this post. I am ALWAYS stopping by your blog for inspiration – not just wedding-related!

  • Etiquettely Correct says:

    I love that bouquet on the top row! I found it in a magazine and have been looking for a picture ever since. So glad you posted it!

  • agntpoptart says:

    GORGEOUS!!! exactly what I want for my wedding!

    with a bit more green background for the casual yet elegant backyard fete!

    I make sure I stop by every day for new inspirations. Always so lovely!
    -Katherynn F.

  • Supabloggasuprememama says:

    This blog makes me want to get married again. ;) I stop by here for inspiration for my home! Love your choices.

  • Kate says:

    Tara Jones, who is the featured calligrapher in this Inspiration Board, did all of my wedding calligraphy. Her work is truly beautiful!!

  • Sarah's Fab Day says:

    This collage is darling such a fun inspiration!
    Sarah @ The Invitation Lady

  • emmasmmith says:

    u so much for this. I was into this iss ue and tired to tinker around to check if its possible but couldnt get it done. Now that i have seen the way you did it, thanks guys

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