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I have always loved blush hues and when paired with other colors, the pallet can be soft and feminine or playful and cheery, which makes it a great base for any type of affair.  Lately, I have been working with two brides who are using blush as a base.  One bride is adding citrus tones to give her wedding a light and fun style and the other is adding neutrals to achieve a vintage feel for her day.  I love both styles and can’t wait for what are sure to be two beautiful weddings!

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With Honeysuckle coming in as this year’s Pantone color pick and gowns in coral and nude tones flooding the runways, this may be the year of blush and I couldn’t be more happy about it!

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To incorporate this palette into a romantic, vintage wedding think nude bridesmaid dresses and dusty pink flowers with cream and tan accents.  If you want a more laid back, festive feel to your wedding, go with coral details accented with yellows and splashes of orange.

Need some inspiration?  Just take a look at all of the beautiful details!

 

once wed

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Photo Credits:           

Top Left: Via 100 Layer Cake by Amelia Lyon Photography

Top Right: Azzura Photography

Middle: Krista Photography

Middle Top: Poppies and Posies

Middle Bottom: JL Designs

Bottom Top: Via Once Wed

Bottom: Via The Sweetest Occasion