Fashion Friday | Soft & Romantic Wedding Hues

Feminine . . . Fresh . . . Flattering. . .

Shades of pink, yellow and peach against bold hues of green provide a lush and romantic feel to any wedding decor or bridal attire.  Described by several soon-to-be-brides as “timeless and sophisticated color palettes,” I predict that these soft and romantic hues will continue to be a hot trend this wedding season. Whether hosting an intimate ceremony in Tuscany or a beautiful backyard wedding in Northern New South Wales, this week’s Fashion Friday inspiration puts me in the mindset of Spring!

My three favorite essentials:  A bold lip, lace and bling.

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Groom Style | Infusing your signature style on your wedding day is always fun.

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This tablescape is beyond stunning and stylish.  Did you see the mix-match chairs?  The floral garland and tapered candles add some serious romance to this wedding reception.

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Vibrant bridal bouquets continue to add that special touch.  Both bouquets would compliment a simple white gown.

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Love this MODAGE approved wedding invitation.  The gold and pastel character adds a balance of traditional style and elegance.

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A pop of unexpected pink is sure to please.

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So refreshing and modern.  Love these peep toes.

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A little sparkle is always an option.  This salmon clutch is the perfect bridal accessory.  

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Blush continues to top my Spring “It” list.

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Let Them Eat Cake

Intricate soft pink sugar flowers are always a delightful choice for a wedding cake.

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 Tweet me @SavvyBrydeGuru letting me know your perfect palette.

 

Lerkia Lee

Lerkia Lee, Managing Director and Curator of Style at MODAGE · Where Modern Meets Vintage, is a passionate people person gifted in styling special events and clients.  Specializing in wardrobe consulting and bridal styling services for the discerning professional.

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  1. Dane

    Fun wedding! Looks like they had a good time! :)

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