|Eyelander Photography Island Wedding|
To start with, pink and blue aren't inherently clashing. If you choose the right tones of each they can be very gorgeous and fun. For early spring, pastels work beautifully together along with white or cream accents. For hotter weather, navy and hot pink are absolutely rocking! Even hot pink and a bright blue like Malibu blue can work well together if you keep the number of design elements to a minimum and use a clean, bright white to accentuate the details.
|Tiffany Blue w/ Pink Accents|
|Dog-Gone Darling Pink and Blue by The Wedding Chicks|
The worst thing about this wedding in particular was how muddled and messy the colors looked. Each of the bridesmaids wore a different style of "modest" satin gown in either blue or pink, making it look like a bunch of teenage girls decided to recreate the 80's. I personally think it would have looked better if all the bridesmaids had been wearing blue dresses and carrying pink bouquets instead of alternating blue/pink and carrying mixed bouquets. At the very least, if the dresses had been simplified and not enormous and poofy it would have looked much more elegant. For example, this wedding pictured to the right has a kind of fun and shabby-chic atmosphere thanks to the varied shades of simple pink and blue bridesmaids dresses. Still not my favorite look ever, but it looks clean and refined and not messy or immature. I like how the bouquets are mostly pink and white with just a touch of blue thrown in, and all the colors complement each other.
If you're thinking about a pink and blue wedding check out my Pinterest Board for more classy inspiration and ideas.
|Navy and Pink Bridesmaids|