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Blush Wedding Inspiration in a Palette of Ivory and Gold

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Blush wedding palette

Blush. The color that evokes the romance of roses! When paired together with ivory and glittery gold, a blush wedding can be elegant yet understated. It is the kind of wedding that is suited for a bride with a minimalist style that is nothing short of being glamorous at the same time. Today’s inspiration board brings together elements that convey such a style, while incorporating DIY touches that are surprisingly simple! Let’s take a look!

Details for an Elegant Blush Wedding

Elegant Blush Wedding Details in Ivory and Gold.

  1. An ombre tulle ball gown with pick up skirt style – Vera Wang for David’s Bridal
  2. A three-tiered ivory wedding cake with lace appliqués by Elizabeth’s Cake Emporium – see the cake at Brides.com
  3. A pale pink square folder design invitation with gold foil printing – see the invitations by Dogwood Blossom Stationery and Invitation Studio with Kati Rosado Photography, including design and styling by Emily Grace Design
  4. Rose embroidered sachets with pink drawstrings and filled with blush rose petals – available from the Bellenza Shop
  5. Blush candle votives with glitter – see the DIY at All You Need Is Love and Paint
  6. Rose bouquet – see the tutorial at Project Wedding
  7. Blush bride cocktail – via Tahoe Unveiled

What will you be doing for your blush wedding? Leave a comment and share your ideas and questions with other brides.

2 comments

  1. Hi, I have a question about this wedding color theme. Will dusty blue work as an accent color with an ivory, blush and muted gold palette?

    Thank you!

  2. Hello Meg!

    Certainly…dusty blue would be lovely with ivory, blush, and gold (actually, it’s one color we wish would be used more in weddings!) This post we had as inspiration for a vintage bridal shower uses that combination…so you may want to take a look:

    http://www.bellenza.com/wedding-ideas/decorate/host-a-vintage-tea-party-for-the-bridemaids.html

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