Modern Minimalist Gray and Pink Winter Wedding

A modern minimalist wedding that is nothing short of sweet and sophisticated! That’s the inspiration behind today’s inspiration board with just 5 elements to help you imagine a beautiful winter reception with touches of pastel pink and neutral tones of gray. Soft textures like tulle and organza get juxtaposed with masculine textures like concrete. Come and see how they all come together!

Soft Touches Meet Masculine Textures in a Chic Wedding

Modern Minimalist Winter Wedding with Pink and Neutral Shades of Gray // Curated Ideas by Bellenza.

1 – Feel like a ballerina in the “Harlow” gown by Vera Wang where tulle and organza unite in a beautiful shade of charcoal. A dusty rose ribbon sash on the side complements the gray dress.

2 – Make a statement with your wedding cake in this grey masterpiece by Victoria Made. This cake incorporates varying shades of grey on a pure white canvas that produces an unusual interplay of shadows and textures. Utterly modern, indeed!

3 – Carry a bridal bouquet with flowing silver grey ribbons! Add creamy colored florals like o’hara and queen spray roses, ranunculus, flocks, and anemone. Pair them with pink hyacinths and pink o’hara roses. See blog of Garden Party Flowers in Vancouver. Styling by Sweetheart Events. Photography by Simply Rose Photography.

4 – Set the modern tone of your wedding with an edgy invitation rendered in ultra modern brushstrokes in black, gold, light pink. This invite is available in gold foil. Find the entire wedding invitation suite at Wedding Paper Divas.

5 – It’s all about textures in this winter wedding so carry on the style with trendy concrete place cards in lovely hand calligraphy from A Fabulous Fete. Photography by Lauren Saylor.

Now that we’ve showed you how to imagine the style for your modern winter nuptials. What would you do differently? Would you add softer elements in a different color other than pink? What color combo would you choose besides pink and gray for a modern minimalist wedding? We’d love to hear your ideas!

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