Pink has long been a favorite of girls everywhere. Using a pink wedding color palette doesn’t mean that everything has to be in muted tones. Although it certainly can if that’s is what you envision for your day! Whether you pair the hue with bold brights or other pastels, your wedding colors can shine with these pink wedding color combinations.
Do you adore pink? It’s a beautiful tone to incorporate into your wedding color palette, but knowing what to pair it with can be difficult. Whether you want a hot pink wedding reception or crave a blush and navy wedding, I have some inspiration for your own pink color combinations for wedding ceremonies and receptions. Such lovely tones!
Pink Wedding Color Combinations
Sunny Warm Mauve Color Palette
If you skew more towards mauve tones, this micro wedding is perfect for inspiration. The bride wore a pink hat, which took center stage for quite a few photos. Fun details, such as a gorgeous bouquet incorporated warm, sunny tones.
Sometimes pink can be more muted, such as with mauve wedding colors. Additionally, the hue can take a back seat and let other colors shine. What a gorgeous color combination for this lovely event.
Pink, Blue, and Purple Wedding Color Schemes
If you truly love pastels, then this palette that includes pink with purple and blue wedding decorations is absolutely stunning. From gorgeous gowns to amazing hair and makeup, you can fill your day with all things pink.
Blending pink wedding colors with other pastels can be elegant and sophisticated. A soft wedding color palette can also include a few darker tones of your pastels, too. See this full styled wedding here.
Blush Pink and Navy Wedding Color Scheme
Pinks can blend with other colors that can only seem overpowering. Yet used in the right application, the tones can blend in a lovely way. Navy blue was used as an accent in this gorgeous event.
There are hues of blue in the bridal bouquet and also in the stationery. Of course, the groom has on a navy blue suit, but this pastel palette lets its pink and white wedding theme shine through beautifully! See this full event here.
Blush Pink and Grey Wedding Theme
This blush pink wedding theme incorporates grey and aqua in the most beautiful way! The pink hue is so subtle that it’s hardly noticed. It is a great way to include pink without making it the main highlight.
In fact, blush pink color combinations can be really effective and utilize the hue as a “nearly neutral” tone. So lovely! Check out this full wedding here.
Moody Boho Wedding Colors
Dark and light pinks can be combined with slight citrusy tones to create a stunning, moody wedding color palette. Add in navy, mustard, and emerald and the hues blend in a stunning way.
Florals add texture, and mixing hues can be gorgeous! The family estate wedding that incorporated these colors was bold and beautiful in a big way as you can see here.
Soft Pink Wedding Tones
One of the most classic wedding colors is pink. Plus, it looks so lovely when set against other pastel tones, even if they’re neutral. Gray suits, pink bridesmaids’ gowns, and the green outdoors make for a lovely backdrop for the hue.
Pink compliments just about any skin tone, so it’s perfect for your wedding party to wear. Creating a soft, cozy palette in shades of pink can be one of the most beautiful palettes around.
Strawberry Pink and Lemony Yellow Color Palette
Not only does the combination of strawberries and lemons taste great, but it also makes for fabulous inspiration! The color palette of a bridal luncheon focused on both the flavors and colors of the tasty fruit.
Bright and pastel tones of red and yellow can be combined for a fresh, fun color scheme. The palette creates a crisp, fun vibe that is matched by the sweet tartness of the berries and lemons.
Hot Pink Wedding Reception Hues
If you are getting married in the fall, why not switch out a hot pink and white wedding for fall tones? By axing white and adding in black, it creates a season-appropriate palette when paired with red and peach tones.
It’s a way to have a hot pink and gold wedding theme while adding in a few extra colors for interest. It really gives the feeling of the autumn season without going too traditional.
Blush and Navy Wedding Tones
Navy is a classic color that pairs with just about anything. In fact, it is a true neutral! Utilizing navy in your wedding color palette can lay a strong foundation for other hues.
Rose pink and gold were incorporated into the bridesmaids’ dresses. The gowns were complimented in a lovely way with mustard tones to create a beautifully bold palette. See more of this amazing wedding here.
Pink and Gold Wedding Colors
Boho seems to be a fabulous aesthetic for including pink! This wedding was truly a feast of color for the eyes as it incorporated tones in a rose gold color scheme with blue, lavender, and burgundy.
It really goes to show that pink wedding color combinations can take on any personality, be it subtle or bold. From mismatched bridesmaids’ dresses to striking bouquets, pink was placed beautifully throughout this lovely day.
Jewel Toned Pink Wedding Color Palette
Crave truly dark, moody tones? Then jewel tones can be the way to go. By allowing your hot pink wedding reception to skew a bit magenta, you can truly have the pink and gold wedding of your dreams!
This is one of my favorite pink color combination for weddings. If you don’t want to have a pink and green wedding, you can use the hues in an engagement party, rehearsal dinner, or bridal shower.
Warm Pastel Pink Wedding Color Palette
Sometimes pink can be an accent color and take a backseat to other tones. This pink color palette focuses on autumn-inspired hues paired with pastel pink.
Not only did this wedding have a lovely color scheme, but it has three separate first looks. It’s filled with inspiration beyond its pretty palette.
Pink and Green Wedding Color Scheme
All colors pair well with green. However, one of our favorites around here is the color combination of pink and green. It’s fresh and crisp and can make such a high impact as you can see.
The pink-toned bridesmaids’ gowns and subtle pops of pink here and there make this Virginia wedding so classically beautiful. The backdrop of white really makes the tones pop.
Pink Wedding Colors
What are your thoughts? Are you considering any of the above pink wedding color combinations, or are you going to use different wedding colors? No matter what, it’s important to build on a sturdy wedding color palette. I can’t wait to see what you come up with!