Pink and Silver Glamour Wedding

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Pink paired with silver gives off such a Hollywood glamour vibe. Think polished shiny surfaces and a gown that's red carpet worthy. Don't go overboard though. Keep it slightly casual with light touches of lace and flowers which have more of a garden feel and the whole style of the wedding will be very pretty whilst still maintaining a glitzy edge.

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Colour Palette
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Bridal Party Couture
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For the off beat bride, a pink gown instead of the traditional white could be a show stopper. Dress your bridesmaids in a lighter shade of pink or even white for a modern take on an old trend. Jewelled shoes add a touch of bling.
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(Image Credits: Top Row: The Knot x 2; Brides: Bottom Row; Brides; Nicole Miller; Brides.)
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Wedding Style and Decor
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Keep the reception decor from looking too feminine by using a clear marquee or even clear acrylic chairs just to up the modern factor. Escort cards are displayed on a bed of pink petals and the ring pillows are unusual crocheted versions.

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(Image Credits: Top Row: The Knot; Project Wedding; InStyle Weddings; Brides; Bottom Row: Brides x 2; Project Wedding.)


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The Catering
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A lace stencilled cake in a clean square shape sits atop an acrylic plate stand, ideal if you're using clear chairs. Add a signature cocktail in amazing glasses (these ones are from Preston Baileys collection) and some macaroons in grey and pink for the dessert bar or favours.
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(Image Credits: Top Row: Brides; Martha Stewart; Brides; Bottom Row: The Knot; Brides; The Knot.)



(Image Credit: The Knot.)

Aqua and Cherry Red Wedding

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1. Bridal Gown by Badgley Mischka
2. Bridesmaids dress from Wayne Cooper
3. Aqua satin shoe from Zoe Wittner
4. Taylor white wash trays from Imbue Weddings
5. Bridal Bouquet from Brides
6. Tiffany Chair in white from Imbue Weddings
7. Image from Nancy Chen
8. Image from The Knot

Minimalist Vintage in Sage Green and Slate Grey

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A clean-lined basic design using modern pieces like square shaped dinnerware mixed with classical ornate vintage touches creates a look which is so stunning. It's simple and clean but with added beauty of old fashioned touches. In a grey and sage colour palette with a background of pure white it's one of my favourite looks for weddings this winter. Grey has never been a very popular colour for weddings but a blue toned grey used as an accent against the white and paired with a subdued green just pops and it looks sophisticated and stylish.

Colour Palette



Bridal Party Couture


Subtle ruffles on streamlined dresses otherwise free from adornment would be ideal for this look. A bouquet of a mix of pure white flowers and foliages is great for garden themed weddings and sets off a more modern dress nicely. For understated shoes simply add a bow to some satin peep toes.

(Image Credits: Caroline Herrera via Brides; Brides; Steve Madden Shoes; Zoe Wittner Shoes; LHE Events; Jim Hjelm via Brides.)


Wedding Styling and Decor


An ornate chandelier over a square table set with a modern setting of square dishes and plain dark linens in a garden is perfect for this look.
(Image Credits: Fresh Events; Poppy vases from Graham and Green; InStyle Weddings; Chandelier from French Dressing; In The Now; In The Now.)

The Catering


Try making a dessert bar using all your favourites against a white background with some slate grey linens with ribbon napkin rings.

(Image Credits: Brides; Rebecca Thus; Brides; Favours by Martha Stewart; Rebecca Thus; Napkins from Brides.)
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