Blush bows for a 2018 wedding theme

If you’re anything like us, you will have been keeping a close eye on the predicted wedding trends for 2018 and it’s been impossible to ignore the fact that bows are set to take the spotlight for the year ahead.

Bows are everywhere, whether it’s venue decorations, accessories and even hairstyles, brides are going to be incorporating this look into their big day. Team bows with a blush colour scheme and you’ve got yourself one beautiful wedding theme. We are definitely sharing the obsession with blush and bows and we are simply smitten with this soft, feminine and romantic wedding style.

Using blush as the main focus with lots of subtle bow accents, this wedding theme is ultra-cute but maintains the elegance and style that modern couples look for. Whether you want your celebration to be pretty and feminine or classic and chic, discover our favourite ways of creating this delightful wedding theme for your very own big day…

Beautiful blush bow theme wedding inspairation

Images: Top Row Left via Katie Grant Photography | Top Row Right via 100 Layer Cake by Taryan Kent | Second Row Left via Mod Wedding by Heather Cook Elliott | Second Row Right via Wedding Sparrow by Taylor Lord | Third Row Left via Style Me Pretty by CJK Visuals | Third Row Right via Rock My Wedding by Anna Clark Photography | Bottom Row Left via Style Me Pretty (as before) by Vicki Grafton Photography | Bottom Row via Right Once Wed by Jose Villa

One of the easiest ways to add blush and bow details into your wedding is through your aisle style. Blush gowns are still big news in the bridal fashion world, but if you want to wear a traditional white wedding dress, a simple blush bow will look utterly beautiful tied around the waist of your gown. Opt for a blush silk ribbon that flows with the elegance of your dress and it will add a subtle softness to your wedding look. Alternatively, you could wear a silk bow in your hair of add a touch of sparkle to your outfit by wearing the ‘Bows of Pearls’ hair comb by Glitzy Secrets. Our collection of bow brooches will also look divine attached to a shawl or even to your bridal bouquet.

Alternatively, opt for a pair of gorgeous heels or flats that have a cute bow detailing. The best news is, you will be able to wear them after the big day too! This style of shoe is a great choice if traditional wedding shoes don’t take your fancy.

Your groom and his groomsmen will look incredibly handsome wearing blush pink bow ties – a colour that generally works with any suit so he will be spoilt for choice. Blush pink accessories look great teamed with navy or grey suits, so this colour scheme will work for any season!

Vintage blush bow theme wedding ideas

Images: Top Row via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings by Katie Melling Photography| Second Row Left via 100 Layer Cake by Jessica Gold Photography | Second Row Right via Want That Wedding by Brio Art | Third Row Left via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings (as before) by Oh La La Weddings | Third Row Right via Style Me Pretty by Desi Baytan | Bottom Row Left via Fab Mood  by Kseniya Bunets | Bottom Row Right via Bow Of Pearls Hair Comb By Glitzy Secrets

Incorporate a blush and bow wedding theme into your wedding venue by tying blush ribbons around your aisle seating or wedding chairs. You could also tie a blush ribbon around your napkins to add a touch of bow detailing to your wedding place settings.

Add elegance to your wedding stationery by tying a silk blush ribbon around your save the dates and invitations. This will immediately give your special day a luxurious feel that will help to set the scene for your guests – just wait until they see you and your wedding venue!

This delightful duo really will create the most darling wedding theme you could ever dream of…

 

Written by Lottie Dainton


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