Is everyone else as excited as we are to finally see signs of spring? With lighter evenings, sunnier skies and plenty of pretty posies, we adore everything about this season and it really does lend itself perfect to a gorgeous wedding day. So, with flowers as the focus for the season, we’re talking all about how you can create a pink floral wedding day with hints of vintage china.
This is the perfect wedding theme for the vintage-loving bride who wants something super pretty for her wedding day. Sound like you? Then we suggest you keep reading as we’ve got some seriously swoon-worthy wedding inspiration coming your way…
Images: Top Row Left via 100 Layer Cake by Twah Dougherty | 100 Layer Cake (same as before) by Rebecca Theresa | Second Row Left via Glitzy Secrets Pink Champagne Earrings | Second Row Right via Bridal Musings by Cindy Loughridge Photography | Third Row Left via Ruffled Blog by Chelsea Diane Photography | Third Row Right via 100 Layer Cake (same as before) by Tina Chiou Photography | Bottom Row Left via 100 Layer Cake (same as before) by Cavin Elizabeth Wedding Photography | Bottom Row Right via Style Me Pretty by Valentina Glidden Photography
This pretty colour palette features textured florals, intricate designs and endless style. We promise you it will be a picture-perfect wedding day! As this theme is based around vintage china, let’s start with your tablescapes. Your guest tables will be the main focus of your wedding reception and they will help to tie your theme in together. They also offer you the chance to get completely and utterly creative with your details, décor and floral styling.
Spoil your guests and allow them to dine in serious style at your wedding breakfast. Vintage china and crockery are obviously an essential part of your tablescape. White, pink and hints of pastel will look lovely amongst pillow-soft pink posies and foliage. There are some fabulous companies across the country where you can hire your tableware and chinaware, but you can also ask for help from friends and family scouting out charity shops – they’re often treasure troves when it comes to vintage china! Search for charger plates, cutlery and matching cups and saucers. You could even create an afternoon-tea themed wedding for your guests with scrumptious sandwiches and tasty delights instead of a traditional three-course breakfast.
There are a number of routes you can go down when opting for a pink floral and vintage china wedding theme. For couples who want to give their day a rustic vibe, we suggest using wooden trestle tables, wooden signage and lots of foliage. Your pink vintage crockery will look lovely against the contrast of the wood, while dusty pink flowers will add that fabulous finishing touch.
Images: Top Row Left via Jenny Yoo Collection | Top Row Right via Style Me Pretty by Anna Delores Photography | Second Row Left via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings by Faye Amare Photography | Second Row Right via Glitzy Secrets Queen Bee Brooch | Third Row Left via Style Me Pretty (same as before) by Laura Murray Photography | Third Row Right via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings (same as before) by Scuffins Photography |Bottom Row Left via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings (same as before) by Scuffins Photography (same as before) | Bottom Row Right via Grace Loves Lace by Pixie Bella Photography
If you want something with a quaint feel, swap wooden tables for traditional round teams and white linen cloths. Ivory candles and simple napkins tied with a single pink bow will leave your guests feeling oh-so-elegant.
Your wedding stationery can feature bespoke floral illustrations or vintage motifs. Make sure you keep the same design throughout your wedding day, from the initial save the dates right through to the thank you cards, not to mention your on-the-day stationery.
For a nod towards your pink palette, our Queen Bee Brooch or Pink Champagne Earrings will add a pop of pretty colour to your aisle style. We also have an exquisite collection of pink jewellery that your team of ‘maids will adore.
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