Thursday, April 10, 2014

18 Top Picks for a Romantic Champagne, Silver and Blush Wedding

Champagne, silver and blush... so sophisticated, so romantic! They evoke such a vintage feel. What better place than a wedding to use such an exquisite color combination!

Pantone Champagne 467 EC; Pantone Silver 13-4403 TCX;
Pantone Pearl Blush 12-1207 TCX

Bridal Gowns

Blush and champagne-colored gowns have been growing in popularity as an alternative to the traditional white gown. (When you hear "blush," do you think of Shelby's colors "blush and bashful" in the movie "Steel Magnolias?") Actress Reese Witherspoon donned a beautiful pink blush gown in her 2011 wedding. Designers on the Spring runways now always seem to include at least one sparkly pink or champagne beauty in their collections.


Golden Peonies are perfect for this color scheme. Add some Gold Carraway Compote Vases with rose gold mercury glass finish on the reception tables, and... perfection.


Incorporate some extra touches of color and romance with hair flowers, fascinators, sashes, and of course, the shoes!

T-B: Sadie Bloom Designs' "Lavinia" Silver Satin Flower Fascinator;


Have your heart set on wearing a white or ivory gown? Let your girls shine in the golden tones. Check out these adorable dresses... cute enough to wear again!

Flower Girl

One of the cutest champagne-colored flower girl dresses out there is made by Etsy Seller Olivia Kate Couture. Add a Sadie Bloom rhinestone hair flower to it, and you're set!
L-R: Olivia Kate Couture's Aurelia in Champagne; Sadie Bloom's "Blanche" Rhinestone & Pearl Hair Flower


Last but not least, the cake. Piping, pearls, ribbons and fresh flowers are all perfect ways to adorn these confectionery wonders with your colors. Display them on an ornate sterling silver cake stand, and voila! Flavoring, too... who doesn't love a champagne cake!
L-R: Luisa Galuppo Cakes; Disney Weddings at The Grand Floridian

Are you planning a blush, champagne and silver wedding? Just had one? Feel free to share photos with us!

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