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Pinks tend to add softness and is traditionally a feminine colour and a popular choice for many. I have seen a few brides wear pink for ceremonies leading up to the big day and in fact my mother wore pink on her wedding day, so the colour is definitely not outdated! To get ideas from these designs, here are some tips.
– Pink/Cream lehenga is designed by Shantanu & Nikhil and was presented at Delhi Couture week 2011. The fact that the top is not a ‘bra’ means you can actually wear it respectfully in the community and the combination of pink, cream and metallic colours are just right. A little under-done for the wedding day for me, but perfect for a pre-wedding celebration. (Photo Source:www.fdci.org).
– Tier cakes are my favourite, since it adds height, it normally looks spectacular, adding splendour to the decor and if right, is delicious. The soft pink rose petals break up the tiers and add the right amount of colour. Of course, this looks as though it could feed 500 guests for coffee slices. And I’m not a fan weddings that do not serve the wedding cake, and instead use a large slab out back made for the ‘bulk audience’….it actually makes you feel as though you aren’t worthy to a slice of the real deal. (Photo Source http://www.toonicetoslice.co.uk/wedding_cakes.htm).
– When it comes to shoes, heels are wonderful, but not so much when your feet are throbbing about half way through the night. This bow peep-toe shoe is not overdone, and not too bright for the garment. The outfit subtly complements the light hues in the lehenga, nice! (Photo Source:http://www.pasminaqiu.com).
– This regal necklace works well with the outfit, as it brings out the dark pink embroidery from the lehenga (which is much stronger and darker on the lehenga) However, this piece may need to be seen in person as the golden tinge might be more evident in reality than in the picture. (Photo Source: http://under-coverdiva.blogspot.com/2010/09/festival-season-part-2.html).
– Flowers always add freshness fragrance to a room. This round bouquet with pink roses is great for the slim and tall bride. If you are more curvy, then avoid several little roses and petals, instead opt for larger flowers and a bouquet that is not round. (Photo Source: www.modernwedding.com.au).
– This invitation looks appealing for it’s simplicity; pink ribbon and a silver buckle which you can easily alter to a diamond stud, this certainly achieves a classy look. (Photo Source: http://www.paperperfect.com.au/detail.asp?item_number=34&page_num=1).