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Pretty pink hues — everything from blush to bold magenta — are perennially popular picks when it comes to wedding colors. While the paler shades, like blush and petal pink, may seem like the most obvious pinks thanks to their neutral yet pretty style, engaged girls should feel free to think beyond these light colors. Richer, warm colors are just as easy to incorporate into your wedding.
While there are lots of places to add pops of pink, the most obvious is through your wedding flowers. Namely, your bridal bouquet. Since your bouquet will be photographed from the time you're getting ready until the very end of the reception, it's important to pick standout blooms that complement your décor and wedding dress.
Whether you're a winter bride or a beach girl, there are tons of pink blooms for you to carry on your big day. Consider garden roses, peonies, ranunculus and lilies, or mix and match your favorite blossoms to create a lush and unexpected arrangement. Another inspired idea? Use neutral, rosy tones as a base color to anchor bold, seasonal colors. If you're tying the knot in the fall or winter, try mixing in deep reds. Spring and summer brides should consider bright yellow accents to play off the warm-weather months.