Known as the sweetest color in the color palette, "Pink" is one such hue that pleases our eyes and ensnares our senses very deep. Such is the unmissable charm of this wonderful color. The effervescence of this pretty color makes it one of the hottest color choices for weddings. From centring the entire theme on this color to incorporating it in the outfits, the jewellery or accessories, and the decor, the color pink is seen everywhere in Indian weddings. If you have a thing for this color as much as we do then believe us you're in the right way. With this blog, we tell you how and where all you can incorporate this color into your wedding event. Get ready to get hooked to this blog and then go date your wedding accordingly that's going to leave everybody entranced.
Ways you can add pink color to your wedding
In your outfits
Pink is one of the most favored colors by the Indian brides for their wedding outfits. Ranging from the lightest hues of pink to the brightest ones, brides have been dolling up and looking all princessy in gorgeous pinks. Not only brides love this color as a wedding outfit but grooms also add pink color to their wedding outfits.
In bridal jewelry
Bridal jewels and accessories in golds, diamonds, pearl, and polkis with pretty pink stones are overly loved by brides out there.
In venue decorations
While you’re unlikely to add a lot of colorful decoration to your wedding event, it’s lovely to include pink decorations. Greet your guests by lining your wedding aisle in pink colors. Be it having a few elements in pink to coordinate with the rest of the decor or having the entire decor in pinks, suit yourselves and make sure to have this color in your decor too!
Pink colored matching couple outfits
How about coordinating in pinks with your bae on your wedding or having your squad in similar hues of pink? And how about coordinating your outfits with your decor in different shades of pink? Well, the choices and options are endless!
Have a Pink Phoolon Ki Chaadar
Ladies, how about walking down the aisle under that striking phoolon ki chaadar in hues of pink?