11 Beautiful Ways to Incorporate Warm Pastels into Your Wedding Décor

If you’re looking for an elegant and soft color palette for your wedding, peach and pink are absolute classics. Here, wedding planning pros reveal how to incorporate these warm pastels into your most special day

Dobrina Zhekova
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Warm Glow

“There is almost nothing more popular in the wedding industry than the use of metallics. This small and fun vase is the perfect accent to set off the sweet pink petals and greenery,” says Kylie Carlson, director of the International Academy of Wedding and Event Planning.

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Beautiful Bounty

“The use of fruit and berries mixed in with florals is something that’s gained in popularity over the last few years, especially in spring and summer weddings,” explains Carlson. “The freshness and bright colors really bring something unique and special to any arrangement.”

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Soft Femininity

“Fashion and florals go hand in hand with this stunning bridal bouquet and bridesmaid dresses. The pink blooms pop in an elegant way that complements the dresses for a perfect summer look,” says Kim Sayatovic of Belladeux Event Design.

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Complementary Hues

“Peach makes a perfect accent color against this blue suit and pink tie. Everyone tends to focus on the bride, but adding a fun pop of color to the groom’s attire is a great way to make him stand out,” adds Sayatovic.

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Lush Look

“Florals are one of the most common ways to incorporate your color palette [into the wedding décor], and these bouquets are a perfect example. The big beautiful peach roses really stand out as the focal point with lots of milder tones and greenery used as accents,” explains Dana Briggs of Revel Event Design.

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Elegant Accents

“For a clean and simple look, add pops of color via your accents, like a table runner or florals. This tablescape was rich in color with variations of peach, pink, white, and green, and was set off with a bold succulent table number,” says Kevin Dennis of Fantasy Sound Event Services.

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Rustic Array

“This table lets florals do all the talking with simple place settings and white table runner. The lush greenery woven into beautiful peach and pink roses makes the perfect statement for any garden wedding,” adds Carlson.

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Pastel Paper Suite

According to Carlson, stationery is what sets the tone for a wedding, as it’s the first thing your guests will see. “This classic pale pink and frayed suite complete with Queen Elizabeth stamps is a beautiful way to let your guests know to expect a vintage and British-style wedding,” she adds.

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Texture Play

“If you're focusing on pink in your wedding palette, think beyond flowers,” suggests Beth Bernstein of SQN Events. “Adding a textured linen to complement the soft florals sets a warm and romantic tone.”

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White Woven In

“Large centerpieces can sure make a ‘wow’ statement, but overpowering them with too much color may be overwhelming. Use white florals as a base and add pops of color and texture with varying shades of pink, from blush to magenta,” Bernstein adds.

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Classic Cake

Skip the overly complicated cake design and instead opt for a delicate white cake decorated with beautiful pink roses. It looks elegant and formal, but also oozes a natural and airy vibe.