I know that you’re thinking these colors scream “baby shower.” But I promise, if combined correctly, they’ll look stylish and ethereal. Stick with the palest of the shades, use sheer, airy fabrics, and accent with white, gray, or a metallic. This color combination looks fantastic when combined with vintage pieces, such as mix and match china, lace, antique furniture, and Depression or milk glass. Choose blooms such as garden roses, dahlias, peonies, and ranunculus, all of which can be found in the prettiest shades of pale pink or milky white.
If you’re really daring, opt for an ice blue (one of this year’s hottest bridal fashion trends!) or blush pink wedding gown, like this stunner worn by Burgh Bride Christina when she wed Andy in May 2012.
Check out my Pinterest board for even more ideas in this pretty palette.