Blush pink wedding


When we meet our couples, we always chat about their design ideas  for their wedding, and blush pink is mentioned a lot.

And why not, it is such a pretty ,versatile colour, and can be used in a wedding design in so many different ways.Even though it is popular choice each wedding can look totally different.

Combining a pretty blush pink colour scheme with a rustic venue or rustic theme wedding can create a beautiful natural day. Here is our take on it

Inspiration for this design, comes from our wonderful landscape, and back to nature. A barn wedding venue, Tipi Tent or Marquee would be ideal for this wedding design. If your wedding is in spring or summer a gorgeous outdoor ceremony with a Rustic Wooden Wedding Arch would be perfect.

Rustic Wedding Arch

Here is our arch at Saltmarshe Hall in East Yorkshire.

We love Flowers and they feature in lots of our designs, wild and wonderful natural displays lining your aisle, wedding arch and guest tables brings added depth to this design.

As a bride a beautiful over sized bouquet is perfect for this wedding style, as though it has just been picked from the garden or field on the way to the aisle.

Blush Pink Wedding Bouquet


We have teamed blush pink, with soft sage green with metallic antique gold and rustic wood for the colour pallete for this wedding design. Think of all those  wonderful fresh flowrs, the soft green of eucalyptus, the soft drape of ruscas, pretty peonies, gorgeous vintage lace roses.

Keeping the colour pallette soft with Ivory, this could be the colour of your dress, or flower girls and keeps a soft summer colour scheme.


Add a metallic touch with antique gold candle sticks on the guest tables, or a metallic bowl to hold your centerpiece.

To keep the natural feel of the wedding, rustic wooden welcome sign, with a delicate posy of fresh flowers will greet your guests, wooden table numbers will sprinkle a rustic touch to your wedding tables.

blush pink rustic wedding


Flowing natural silk drapes on a wedding arch and top tables, add interest to the design and keeps a romantic flowing feel to the wedding.


May 25, 2019 — Katie Mays