I am not normally one to pair black and pink together, but I was particularly inspired by this photo from Petrina Tinslay. Instead of limiting this colour palette to fuchsia and black, I added in pinks of all shades to soften the bright colour and mix it up a little.
Adding the mishmash of pinks with the one neutral (in this case black) can give you a really beautiful look – instead of limiting yourself to one block colour you can throw in graduating shades – each piece will still come together, but it’s a lot more inviting!
Black is always incredibly dramatic- I envisage plenty of cocktails under chandeliers at this wedding! Choose black glassware and dramatic black ballgowns to soften the femininity of the pink.
Photo by Petrina Tinslay, floral arrangement from Brides, headpiece from Twigs & Honey, Chandelier from The Vintage Laundress via sfgirlbybay, invitations from Martha Stewart Weddings, shoes & socks from Martha Stewart Weddings, envelopes from A Lovely Morning, cake pops from Amy Atlas, cocktails from Martha Stewart Weddings