From soft and sweet, to bold and dramatic, color-themed weddings say so much about you and your future spouse to your wedding guests. For generations, brides have chosen two go-to colors--red and pink--to represent the love, sweetness and excitement of their wedding day. Find out what choosing red wedding invitations or pink ceremony invites says about you.
This combination of the innocence of white and the passion of red is an ideal wedding day color. Use pink wedding invitations, and your guests are likely to get these impressions:
You're romantic - Lush pink wedding invitations can pull guests into the romance of your relationship. While pink is suited for any love relationship, soft shades of this color are especially appropriate for ceremonies uniting childhood sweethearts or first loves.
You're feminine - As women, we often want--and are frequently expected--to do it all, from shattering glass ceilings to raising kids to be productive members of society. Sometimes, though a girl just wants to be a girl. Wedding stationery that uses this girly color are the perfect way to start off one of the most feminine and formal events of your life. Go all out with pink stationery or be more subtle by incorporating delicate pink borders or ribbons into a neutral paper.
You're bold - While baby doll pinks are fine for some, other brides prefer to make a statement with their pink invites. Yes, pink wedding invitations can say "look at me!" too. Use bright fuchsia borders or hot pink ribbons to get your guests' attention. You can also make invites pop by combining these stronger shades with more subtle pink tones.
Get the best of both worlds
Don't let yourself get boxed into picking entirely red wedding invitations or pure pink wedding invitations. Choose to incorporate both colors and, in a single stroke, you'll come across as bold, passionate, feminine, and romantic.