A light dusky pink, blush pink coordinates with anything from classic cream to chic grey, silver to pure ivory, and is a popular stylish colour to choose for your wedding seating plan. We take a look at how you can incorporate it into your seating plans, escort cards, table décor and other aspects of your wedding reception.
Seating plans and escort cards
Using the timeless combination of gold, white and blush pink, the elegant seating plan shown above will complement your colour scheme perfectly.
You can add your own touches of blush pink to any seating plan. For example:
- Use blush and coordinating colours to create wedding bunting to decorate your seating plan;
- Use dusky blush pink roses to add accent features to your seating plan;
- Create an ombre effect with your escort cards, by adding progressively deeper pink tones to each card and arranging them in order;
- Make a vintage shabby chic seating plan by tying each table’s plan to the neck of a vintage glass bottle, and filling each bottle with a little water and a blush pink flower. Place these on a mantelpiece, or tie to a rail in your reception hall for a unique and stylish seating plan!
Table names and numbersThese pretty table numbers place a pretty die-cut blush pink butterfly on a slate grey card, a stylish and versatile colour combination.
Name your tables after flowers that are blush pink, such as Peony, Hydrangea, Foxgloves and Hyacinths. Above are some delightful table name cards using this theme.
Alternatively, place your table names or numbers among a floral display of blush pink roses and chrysanthemums, contrasting with a backdrop of fresh green leaves.
Complementing many themes, blush pink is both rustic and shabby chic, as well as perfect for a garden or springtime wedding. Your table décor can reflect this, with dusky pink elegant tablecloths complementing rustic hessian accents, or using vintage blush pink floral crockery for an elegant garden tea party theme.
Ideal for a spring or summer wedding, favours of blush pink posies would be delightful. Alternatively, favours of seed packets for blush pink flowers are an all year round option.
Colour schemes that coordinate well with blush pink include:
- Blush, silver and ivory
- Blush, slate grey and glass
- Blush, peach and gold
- Blush, ivory and cream
Remember to take a look at our blush pink themed Pinterest board, where you will find a selection of blush seating plans, escort cards and table décor ideas for your wedding.