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Time to rethink pink - 5 ways pink can transform your wedding day look.

Love pink but think it’s too sweet for your wedding day styling? Yeah, tell that to Killing Eve's Villanelle rocking that iconic, pink tulle, Molly Goddard dress!


As one of the most versatile tones on the colour wheel I’m here to tell you that pink can bring the edge just as easily as it can work to add a dreaminess to your wedding day look.


Whether you're planning an achingly cool city wedding, or a day of rustic romanticism, here are 5 ways to make pink work for you:


Bride in a rural setting holds an oversized bouquet featuring shades of pink, and wears a pink beaded flower crown on her head.
Bring a romantic bridal look up to date with punchy pinks.

1. Update a classic, romantic wedding day look by teaming those traditional soft pinks with stronger, more saturated pinks from the opposite end of the colour spectrum, like fuchsia, coral and wine.


Bride wearing a jumpsuit sat on staircase looking out of a window.
For a high fashion look that's too hot to handle, punctuate your modern bridal look with the brightest pinks.

2. Keep those pinks hot!!! Top and tail your sleek, chic modern bridal outfit with the most popping pinks you can lay your hands on. And if you punctuate your look with that same pink as lip colour and through your bouquet, it's like adding exclamation marks to your outfit, only with colour!


Laughing bride wears a blush wedding dress and holds a pink floral bouquet.
Opt for more unusual, architectural blooms to keep a pink bouquet contemporary.

3. For a pretty pink bridal look that's not too sweet, opt for more unusual, architectural blooms like Anthuriums and Protea in your bouquet, and if you're truly committed to the theme, grab yourself a deliciously pink pastel toned wedding dress like this beauty from UK designer Leigh Hetherington Bridal Wear


Bride stands in front of a pink neon sign wearing a hand painted pink leather jacket.
Rock that Pink Lady cool with a pink jacket on your wedding day

4. Pink jackets are always cool, end of. And if you don't believe me, you're well overdue a watch of the classic movie Grease and the company of the Pink Ladies!



5. Brink on the pink neon!!! This eye catching statement lighting won’t be loosing it’s place in the spotlight anytime soon, and is the easiest way to bring a fun, funky vibe to your wedding photos.




For more stylish ways to bring pink into your wedding day look, visit my


Models wear the following Glorious by Heidi headpieces:


Images 1, 2, 4 & 6 KIZZY CROWN Photo Kayleigh Stone Photography



Image 5 a bespoke headpiece Photo Hannah Brookes Photography




Photo of three tier wedding cake with pink floral details set against pink neon sign backdrop
Cake by Storeybook Cakes © Hannah Brooks Photography


Close up on pink bridal bouquet
Flowers by Kellies Flowers. Photo © Kayleigh Stone Photography

Bride stares back at camera wearing a painted pink leather jacket.
Painted jacket by Rock Paper Nib. Photography © Kayleigh Stone Photography

Bride sits in front of pink balloon display and a neon pink ‘Crazy in love’ sign.
Styling by Howards Events at Hornington Manor, Yorkshire, UK. Photography © Kayleigh Stone Photography.

Bride and groom kiss stood inside a teepee
Photography © Hannah Brookes Photography

Bride and groom walk hand in hand through woodland setting.
Bride wears a Leigh Etherington Bridal dress and The Mermaid Effect painted jacket. Photography © Hannah Brookes Photography

Bride wears a birdcage veil and bridal crown and holds a pink bouquet
Photography © Christopher Western Photography

Bride wears pink beaded flower crown and veil and holds a pink bouquet
Photography ©Christopher Western Photography

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