I’m so excited about today’s post, so let’s get to it. Hopefully by now you have all seen my post from last week about the pink and gray invitation I made for a very special bride. We had so much fun designing a unique, custom invitation. I didn’t want the fun to end, so I thought it would be fun to create a how-to for creating a romantic pink and gray styled wedding for all of my wonderful readers!
If you follow me on Pinterest, you may have seen me pinning to a board dedicated to this project called Becky J Invitations: Blush, Ivory & Gray Romance. Check out the board here or scroll down to see my top picks from the board. Either way, enjoy!!
Are you planning on a blush pink, ivory and gray wedding? Order my matching invitations from my Etsy shop! Have a different design idea in mind? I’d love to hear about it and try to make it happen. Contact me soon about custom invitations!
When you take “soft pink,” described often as a light, desaturated shade similar to what you’d find in the petals of a carnation and combine it with the luxurious neutral silvery gray, you have a duo to be reckoned with. Not girly or rambunctiously randy, this twosome instantly suggests a sophisticated, yet never stuffy, affair.
Sources: Cake | Becky J Invitations | Suit (Photo by Christian Oth) | Gown: David’s Bridal (Photo) | Bridesmaids | Purse: DavieandChiyo Etsy Shop | Ivory Dress: House of Fraser | Nude Dress: Reem Acra | Boutonnieres: Art Stems on Lygon (Photo) | Ring: Leon Mege (Photo) | Shoes: Milk & Honey (Photo) |Bridesmaids | Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Clutch: Nine West | Bracelet: Kate Spade | Sash: BHLDN | Bridesmaids: Review (Photo)