For an eternally romantic and feminine big-day feel, a perfectly pretty palette of blush-pink adds charm to your bridesmaids’ look…
Inspired by Pantone’s bridal party colour of 2018, Nostalgia Rose (and because this particular pink-obsessed author watched The Thorn Birds yesterday featuring Meggie’s glorious ashes-of-roses ball dress…), we thought it was high time the inimitable blush-pink received yet another celebratory outing. Because after all, we cannot sing this colour’s praises high enough. Blush-pink is to weddings what grooms are to brides: absolutely essential. And when adorning your beautiful bridesmaids, well, the effect is spectacular. So with genuine delight and a true spring in our step, we shine a spotlight on our favourite blush-pink looks for your maids…
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A floaty, blush-pink full skirt teamed with a rose-gold sequinned top makes this a winning two-piece look that your bridesmaid can use again and again.
Deliciously experimental, we love this slightly retro look in peachy blush-pink. Team with a strong, postbox-red lip for a striking 1950s glamourpuss effect.
Continuing the vintage theme, blush-pink works wonders as the accent colour of choice for accessories too. These classic T-bar sandals and Art Deco-style clutch are the perfect finishing touches.
If you’re worried blush-pink is a little too pretty, add some instant biker-girl edge with these fiercely fabulous studded stilettos and team with a tea-length, fit-and-flare dress from specialday-ireland.com (below):
Why not thank your best girls in style and make personalised getting-ready dressing gowns for your best girls?
Blush-pink is a stunning colour to decorate hair with and looks gorgeous on blondes and brunettes. Get creative with a range of headdresses, hair vines and birdcage veils. We love this feathery fascinator from Jacques Vert (see more here).
And finally, give the girls a true treat and surprise them all with Jo Malone’s Peony and Blush Suede – a gorgeous blush-pink scent to wear on the big day.