Pastel Wedding Inspiration

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Building a wedding palette around soft and delicate pastel colors is a trend that’s becoming more and more prevalent. These pale shades of pinks, yellows, blues, greens, and purples are calm and inviting, gentle yet alluring, and make for great tablescape color foundations. Subtle and modern, pastel colors dominate the vintage wedding theme that we have seen cropping up on wedding blogs across the web. Vintage style weddings present guests with a modernist sophistication they won’t soon forget, and leave guests yearning for a time of fashionable dinner parties and unabashed beauty–namely Paris circa 1960.

Pastel Color Wedding Inspiration

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With pastel colors, mixing and matching has never been simpler. Pale pinks, yellows, and blues are commonly integrated together to form the big, colorful mosaic that is the pastel wedding. Dessert tables filled with boundless plates of decadent and colorful macarons match pastel tablescapes effortlessly, and prove that, although varying, the spectrum of pastel colors makes a cohesive and tasteful color palette.


LinenTablecloth blog pastel color wedding inspiration

What’s the best part of choosing pastels as your wedding colors? Finding fun décor to match, of course! It’s easy to find pastel colored tea cups, Chinese lanterns, and flowers within the pastel color palette! Try laying a white or ivory tablecloth as the foundation of your tablescape, and then use multicolored pastel napkins, placemats, and décor so the array of delicate colors can complement each other. Soft and subtle, pastels make color coordination a breeze, and offers a tasteful aesthetic your wedding guests will talk about for years to come!



Photo Credits:   Flowers found on tumblr || Eiffel Tower photo pinned by user || Green wedding cake found on || France photo circa 1960 found on Charles W. Cushman collection || Top left tablescape by || Yellow dessert table by || Colored macarons by || Pastel place setting  found on tumblr || Center right tablescape by Michael and Ann Costa featured on || Wedding cake found by pinterest user || Bridesmaid photo by The Posh Bridal Lounge