I (Emma here!) am wholly obsessed with the color pink. Hot pink, baby pink, blush, coral, fuchsia, salmon, peach… you name it, I subscribe to it. In fact, as I type this even my fingernails are decked out in one of my favorite colors, Too Hot Pink to Hold ‘Em. So, when I spotted a few swoon-worthy finds in blush-toned hues, I couldn’t resist the urge to arrange them all in a pink wedding accessories round-up. I have a feeling this is just the beginning of a very lovely series on pink since there are way too many to fit into just one post! So, let’s begin, shall we?
First up we have a gorgeous garter with a pink rosette atop a lovely layer of lace. This is one of the prettiest garters ever! Take a closer look…
This garter is handmade by Amour Boutique. Number two in our pink wedding accessories round-up is a stunning, vintage-inspired headband with a peach fabric fascinator by Musarra & Co. This headband has peach fabric and silver bugle glass beads, gold tulle and feathers – so, in other words, it’s pretty much vintage-bride perfection.
Find number three is cute as a button, a totally appropriate description since it is also the name given by its designer, Which Goose. It features vintage fabric turned into a bow, attached to a comb and donned with a little layer of lace.
Accessory number four by Emici Bridal is one of our favorite “forever-bouquets”. No wilting, no cleaning the vase, no watering, no allergies: no nonsense of any kind. Just carry it down the aisle + display in your love nest to admire for years to come. This bouquet is called Luly Blush and is made to order. Number five is by Sibo Designs and is called the Blushing Roses Bridal Sash. This sash – bride-worthy – features a hand dyed rose flower with ivory colored pearl coated stamen. The roses are a light blush pink color and look positively stunning! Find number six is a sweet, simple pearl necklace with a sterling silver wire chain. It’s by Fleur Far Away and makes a great gift for the bride. Next up at number seven is a unique necklace spotted at Veraida Gifts. It is handmade in a pretty shade of coral and offers a chunky beaded look. I think this would look great for a beach wedding. Number eight is by Little Blue Eyes and is a headband, originally designed for your littlest one (flower girl, perhaps?) but I’m sure it can be made into an adult headband, too, as they offer a collection of both. I love the combination of fabric flowers in tulle and chiffon with a sweet vintage appeal. Number nine was spotted at Evenings with Style and is a blush and pink authentic Japanese obi silk envelope clutch. I like the detail – a tortoise shell and chrysanthemum pattern with coordinating shades of pink, coral, and ivory. Number ten is another from Emici Bridal and it’s perfect as your ring pillow. If the name doesn’t stop you in your tracks – blush pink silk ruffle ring pillow – then the fabric detail certainly will! It is made with lush ivory silk dupioni and is delicately topped with silver tone rhinestones for a fabulous focal point. This will look great in your love nest after the wedding day, too. Find number eleven is a gorgeous fascinator by Tessa Kim. Love vintage? This is the perfect hair accessory for you. It features two handmade flowers with shaped cotton voile, vintage stamen centers, pearl stamen centers, vintage velvet millinery flowers and complementing vintage millinery leaves. This flower is ivory in color with light blush undertones and comes attached to a gold comb. And, last but not least in our pink wedding accessories round-up is number twelve, a ruffly clutch purse in powder pink. It is handmade with by Davie & Chiyo in soft pink dupioni with an ivory lining.
We hope you enjoyed these pink wedding accessories! Which one is your favorite? We’d love to hear from you!