Bright, bold, and full of color, these pink and teal wedding ideas from Amanda Hedgepeth Photography and Dear Sweetheart Events are just what you need to brighten your day! Perfect timing for providing inspiration for any upcoming spring or summer weddings, from gorgeous florals and handpainted details, to luxe linens and giant paper flowers, this colorful inspiration is sure to inspire you and bring a smile to your face…
In the dead of winter, we knew we wanted to put together a shoot that was BRIGHT and BOLD and not your typical winter shoot to give some inspiration for upcoming Spring weddings! We had dreams of hot pink and teal coming together in a way that would not only make you smile, but also inspire brides to create fun details!
By using linens that really stood out with texture and fun flair, we made a bold statement while still staying realistic to the everyday bride by looking more high end than it really is. We used paper flowers from Sweet Pear Paper to make a fun pop behind the dessert table designed by Sweet Temptations! Letters of Grace Calligraphy showed brides that using the same design for your invite and your cake is not only show-stopping, but helps make your wedding one cohesive, beautiful day!
Kitty Hawk, North Carolina is the first stop you reach when you enter the inspirational and emotionally evoking beauty of the Outer Banks, so it’s no surprise that it’s one of the top wedding destination spots for brides on the East Coast. As silly as it seems, the wood paneling of this venue (something that would be considered out-of-date and style for most venues) is a TRUE genuine testament to all things Outer Banks — representing a look upheld by most of the brave cottages who have survived hurricane after hurricane protecting the coast of North Carolina. We loved putting together this look for one of the busiest wedding destination spots on the coast with some of the cleanest and most breathable salt air you can imagine!
I personally love every aspect of this design… I think it all came together beautifully! But my personal favorite detail might have to be the giant paper flowers used on the chairs and as a dessert table backdrop. What a great way to incorporate color into your wedding design!
Are any of you going to be using a particular design element or detail to infuse some color into your wedding? I’d love to hear what you’ll be doing!
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photographer: Amanda Hedgepeth Photography // Event Planner: Dear Sweetheart Events // Reception Venue: Kitty Hawk Pier // Calligrapher: Letters of Grace Calligraphy // DIY or Handmade Goods Designer: Sweet Pear Paper // Bakery: Sweet Temptations Dessert Cafe // Linens and Coverings: Waterford Event Rentals // Makeup Artist: Dhalia Edwards // Dress Designer: Maya Couture
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