Stylish, chic, and colorful, these yellow and pink beach wedding ideas designed by Flaire Weddings are sure to brighten to your day! Captured by one of our favorite Florida photography duos, Brooke Images, at The Ritz Carlton Amelia Island, this inspiration is proof that you can have a gorgeous beach wedding without having too “beachy” of a design. With a bright and colorful palette, unique blooms, and whimsical touches like palm leaves, pineapples and flamingos, these beach wedding ideas exude a chic and tropical beach vibe that we cannot wait for you to see!
From Cassie of Flaire Weddings:
For this inspiration shoot, we teamed up to create a concept that would showcase a stylish, colorful beachy wedding concept. Ashley and I were weary of traditional “beach” themed weddings that often came off as tacky, cheesy, or unsophisticated and wanted to showcase a beachy wedding that was full of style and tasteful design. With a bright and colorful palette, unique blooms, and whimsical touches such as palm leaves, pineapples and flamingos, this shoot definitely exudes a tropical beach vibe without a hint of cheese.
For the florals, I chose a variety of blooms in various shades of pink, coral, orange, yellow and raspberry. Coral charm peonies, pincushion protea and colorful parrot tulips teamed up to create unique colorful bouquets with a beachy vibe. Lots of greenery was included to create a lush, overflowing bouquet design.
Our table was created with a white sequin linen from Nuage Designs that was reminiscent of mother-of-pearl, and rattan chargers placed on top of palm fronds brought the beachy vibe into the placesettings. I paired a floral compote arrangement with various gold accents, including gold pineapples and starfish. Brass candlesticks and taper candles down the length of the table gave the design a romantic, intimate vibe. Loose coral peony blooms carried the color scheme throughout the design and bright pink napkins brought a touch of spunk.
For our models’ gowns, we chose mismatched rose gold Badgley Mishka sequin dresses, and our bride was decked out in Hailey Paige. We loved how the lace pattern on the bridal gown’s bodice seemed to emulate palm fronds – perfect for this tropics-inspired concept.
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photography: Brooke Images // Design & Florals: Flaire Weddings // Venue: The Ritz Carlton Amelia Island // Invitations & Stationery: Wedding Paper Divas // Linens: Nuage // Wedding Dress & Accessories: The White Magnolia // Bridesmaid Dresses: Rent The Runway // Hair: Grazyna Mercado // Makeup: Kimtasha // Exit Confetti: Flutterfetti
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