Blush and white are staples in the wedding world. Recently, mauve has been added as a more saturated and deeper shade of pink making this trending color palette gain popularity. We used these tones for Katie and Tommy’s wedding at the Bauerhaus but also added a pop of red. Adding another color to this palette makes it feel fresh and unique. I also love that red has cultural meaning for Tommy’s Asian heritage.
My favorite element of the design was the ceremony backdrop which was repurposed as a backdrop for the sweetheart table during the reception. Katie’s family created the arched pieces in the color palette that we connected with flowers and greenery.
We draped the sweetheart table with an asymmetrical flower garland. The red tulips and ranunculus add a special pop of color.
We created two centerpiece designs for the guest tables, a floral arrangement in a gold bowl and a grouping of candles and bud vases.
How do you feel about the pop of red? Do you also feel like it adds character to the event? What color would you choose to pair with a blush, white, and mauve color palette?
Congratulations Katie and Tommy! It was a joy to work with you. Best of luck to you as you start this new chapter.