Melissa & Matt's Stylish Wedding with Cool Blush Tones

Classic, cozy, and rustic, Melissa and Matt’s wedding was a day to be cherished forever. Surrounded by their nearest friends and family, the happy couple began their forever. Blending rural charm with timeless style, they were able to create a wedding day that felt like a true reflection of themselves. And of course, the flowers were a crucial part of that!

A couple kissing each other with their friends walking behind them

Melissa and Matt opted for tones of blush and dusty rose accented with deep greenery. Perfect for their wedding in a chilly season, their decor was versatile, neutral, and provided a modern take on a pink wedding theme. And to create the perfect tones for their wedding day, the newlyweds opted to combine elements of different pink color palettes for the ultimate in bespoke decor.

If you’re considering your own pink wedding, then Melissa and Matt’s cool celebration is the ultimate inspiration. Read on to learn more about how the day came together, and how to create your own rustic pink and blush wedding.

Pink Flowers for a Wedding

Pink flowers are a classic choice for a wedding, but you may be surprised at how many different ways pink flowers can be styled. From dainty and feminine to muted and earthy, or from summer pink flowers to hearty pink winter berries. Pink is an incredibly versatile color for your wedding flowers, and a great way to express your personal taste.

For Melissa and Matt, their pink wedding decor was inspired by and reflected the rustic rural setting for their big day. With the wooden accents of the venue and the deep greens of the landscape, it was important that their pink wedding flowers felt aligned with the setting of their celebration.

They achieved the perfect balance of pink tones by making a lot of their own floral arrangements, mixing and matching color collections, and tweaking pre-made bouquets to suit their style. Here are some of the Ling’s Moment faux flower collections that they used at different points throughout their wedding:

Dusty Rose and Cream

Our Dusty Rose and Cream color collection exudes vintage romance and whimsical style, so it’s no wonder that Melissa and Matt were drawn to it. Combining flowers in shades of soft cream and dusty rose, this collection became the core of their wedding decor, as seen in details like their wedding arch.

Assorted floral arrangements in dusty rose used for wedding

White and Sage

While pink tones are always gorgeous, the beauty of basics can’t be understated. Our White and Sage color collection is a neutral dream, with tones of crisp white and stylish sage working as the perfect complementary color scheme. The groom even wore an elegant White and Sage boutonniere - a timeless look!

Assorted floral arrangements in white used for wedding

Blush and Cream

For a feminine touch with a dash of freshness, our Blush and Cream floral color collection is the perfect addition. With tones of pink reminiscent of the first spring blooms, this collection represents the hope of new love and starting a life together. There’s a reason the bride used this charming color palette as the base for her bouquet!

Assorted floral arrangements in blush used for wedding

Chic Pink Wedding Ceremony

So, how did Melissa and Matt bring all of these color palettes together for their wedding? You’ll be impressed at how subtle their floral design is, and how they make pink tones work perfectly with their rustic wedding venue.

Triangle Wedding Arch

Melissa and Matt opted for a modern take on the traditional wedding arch with this stylish triangular option. Dusty Rose flowers added softness and romance to the rustic wood tones of the arch, which perfectly contrasted against the soft, draped linen backdrop. Together, this created the perfect background for their vows and that all-important first kiss. 

A couple standing before a wedding arch

Dainty Aisle Decor

To elevate the space and add some gorgeous detail for their guests, the couple draped small flower arrangements from the chairs along the wedding aisle. Their trailing ribbons in blush and white added texture and a subtle pop of color to the aisle.

A chair tied with a flower

Plus, they looked gorgeous underneath the warm light of the chandeliers!

Welcome Sign & Guest Book Table with Pink Flowers

To mark the occasion and add a personal touch, the couple had a welcome table with a personalized sign, photos and a place to leave cards. A guest table provides a sentimental touch for any wedding, and Melissa and Matt decorated theirs with free-standing flowers and small garlands in tones of blush, dusty rose and deep greens. Gorgeous!

A few photos placed beside a wedding welcome sign

Inviting Wedding Reception with Pink Accents

After the ceremony, it was time to celebrate! The reception venue was cozy and charming, with round guest tables and a head table for the newlyweds.

Pink Head Table Garland

To steal a moment together amongst the excitement of the day, Melissa and Matt opted for a romantic sweetheart table. The gorgeous floral garland adorning the table was a DIY creation using both blush and dusty rose flowers to create the ultimate bespoke table decor. Simple yet elegant, this is a great example of using our Designer Flower Boxes to create the exact look you’re after. Plus, they worked perfectly with the neon sign of their new name!

A headtable decorated with garlands

Pink Wreath Centerpieces

Their guests sat at round tables, so Melissa and Matt chose to create these stylish wreath-shaped flower centerpieces. Using faux flowers in dusty rose and blush tones, the wreaths were then accented with the twinkling light of candles, the texture of pink linens, and the added detail of gold tableware. 

A wedding reception table decorated with a floral centerpiece

Gorgeous Pink Bridal Party Flowers

Alongside the stylish decor choices for the ceremony and reception, Melissa and Matt used flowers of dusty rose and blush to accentuate their wedding party outfits.

Bespoke Pink Bridal Bouquet

To complete your timeless wedding day look, Melissa carried a bridal bouquet of pink flowers that radiated femininity and beauty. Using a premade blush bouquet as a base, Melissa added dusty rose flowers to add depth and make it truly her own. How beautiful!

A bride holding a pink flower bouquet

Feminine Bridesmaid Bouquets

Melissa’s bridesmaids wore flowing dresses in a neutral apricot pink and carried small posies of dusty rose. Together, the bridal party looked elegant, fresh, and timeless, with the florals coordinating to create a cohesive look. 

A bride walking with a few bridesmaids

Dapper Boutonnieres

For Matt and his groomsmen, their royal blue suits were accented with boutonnieres in white and sage. Simple and stylish, the look was then completed with apricot pink pocket squares to match the rest of the bridal party. Even if you have a specific color palette for your wedding, don’t be afraid to add in a few neutrals here and there!

A groom standing beside a few groomsmen

Formal Pooches

While maybe not officially part of the wedding party, a special mention must be made for the golden retrievers in tuxedos. Who knew that your furry friends could dress formally, too!

A dog sitting on grass

Pink Wedding Decor Inspiration

For Melissa and Matt’s rustic wedding, tones of blush and dusty rose were the perfect choice. Feminine yet earthy, the couple created a timeless look that felt unique to them.

If you’re considering having pink flowers at your own pink wedding, then Ling’s Moment wants to help create your dream decor, too. With a range of pink color collections, DIY boxes and accessories, you will be able to design the perfect pink wedding, no matter your style.

And if you're planning your own stylish pink wedding, we’d love to see! Share any of your Ling’s Moment style with us over on Instagram at @lingsmoment - we can’t wait to see what you create!

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