You really enjoyed our hot pink wedding inspiration piece recently where we focused on flowers. Today we want to take a look at so many other ways you can use splashes of hot pink at your wedding. From accessories to cakes and we have some fab venue lighting ideas.
And don’t forget to take a look at our Hot Pink Board over on Pintrest. Here’s just a quick glance…
Accessorise your dress with hot pink
We know we looked at flowers last week, but if you want to take things just a little further than your bouquet or flower crown, how about a stunning floral necklace like this one below. It compliments the flowers in the bride’s hair beautifully and will give you such a romantic, photogenic look.
Again staying with beautiful hot pink flowers, but this time, hand painted ones. Don’t these stargazer lilies look stunning on this wedding dress sash?
When it comes to wedding shoes, we’re always on the look out for something stunning and a little different to show you and these Sophia Webster sandals are fabulous.
They tick the hot pink box beautifully and not only will they make a stunning wedding shoe for yourself or your maids, they can also be worn afterwards. Think dressed down with jeans rolled just above the ankle or any dress of your choosing, just so long as they’re on show and just wait for those compliments to food in.
I Know, I know, we’ve ‘done’ flowers, but just look how awesome this tropical bouquet looks – the perfect hot pink blooms to compliment the sandals above – go on, you know you want to!
Hot Pink Wedding Stationery
We love wedding stationery and we really adore hot pink wedding stationery! From these super modern neon brights below…
To the most delicate, romantic hand painted watercolour roses below, they’re both stunning examples of how hot pink can tie in with so many different wedding themes.
When it comes to save the date’s, it’s fun to opt for something a little different. So why not order some quirky hot pink save the date balloons to announce your exciting news to everyone.
As we noted in our previous post, hot pinks sit wonderfully well alongside bright whites and creams making them absolutely ideal for your maids, both those best girls you’ve known for years…
And your cute as a button flower girls.
If it’s cake… it has to be hot pink
Whether it’s gorgeous ombre tones with a hot pink base, like this showstopping buttercream number.
Or a deliciously light semi naked wedding cake with on trend florals picking out the hot pink theme in such a delicate way.
Hot Pink Venue Ideas
From a super uber cool pink neon love sign, available to hire from Doris Loves … just so atmospheric and instagramable
To cute and quirky table centrepieces based loosely around an Alice in Wonderland theme and picking out the pink perfectly.
And how about this for perfect hot pink party lighting. This is The Alnwick Garden lit in all it’s glory and just waiting to b enjoyed by your wedding party. Great views of the cascade can also be enjoyed from indoors. Perfect whatever the weather.
Hot Pink Rock Chic Bride Inspiration
We know just how much you love our Rock Chic Bride board over on Pintrest. And here are just a few of the ideas from the board to show you how adaptable hot pink is.
We’re blown away with these flowers from blog buddies Herbert & Isles. They’re so edgy and vibrant.
This hand painted jacket from Bee Davies will rock the edgy vibe when worn over your wedding dress …. and with so many other outfits for years to come.
Back to our Sophia Webster shoe crush. This time, here’s the Chiara sandal in bold pink and black tones.
And we just wanted you to have a closer look at this fabulous flower crown again. It’s even more beautiful when you see the detail of the flowers close up.
One Colour – So Many Themes
As you can see, whether you’re planning a totally tropical wedding, a romantic rustic celebration or something altogether more rocknroll, hot pink is such an amazingly adaptable colour. It’s also timeless and such an uplifting shade which is why we’ll never tire of featuring it and were proud to have it as our signature colour.