The last of Pantone’s shades from the Fashion Colour report Fall 2012 that I will be looking at is Rose Smoke.  And I think it could well be my favourite.  This antique pink would be a great tone to run through a vintage or shabby chic wedding, but could also live up to the glam requirements of city chic when teamed with a gold hue.

Here’s some inspiration to tantalise your wedding planning taste buds:

Rose smoke wedding inspiration

** The Fashion **

♥ Shoes {Photography by: Elton Mogg, via: Rock My Wedding}

♥ Bridesmaid Dress {Photography by: Depict Photography, via: Rock My Wedding}

Rose pink wedding inspiration

♥ Wedding Dress with Rose pink sash {Photography by: Giorgia Bertazzi, via: Before the Big Day}

** The Details **

Wedding Inspiration - Rose smoke details

♥ Antique Roses {Photography by: Sally T Photography, via: Whimsical Wonderland Weddings}

♥ Pink table runner and vintage teacups {Photography by: Angela and Evan Photography, via: Style Me Pretty}

♥ Pink Napkins {Photography by: Sarah Vivienne, as featured in: Image Magazine}

♥ Rose Garland {Not on the High Street}

♥ Lanterns {Photography by: Lily and Frank Photography, via: Whimsical Wonderland Weddings}

** The Colour Palettes **

{Design Seeds}

** Style Steal **

~~~ Dusky pink goes beautifully with a number of different shades – from purple, to gold to aqua. Experiment until you find a combination that you like ~~~

~~~ If you want to rock the dusky pink look, you can’t go far wrong with roses.  They don’t all have to be fresh roses, you can pick up beautiful rose garlands and dried roses to decorate napkins etc. ~~~

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...