Dreamy Lavender & Blush Wedding Inspiration

So many pastels to choose from, so little time! Well, when in doubt, choose more than one! At least, that’s our philosophy. That’s why we’re so obsessed with this lavender and blush wedding inspiration today – it combines two of our favorite dreamy colors into the most romantic color palette we’ve ever seen. Soft and elegant details combined with modern touches like balloon arches, geometric patterns, and a colorful smoke bomb photo moment (so fun!) for the ultimate unique-yet-classic wedding inspiration. Scroll down to take a look – seriously, this one is too good!

Kelley Williams Photography shares:

This wedding inspiration is for the couples that are looking for a unique color palette that is still very soft and versatile. Lavender pairs so well with blue and grey tones, which leaves a lot of design options!

Pepper Tree Ranch is the stunning backdrop for this rustic and modern affair with gorgeous views of the Santa Lucia mountains. Brooke Nicole Events designed this fun day full of soft color and inspiring details. Bright Event Rentals supplied all of the gorgeous rentals for the day. From modern black flatware to a ceremony full of ghost chairs to the velvet linens, the entire design speaks to new ways to incorporate lavender into your special day.

Look Good On Paper Co. created such an amazing geometric wedding invitation and menu design with name cards that are incorporated into the design. The geometric cake by Cake Cathedral tied in all the details from the invitation suite and menu cards.

Our bride went with a strapless 2020 Badgley Mischka gown complemented by a gorgeous bouquet by Brooke Edelman Floral Design. The mix of lavender and blush with ivory roses added the perfect touch of elegance and modern design.

The lounge décor from Bright Event Rentals created the perfect elegant and fresh lounge setup. The mix of lavender velvet with black and white pillows was the perfect touch of masculine and feminine design. The reception was modern and elegant, allowing the florals to pop on the velvet linens. The ghost chairs enhanced the design by keeping the focus on the table design.


Lusting over lavender after this one? Same here! Swoon over this lavender dinner party next (psst…Oprah was on the guest list!)

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