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Easter Pastels Wedding Ideas

Easter Pastels Wedding Ideas
It’s that time of year when Spring is round the corner and soft pastels adorn our shops to get us in the mood for the warmer brighter weather. I love Easter and all the colours it brings to our high street, here I have put together an Easter pastels mood board to give you some ideas and inspiration for planning an Easter wedding.

Setting the theme

For an Easter inspired wedding focus on light tones of blue, pink, green, lilac, yellow, aqua and peach – thus creating a wonderful array of soft candy colours. Look at introducing a mixture of these colours to your bouquet, for example use a selection of different pastel coloured roses complimented with delicate green foliage to add depth. Also look at using different coloured bridesmaid dresses rather than selecting one single colour, this will really make a statement and reinforce your pastel theme. Introduce your colour palette into your venue by using complimenting stationery, sugared almonds for wedding favours, homemade pink lemonade and pink champagne for welcome drinks accompanied with vanilla and rosewater marshmallows to add a fun element. Think about moving away from a traditional wedding cake and have cake pops! These can be iced in a selection of colours and decorated with ribbons to add a luxury feel. You can even try following the pastel theme through to your wedding car, here I have shown an example of a pale yellow vintage car decorated with delicate blue flowers which I am sure you agree is a bit more exciting than your typical white wedding car. Easter Pastels mood board finalv2

Wedding Invitations

Wedding Invitations and Save The Date Cards are often the first snippet that your guests will get of your wedding so it’s important to get it right if you want to use these to set the mood or theme of your big day. Creating a mood board in the very early stages of your wedding planning helps you create a look or theme for your big day. If you are unsure about a colour scheme then why not try creating several mood boards and see which idea comes together the best. Once you have set your colour scheme then shop around for stationery to fit with your theme. Here I have chosen Shabby Chic Bunting from The Card Gallery to compliment my Easter Pastels theme. This fun and quirky bunting design says ‘spring’ to me and is created using a range of soft pastels against a distressed neutral background – I love this muted and understated design for an Easter Wedding. You can then follow the Shabby Chic bunting range throughout your wedding with matching order of service, table plan, table numbers, place cards, menus, lottery ticket holders and wine bottle labels, all of which can be personalised with your own unique wording. Shabby Chic Bunting range

Alternative Wedding Invitation Ideas

With an extensive colour palette then it really does open up so many options regarding wedding invitations. Here I have put together some alternative ideas that would all compliment an Easter pastels wedding. Please note that some invitations are shown in different colours on The Card Gallery website but can be changed using the colour palette option (see website for details).
  1. Summer Butterlies – a simple but elegant design printed in mint, wisteria, and candyfloss
  2. Vintage Peony – I love the way tou can add your names to the tag to create a bespoke look on this design
  3. Monotone Love Birds – this designs appears in black on the website but here it has been recreated using blush, apple and daffodil
  4. Shabby Chic Polka Dot Roses – this pastel design is complimented with it’s hot pink element to add vibrance to its soft muted pattern
  5. Wedding Polka Dots – shown here in wisteria, this design can be changed to a mixture of pastels to fit with your theme
  6. Vintage Bunting and Love Birds – I love the way you can personalised the ‘jam jars’ on this design as well as change the colour to fit with your theme
Easter colour trend invites Free samples are available of all the designs featured on this article, please click here to order your free samples now.