Ditch Bright Pink, Muted Pink Is The Bridal Pick These Days!
BY Sakshi | 15 Sep, 2020 | 53053 views | 2 min read
Weddings in 2020 have changed, and how! From big and grand to intimate and minimalist, we've seen a 360 degree change in every aspect of a wedding- right from the scale to the number of guests and even the bridal outfits. While an intimate wedding doesn't necessarily mean that the bride has to wear something bland and non-designer- the look most brides are opting for these days is definitely 'simpler' than before if not simple, be it with the bridal outfit or the jewellery.
Image via @hitchedandclicked and @falgunishanepeacockindia
A simple way to achieve that 'simpler' look is by opting for colours which aren't too loud- and maybe that's why we are seeing more and more brides tend to gravitate towards subtle and more pastel hues for their intimate weddings rather than bold and bright colours.
Image via @waseemfahmed; Outfit @studio149
While pastel pink has been around for a long time and is a hot fave of brides, muted shades of pink are now emerging as a clear winner for micro weddings rather than fuchsia and hot pink for brides who want to wear something pink, but not go down the usual pastel route. And we love how it looks!
Image via @swatiichadha; Outfit: @sahilkochharofficial
When it comes to intimate weddings, a subtle outfit allows the bride to go overboard with statement jewellery, which might look a tad too much for a smaller wedding if paired with a bright outfit. Here is an example:
Image via Jewellery @tarasinghjewellers; Outfit @frontierraas
See how the jewellery is a lot, but paired with a subtle hue like that, does not look OTT!
And the best part is, there are so many muted pink shades to pick from- right from light pink to blush pink, dusty pink to even carnation, and oh, our faves, flamingo pink and Turkish rose!
Image via House On The Clouds
Image Via Doll You Up By S; Outfit by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
So, what do you think? Is muted pink better than brighter pink for intimate weddings?