It seems like every wedding in 2012 had shades of nude, rose gold, blush, or soft coral pinks. I love these colors because they are feminine but also classic. And whether you had a rustic wedding or a classic ballroom soiree, it worked beautifully.
The question becomes ---- how to reinvent these blush hues and make them relevant for 2013?
By adding a neutral like black, it makes it edgier. Take the awesome wedding gown below with that black applique detail. It makes blush riveting, stunning, dramatic.
Add a black chandelier to a space and things suddenly take on a modern feel.How about grapefruit wedges instead of the standard lemon or lime twist. Instead of a diamond, how beautiful is that peachy sapphire with rose gold. Heavenly, right? This Lovely Lace Mood Board puts me into a sentimental mood where old gets a face lift.
With my pinterest board, I can see easily how blush with black and champagne can be new again.