Now that weddings can be planned by a special theme, you are free to pick whatever color you want for your attire and for the decorations. 2012 brides have the opportunity to find many unique wedding styles and themes and choose something really special for their big day. It’s trendy to pick an all-white themed wedding – now that so many shades are in vogue, but it’s even more inspired to go for a colorful theme.
Experts in weddings and wedding decorations show us that colored weddings are more inviting, more vibrant and warm than white or other off white themes. Nevertheless, this is a personal choice, so we can’t emit a general recipe that everyone can follow. The color-scheme we’re proposing today is for your wedding cake: pink and black. This mix is dramatic, eccentric and pretty wild. The black hue is not the first one to consider or think of when it comes to weddings and wedding desserts, right?
Well, when used in combination with a juicer hue – like pink, things are very different. We think this color combo is very fashionable and elegant. Pink is flashy and strident, and black seems to make the best color accent that tones it down. This way the pinkish hue looks a bit more elegant and softer to the eye. There is always a risk of obtaining an ostentatious look when using pink. Nevertheless, it depends on the exact shade you’re choosing. But black will always balance the scheme and add more drama, whimsicality and style to the palette.
What do you think of these confections? There are many ways in which you can incorporate this theme into a wedding cake. And when you decide to do so, you have to find the right ways to insert these colors throughout your entire wedding! Otherwise your cake will look like a lost centerpiece. Among the most popular types of black and pink wedding cakes are those that feature stripes. If you like the zig-zag pattern but you want something a bit more modern and fresh, choose chevron. This style is ideal for a bicolor theme. But before choosing anything, we suggest you think of how much pink or black you want to use.
You can base your theme on pink and use black only as accents, or vice versa. It all depends on how whimsical or glamorous you want your cake and wedding to be. There are plenty types of pink nuances to choose from, from pale to bold hues. We brought here different types of cakes in various tones of pink. The ones with pale pink nuances look very romantic and delicate. They seem great for antique inspired weddings and vintage style brides and grooms.
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