How to Pull Off a Non-Girly Pink Wedding (Yes, It's Possible!)

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We're crazy about pink here at Loverly, but we know that as a wedding color, pink can quickly go from muted and chic to a Victoria's Secret-style bonanza. In honor of National Pink Day on June 23, we've put together a few tips for how to pull off a pink wedding that's not overly girly.

1
Choose a super-festive theme that involves lots of bright colors.

We love the look of lots of bold colors -- including bright pinks and reds -- at a wedding. Getting married in May? Have a Cino de Mayo-inspired fete!

2
Opt for a few pink decor items.

Instead of a pink lighting scheme or bright fuchsia tablecloths, choose pale pink vases or escort cards.
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3
Keep your palette broad.

There's no hard-and-fast rule that says you have to choose a single color and use it for every detail at your wedding. Choose a broad palette of complementary shades for a sophisticated and artistic wedding look.

4
Choose vintage-inspired tones for your bridal party.

Skip the bubblegum pink ties, vests, and bridesmaid dresses, and choose shades that are slightly more muted, like blush or dusty rose. 
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Stephanie is a lifestyle journalist based in Philadelphia.
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