Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Inspiration: Blush

We just received a new collection of jewelry from our favorite local designer, Lindsay at Elan Couture. Among the gorgeous baubles were statement necklaces made out of blush-colored pearls. We cannot wait to show them off to our Miss Ruby Brides! In honor of these new arrivals, we have made an entire inspiration board about the color that is currently trending in the bridal world: Blush. Whether on wedding gowns, bridesmaids dresses, or other important accents, using Blush as an accent makes your wedding both girly and sophisticated. Let's be honest, Blush is just Pink, but all grown up. So if you are a bride that still holds on to that pink-loving little girl inside of you, let it shine on your wedding day.

If you want to take a look at our new jewelry from Elan Couture make an appointment at Miss Ruby Boutique or RSVP to one of our monthly Bridal Styling Nights. 

This necklace by Elan Couture is elegant and unique.
Check out her other styles here or at Miss Ruby Boutique

Blush wedding gowns, like this Olivia gown from Wtoo, are becoming a popular
alternative to the classic white or ivory gown.
This dress is available to order at Miss Ruby Boutique.
Dressing your bridesmaids in different shades of the same color is also a popular trend.
Check out these dresses and more from Wtoo Bridesmaids
A rose gold engagement ring is a way to incorporate blush tones into something you'll cherish forever!
Picture found here.
Set the tone for your wedding with these ultra-stylish Bridal Shower Invites.
Picture found here.

Adding a black accent to blush invitations amps up the glam.
See these and more from Citlali's Etsy Store.

We can't think of anyone who wouldn't love some pink Chanel shoes on their wedding day...or every day.
Picture found here.

Pink flowers and black lace make for a stylish combination.
Picture found here.

A Blush cake with floral fondant accents is a sweet accessory at any wedding.
More pictures from this wedding here.

We can't think of a more fabulous place to say "I Do" than a gauzy pink altar.
Picture found here.

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