Mint has been on the wedding radar for a while now, and pink has always been a wedding staple, but when these two colors are paired together it is beautiful wedding overload! I love pastels in my clothes, art, on my nails, and I could go on, so it’s no surprise I love this pastel palette! I love pastel palettes because they are not overpowering or distracting, and they add a simple touch of elegance to weddings without trying too hard. Pale pink and mint do just that as a wedding palette; they create a delicate palette, yet it doesn’t seem too feminine. Clearly I love these colors together, but what’s your opinion- are you as sold as I am on pastels?
Inspired by Pantone’s Color of the Year Tangerine Tango, Dallas photographer Elisabeth Carol & coordinator Britni Ramsey created a gorgoues shoot that paired the hot ornage with mint. To spice up the fun factor, Elisabeth & Britni had a vintage theme with retro glam twist. Can you believe that the glitter dipped mason jars are a DIY product? The duo also made ribbon table runner, Lindor truffle favors, and cake stand! That gorgeous bridal gown with empire waist detailing comes from Zhenyuan Wedding, hair and makeup is byKrista Cook, floral designer Jill Garcia is responsible for the gorgeous blooms, and the rentals are courtesy of Burleson Antique Mall.