Post # 1
My bridesmaids dresses are basically a watermelon pink and im doing favor boxes in a hot pink. my fiancees family is doing our cake and its hard to get that kind of pink so we found a cake in the martha stewart book of wedding cakes. attached is the outside of the cake but instead of the cherry blossoms we were going to do different artifical flowers going diagonally down. what do you the readers think? is it okay to have the wedding color be different then the rest of everything else?
Post # 3
Light pink would look nice! Or you could do white with hot pink flowers. Dark colored icing tastes bad, anyway. 🙂 We had ribbons of RED fondant and it was icky, although the rest was yummy.
You won’t find all hot pink flowers, anyway (unless you did all Gerberas, how cute would that be?!), so it’ll probably match your flowers if you have any. 🙂
Post # 4
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
Do it- that’s a really pretty pink, and I think people prefer to eat “softer” colors, anyway.
Post # 5
I think it will look fine. My wedding colors were shades of pink and silver. The different shades of pink looked awsome together.
Here is what my bouquet looked like with various shades of pink. My girls wore watermelon dresses
Post # 6
@monique1218: my bouquet actually doesnt even really match my bridesmaids colors lol attached is an example of my bouquet my fiancees aunt is putting it all together (the picture was just a quick example in the store for an idea and the flowers arent orangeish looking there more of a medium pink if you get what i mean)
^^the pink is more that color of the roses in my bouquet
Post # 7
I think it will look great. That cake is tO die for btw.