What the wedding colour Pink say about your personality.

Pink for today!

In colour psychology pink relates to unconditional love and understanding, and the giving and receiving of nurturing.

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Soft pink wedding theme display

Your marriage partner will need to love and accept you unconditionally and show sincere appreciation for the loving things you do each day.

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Table setting

Combining pink with other darker colours such as dark blue, dark green, black or gray, adds strength and sophistication to pink.

Pink calms the physical passion and power of red making it a gentler and loving energy.

Blush: This is a very pale pink with sensual and sexual undertones. It is non-threatening but lacks enthusiasm, excitement and energy.

Rose Pink: This is a more mature pink, but still feminine and romantic; the pink of universal love.

Pink as your wedding colour will create a mood of gentle warmth, love and thoughtfulness.

Salmon Pink: This variation of pink contains a touch of orange. It encourages the flirt, and can be a sign of the shy lover, all talk and no play.

Orchid: This is more of a lavender-pink and relates to the unusual and the individual doing his or her own thing. It is the non-conformist.


Hot Pink: Contemporary and modern for a wedding, yet romantic and fun, it radiates a more passion than pale pink. It inspires sensual love and a love of life..

Pink is a positive colour inspiring warm and comforting feelings, a sense that everything will be okay in the end and this is what you are hoping for with your wedding and marriage.

What’s out for my next post: What the wedding colour white say about your personality.



Pink rose garter
Pink rose garter set A10020G

Watch out for my next Post: What the wedding colour White say about your personality.

Cheers Susan

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