Baftas 2015 Wedding Colour Trends

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Baftas 2015 Wedding Colour Trend Blush

Baftas 2015 Wedding Colour Trend Blush

The hottest colour trend on the Baftas 2015 red-carpet has to be….blush pink! A gorgeous, feminine hue of pastel nude with pink undertones is the colour to be seen in for the statement bride who dares to be different! The bridal catwalks for this season were simply full of pastel pink, baby pink and blush wedding gowns by top bridal designers including Monique Lhuillier amongst others.

Blush pink – this beautiful, soft colour translates well into bridal accessories too from headpieces to flowers, from shoes to handbags. Top accessory designers in the wedding industry have started introducing colours into their pieces and it’s being received very well by brides-to-be. Harriet Wilde – luxury wedding shoe designer – launched two styles for 2015 in a delicate pink – Honey lace insert boots and a pair of Chantilly Lace Jasmine Wedding Flats. The use of pretty lace fabrics in her footwear styles make Harriet Wilde shoes perfect for the Boho or Vintage bride looking for a modern touch in her accessories. The leather finish adds quality whilst the the careful crafting and designer label offer a luxe pair of wedding shoes for the bride who wants to be noticed.

Accessory designers such as Lily Bella have also starting using pinks and blush tones in their hair accessories. The Diana Blush Feather Headpiece is the perfect example of how romantic hints of colour can add interest to your look. The feathers are so on trend for 2015 and combined with the blush tones, vintage styling and the oh so popular birdcage veil – this has to be the most sought after headpiece for fashionable brides!

With plenty of looks to inspire brides planning a wedding this year…the overall feel is romance, feminine fabric inspired footwear and utterly classic jewellery styles!

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February 8, 2015 in Wedding Hair Accessories, Wedding Shoes
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