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Perennial Pink: A Timeless Touch of this Classic Color Can Take Your Wedding to the Next Level

The creative minds behind some of Oregon's favorite vendors share fresh ideas for incorporating a color that never goes out of style.
Vera Gayazov

Following a joyful ceremony at Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden, newlyweds Cheyenne and Jack Calvert hopped into a getaway car strung with streamers crafted by Madeline Moore Events, a display that beautifully echoed the garden's surrounding blooms (Photography by Vera Gayazov Photography).

Sustainable floral designer Novella Theory Floral Co. takes a "less is more" approach with this bright, cheerful arrangement. By allowing room for this luscious combination of white cosmos, peachy dahlias, blush calla lilies, hot pink scabiosa, and white poppies to breathe, each single bloom stands out (Photography by Lauren Mihae Photography). 

In an exploration of winged creatures that play an important role in the natural world, photographer Theresa Bear captures the impression of a Dutch still life and injects it with a millennial shade of pink to create a display that is both ethereal and grounded. Wildflower Portland's graduated floral palette, containing nearly every shade of pink, sits atop a bright beekeeping box at Bee & Bloom, keeping the look fresh. Quicksand roses impart romance while yarrow and smoke bush give the illusion that the arrangement is floating above the verdant setting (Photography by Theresa Bear).

Using a modern palette of pink and gold, wedding photographer Casi Yost worked with Vintage Meets Modern and Noble Floral Co. to create this stylish tableau at the Studio Northwest events space. Pink orchids and peach roses adorn the light-filled space, with gold baby's breath and a chic sweetheart table instilling a touch of glam, while pink macarons by Mama's Artisan Sweets lend whimsy (Photography by Casi Yost).

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