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27 May 2015

Colour Scheme: Mint and Pink

This is such a beautiful, feminine and fresh colour scheme. It works so well for spring/summer weddings and there’s quite a variation in the types of mints and pinks you can go for. Softer mints and pinks add a soft edge while colours with more depth can add vibrancy. The pink can be substituted for a coral or peach, have a look below for a little inspiration.

 

 

 

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