Pink has always been a popular wedding color, but brides today are ditching the Pepto Bismol hue that was a hit in the '80s. According to Pinterest's 2017 wedding report, couples are gravitating towards a more muted tone called "dusty rose". This shade of pink is so popular among the Pinterest set that search for "dusty pink weddings" have increased a whopping 255 percent since last year.
If you're looking to make pink your signature color for your wedding, here's some of our favorite ways to incorporate dusty rose into your big day.
Wondering if roses come in the perfect shade of "dusty rose"? Of course!
The Wedding Dress
Non-traditional brides will be happy to hear that a wedding dress in this muted shade of pink can be just as beautiful—and as bridal—as a white gown.
BHLDN Ramona Gown, $1,300 (£1,043), bhldn.com
This shade of pink looks particularly romantic with greenery, like in this gorgeous ceremony backdrop.
Instead of "something blue" why not try adding "something pink" to your wedding ensemble?
BHLDN Alicia Heels, $170 (£136),bhldn.com
The Bridesmaid Dresses
This colour is so popular that your bridesmaids will want to wear their dusty rose gown over and over again.
The Ring Box
Have your ring bearer carry this pretty velvet box down the aisle.
The Mrs. Box, $75 (£60),themrsbox.com
The Nail Polish
Essie's slightly darker take on dusty rose is a shade called "Angora Cardi" and is totally wedding-day worthy.
This sunset-inspired hue would also look great on stationery for a desert wedding.
Your groom and groomsmen will look especially dapper with boutonnieres and ties in this shade of pink.
You can even make your wedding cake dusty pink. Case in point: This super on-trend naked drip cake.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.