This blog post was originally created by Madeleine Villa.
Are you in the midst of planning your big day? Choosing a color or color palette can be one of the trickiest part of the planning. It affects everything, from your florals to your bridesmaid dresses. Look no further, we guarantee you’ll be saying ‘I Do’ to this perfect hue!
Henkaa launched Dusty Rose in Spring 2018, and in less than a year it has become one of our top sellers. There is really no surprise here - it’s gorgeous!
Find out five reasons you should make Dusty Rose your wedding color!
1. It Looks Amazing On Everyone
Whether you have a warm undertone or cool undertone, Dusty Rose brings out the best in everyones skin tone, and truly looks amazing on all complexions.
The deep-pink hue is richer than our Blush Pink but more vibrant than our Mauve Taupe -making it ideal for bridal parties of all complexions.
2. It’s Timeless
Pink hues will always be a go-to when it comes to wedding colors. What is more romantic and playful than pink?!
Dusty Rose, while currently trending, is a color that won’t date itself too soon. Your photos will look timeless for years to come!
3. It’s Right On Trend
4. It's Palette Perfection
Dusty Rose is stunning on its own in the spotlight, but it also looks great both in a complementary color palette or a more dramatic color palette.
For a soft complimentary look try pairing Dusty Rose with Nude Champagne, Blush Pink or Silver Grey.
For a dramatic contrasting look try it with Hunter Green, Navy Blue or Charcoal Grey
5. It's a Seasoned Pro
Whether you are having a Spring/Summer wedding or a Fall/Winter wedding, Dusty Rose brings out the best in any season.
Lush greens and Dusty Rose were made for each other. For a Spring/Summer wedding use warmer tones and vibrant details to mirror the energy of the season.
A blanket of snow, faux-fur shawls and Dusty Rose is another stunning look. For a Fall/Winter wedding pair Dusty Rose with cooler shades like Silver Grey and let the warm pink tone have its moment.
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Would you use Dusty Rose as your Bridesmaid dress color?