Spring Tulips with Design Break {Color Palette Monday}

April 28, 2014 - by Preeti

Welcome back to a second edition of a joint {Color Palette Monday} with Design Break! Last week we featured a brightly color palette of blues and purples.

Today we are going soft and sweet by thinking spring colors. These dainty pink-white tulips are just what you need when you want a wedding theme that expresses femininity and a soft feeling.

The shades of pink matched with grey (or silver) and accented by a happy green allows a bride to be a princess.

Pastel Tulips Color Palette The Big Fat Indian Wedding width=

For more spring color palette inspiration, check out these palettes here, here, and here.

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