Singular Sensations: Ballerina

Pink and blushing brides go hand-in-hand. Tinge Floral’s Ashley Beyer chooses this demure palette—combining foxgloves, astilbe, ranunculus, peonies, Distant Drum shrub roses, cottage yarrow, blueberries, Sally Holmes heirloom roses, heucherella and spirea foliage for a signature look. “I tend to be attracted to blooms and foliage that feel softer and are more approachable,” says Beyer, who uses peaches and mauves for depth and dimension. The best news about the bridal blush? It’s no longer limited to spring and summer weddings. “You can use Juliet garden roses— which are similar to peonies—year-round. Pink is really unexpected for fall or winter. I love pinks with darker foliage like persimmon or plum.”

Heather Nan Photography -Utah Wedding Photographer

Elizabeth Dye Genevieve gown, $2,400, Harlow Brides, SLC; Penny Preville Oval Diamond and Moonstone Earrings in rose gold, $6,165, O.C. Tanner Jewelers, SLC and Park City

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Hair and makeup: Janelle Ingram

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