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Wedding color palette -Pink & Gold America fell in love with blushing pink and gold during the 1940s and 1950s. The palette, which is making a comeback, suggested both the romance and glamour of Hollywood, hinted at a playful femininity, and came to represent fine couture, days at the beach and on boardwalks, and lighthearted sophistication.

Mix-and-Match Stationery Pen thank-yous on playful papers. We found cute cards in the color scheme, like the blossom card and envelope by Snow and Graham (5) and deckle-edge set from Kate's Paperie (9). Or create pairings: Slip dotty cards from Carrot and Stick Press (1) into aqua envelopes; put oval cards from Paper Source (2) or aqua tags from Paper Presentation (3) into red ones. Convey the palette outside the envelopes too: Use red calligraphy on blue, and color-coordinated stamps (4);

Amber Moon of Pitbulls and Posies created the one-of-a-kind invitation suite and all of the day-of paperie. The bride's mom got in on the fun of the color palette by putting her expertise as a skilled candy maker to use. She made chocolate lollipops in the shape of deer heads as favors -- though the younger attendees got more festive sprinkle-covered ponies. colorful wedding invites

I love the idea of stamping clear plastic sleeves to add embellishment!

<25 of 38 > Ranunculus Invitation This stationery suite features a drawing of the ranunculus bloom engraved in deep pink on the invitation. A bud plucked from the same illustration graces the reception card, as do the flower's arching leaves on the reply card.    Grace Connell Designs

The font on this yellow-and-white suite was inspired by fairytale script

Personalized Wedding Stationery

Polka-dotted wedding stationary from Sugar Paper. MSW.

Plaid and houndstooth come together on these letterpress invitations