Since Rose Quartz was a 2016 Pantone Color of the Year, rose, blush, and peach shades are still really popular for weddings, business branding, and baby shower invitations.

If you’ve always wanted to use a shade of pink in your business branding or know that pink is one of your wedding colors, baby shower colors, or party colors, check out some of these different hues and color pairings.

Some popular pink shades are:

  • Rose Quartz
  • Blush
  • Salmon
  • Coral
  • Fuchsia
  • Flamingo
  • Rouge
  • Strawberry
  • Peach
  • Bubble Gum
  • Hot Pink

Softer shades of pink, such as rose quartz, peach, or dusty rose tend to pair well with silvers, greys, soft and warm shades of purple, soft and warm shades of blue, and soft and warm shades of green.

Bright and intense pink shades, such as hot pink, tend to pair well with lime green, lemon, royal blue, bright purple, or white.

Pink Shades Color Palette for Wedding Invitations, Baby Showers, and Party Invites

One of my all time favorite pink color schemes for a baby nursery is still rose, gold, and white. This pairing makes a beautiful nursery or toddler’s room. Not only that, but those same colors transfer beautifully onto little girl birthday invitations or baby shower invitations.

Pink Color Meaning in Business

When designing your brand image or thinking through a rebrand, it’s really important to take a look at the color psychology of every color you’re interested in using.

Pink represents tenderness, compassion, love, romance, sympathy, and sexuality. It’s a color that evokes softer and nurturing emotions. Often times, you’ll see brands that are geared towards females or children use pink in their branding.

Some top companies that use a pink color in branding are: TMobile, Johnson & Johnson, Cosmopolitan, Barbie, and Victoria’s Secret.

The message that the color pink will send depends on its intensity and hue. Hot pink like in the TMobile logo creates a fun and energetic vibe. The pink shade in the Barbie logo is one of youthfulness and playfulness. Then, of course, the pink in the Victoria’s Secret branding is softer and more romantic and sensual.

If you love pink and would like to use it in your business branding or for a wedding invitation, baby shower invite, or toddler birthday party invite, reach out to me via the contact page. I’d love to help you create a custom color palette and then work with you on your design project.