Put on your rose-colored glasses.
Building a registry is hard work, and it's even more difficult when you're worried about matching. Ease the stress with something soft—a soft set of shades, that is. If you're not set on whites, blacks, or metallics, but still want a go-with-everything color, it's time to put pink on your registering radar. Airy yet warm and surprisingly versatile, pale pink is an easygoing color. Infuse your rooms with it—set a table, make the bed, add a few unexpected accessories, too—and envelop yourself in a comfortable cloud of good cheer.
If you frequent social media platforms or find yourself browsing on Pinterest, "Millennial pink," "rose quartz," and "dusty rose" have probably caught your attention. There's a reason these shades and others like them are trending across the web—the range of hues does the job of a neutral but offers its own splash of personality. Worried about the lifespan of fads? Rest assured that pale pink is timeless. Rose-colored glasses will always be a thing, and the warmth of the color is never not inviting. Ready to build a warm and airy home filled with cheery, soothing shades? Browse through our favorite pale-pink products to add to your wedding registry.
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Pink Hand Mixer
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The only question this dish leaves is whether or not what you make will be as yummy as this looks.
Martha Stewart Collection Collector's Enameled Cast-Iron Round Casserole, 6 qt., in Pink Sea Salt, $180, macys.com.