Baby Pink has a sweetness about it that reminds you of the plushy soft soles of a baby’s feet. But Baby Pink isn’t just for babies, brides have been using the color as their main wedding color for centuries. And for good reason, Baby Pink evokes ideas of romance and love that encompass the theme of marriage and weddings.
How the color is made: To make Baby Pink mix Very Soft Red and White to achieve a delicate macaron Pink.
History: Historically, Baby Pink was associated with innocence, delicacy, tenderness, and youth. It was a color used in portraits where young children frolicked and played.
Color in Action
Though Baby Pink is a color typically associated with girls in modern-day gender-reveal parties, it wasn’t always a specifically feminine color and was often a color that little boys were dressed in until gender stereotyping became mainstream. Thankfully Baby Pink is starting to become a gender-neutral color in some societies.
Use Baby Pink in the main bedroom as a quilted comforter and accent throw pillows to create a space that feels relaxing and comforting. Baby Pink can also work as the main color in a bathroom to create a soothing space that can sometimes feel cold and impersonal.
Colors that go with Baby Pink
Complement Baby Pink with Very Soft Cyan to evoke a sense of playfulness and cheeriness. This color combination will bring up memories of sweet sorbet and sticky syrup on sunny afternoons.
Baby Pink Color Palettes and Schemes
Analogous color palettes that include Very Soft Pink, Very Sot Orange, and Baby Pink feel delicate and comforting because they move across the warm color spectrum with a diaphanous touch.
Backgrounds and Seamless Patterns
Wallpapers with a medallion design in Baby Pink, Very Soft Blue, and Very Soft Lime will have a calming effect on the senses because of the circular designs and the soft color combinations.