If you're ready to lean in and make Viva Magenta a focal point of your wedding's color palette, there's no better way to do it than with your reception florals.
A lush runner overflowing with bougainvillea, as well as roses and ranunculus, like this one created by Viva Flor, is guaranteed to make a statement.
A patterned linen is a great option if you're looking for subtle ways to work Viva Magenta into your décor. The result is just the right pop of color—these tables are fun and memorable without being too attention-grabbing.
This statement-making double arch is ideal for anyone who absolutely loves Viva Magenta. Jassi & Co. Creative made color magic happen by erecting two separate arches that looked stacked from a distance.
For this colorful wedding, Posh Parties created a custom dance floor with bright floral motifs—a huge reminiscent of Viva Magenta can be seen at the corners.
If you want to wow guests, creating your own personalized dance floor, complete with the punchy hue, is a great place to start.
Talk about place settings that wow. Pairing magenta linens with more neutral accents, like a rattan charger, can help create balance.
For an extra pop of color, you can further bring Viva Magenta into your tablescapes with magenta-toned menu cards, which is exactly what Moana Belle Events did here.
Peonies are wedding bouquet mainstays, so if you only want a hint of Viva Magenta in your wedding design, put it in your personal arrangement.
Bold coral charm peonies stun in any wedding bouquet, and they're an easy way to adopt the trend without changing your color palette entirely.
You don't have to commit to Viva Magenta at every part of the celebration. A fun linen on your dessert table is a great way to draw attention to your wedding cake—or trio of cakes.
This bright pink option made the otherwise simple white cakes pop.
And if you do want to go all out, don't be afraid to commit. Here, an abundant display of magenta roses climbed reception walls, creating an unmissable backdrop for a head table.
Viva Magenta plays surprisingly well with a variety of other colors. including blue. Work it into your wedding invitations in the form of illustrations, envelope liners, and other fun flourishes.