8 Perfect Pastel Pink Color Palettes

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Pastel pink and other light pink color palettes are soft and delicate and are most often associated with femininity, romance, and innocence. These colors are pretty versatile and can be used in many different ways, from playful and whimsical all the way to sophisticated and elegant!

If you are looking for a timeless and sophisticated look, try pairing pastel pinks with whites, beiges, and grays. If you want to create more of a soothing and calming design then maybe try pairing them with other pastel colors. And, for a much more bold and playful vibe, you can try pairing light pinks with brighter colors such as yellows and greens.

For this article, I have prepared a few pastel pink color palettes to give you some ideas and color inspiration. I’ve also included the hex color codes for each color in the palettes so you can begin using them right away. And if you need more ideas, then don’t forget to check out our full color palette collection!

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Light Pink And Pastel Pink Color Palettes

Let’s take a look at a few pastel pink color palettes!

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Monochromatic Pastel Pink Color Palette

If you are looking for a color palette that just features pastel pinks and other light pink colors then this could be the one for you!

Monochromatic Pastel Pink Color Palette
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Monochromatic Light Pink Palette

If you prefer light pink colors that are less peachy or dusty colored then this gorgeous palette might be what you are looking for! This one reminds me of candy floss, ballerinas, and marshmallows!

Light Pink Monochromatic Color Palette
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Pastel Pink And Gray Brown Color Palette

I love the way that pastel pink combines so beautifully with light gray and brown colors! This color palette takes advantage of these beautiful neutral colors by adding a darker brown-gray color with more neutral grays. Add your pastel pinks and you have a winning combination!

Pastel Pink And Gray Color Palette
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Light Pink And Neutral Earthy Green Palette

This is mostly another monochromatic light pink palette with the exception of the final color which is a mix of green, beige, and brown (#CEC0AE). It adds a beautiful earthy contrast color to the otherwise mostly pink color palette.

Pastel green and light pink color palette
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Pastel Pink And Pastel Blue Palette

Just like our previous palette, this one also uses mostly pink colors as its base. However, this time we use a shade of pastel blue as an accent color that adds interest and contrast to the palette.

If you are looking for more ideas using pastel blue, don’t forget to check out our pastel blue color palette collection!

Pastel blue and light pink color palette
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Warm Pastel Pink Color Palette

Combining pastel pink with a deep purple shade as a base along with subtle yellows and muted oranges could be a good option if you want a warmer color palette that is a little bit different and eye-catching.

Warm Pastel Pink Color Palette
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Pastel Pink And Nude Pink Color Palette

The final two colors in this palette are pastel pink and nude pink. Don’t they combine beautifully with the other light pink and purple shades?

Purple and light pink color palette
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Light Purple And Pink Palette

If you prefer light pinks that lean more toward the purple side then this palette might just be what you are looking for! This palette moves away from the more peachy-colored pinks and includes colors that are a little cooler including a very pale shade of white.

Cool lace pink color palette
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Conclusion

Pastel and light pink color palettes are beautiful and when used in your journals or designs, they can bring a sense of softness and feminity to your designs. If you use lighter shades of pastel pink then they could be used as a soft base or background color otherwise they could even be used as accent colors in other pastel color palettes.

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