Following on from yesterday's post on combining black and white stripes with apple green for a simple, fresh, classic look, today's inspiration comes in the form of black and white stripes alongside feminine shades of peach, pink and purple…with a touch of buttercup yellow thrown in too!

Take the edge off stripes with colourful blooms and gold touches…

{Kate Spade inspiration shoot via 100 Layer Cake  / bow tie and boutonniere via Once Wed / vibrant pink and purple bouquet via Once Wed / peach bouquet with stripy bow via Brides / table setting via Ritzy Bee}

Kate Spade does stripes like no other ~ the inspiration shoot in the top left corner has her name all over it. The blush pink tablecloth works so well with the stripy runner. Here's a close up of those fabulous stripes and black bow napkins:

Stripy bow ties and boutonnieres for a playful groom. Don't you just love the splash of bright colour on his bout?!

A vibrant bouquet and a bouquet of soft peaches and cream bouquet ~ both made all the more special wrapped in stripes. I especially love the way the ribbon is tied in a loose bow with the ends hanging loose on the peach bouqet.

Such a sophisticated striped table setting with gold cultlery and tableware and colourful, fluffy florals.

In case you're still not convinced, here's some darling stripy details in amidst a plethora of gold and pink loveliness:

So sweet! The rest of the shoot is just as lovely over on Ruffled.

And finally as I round up my black and white stripes obsession…how about stripes at the altar?

And a stripey bow for the bride?

Yes please!

The black and white stripes go so perfectly with the Halloween pumpkins lining the aisles ~ a nod to Beetlejuice's suit perhaps? Go check out the full wedding on Once Wed ~ it's full of stripes, colour and fun!

I hope you've enjoyed my stripey inspiration posts ~ I'm kind of tempted to do a pastel stripes board next haha!

{Maybe those OTT stripes I was talking about in Part 1 did hypnotise me after all!}

So are you a fan of black and white stripes alongside pretty pinks and purples?