Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Fall Wedding Colors We’re Crushing On

Fall Wedding Colors We’re Crushing On
More and more brides are falling for fall weddings and it’s easy to see why. The earthy hues and rich jewel tones of the season set the stage for a seriously stunning celebration. While we love everything the autumn color spectrum has to offer, we’ve narrowed it down to the four must-have wedding color palettes of the moment. Take a look at the color combinations we can’t help but crush on.

1. Emerald & Gold
We’re seeing green, emerald green that is, a lively hue just begging to be included in a vibrant wedding celebration. Emerald’s rich jewel tone pairs flawlessly with metallic gold accents, creating an incredibly elegant color scheme. Use lush fabrics with interesting textures to play off of the sophistication associated with the gem.
Photo Credits: Tabletop-Colin Cowie Celebrations; Shoes-Badgley MischkaSarah Tew Photography; Bridesmaids-Megan W Photography; Cake-The Sugar SuiteAmalie Orrange Photography; Invitation-Minted; Bridesmaid-Jamie Delaine Photography; Place Setting-Elisabeth Carol Photography
2. Orange & Navy
Talk about a perfect pair! Vibrant orange breathes life into traditional navy. This color combination makes a bold statement while keeping the brighter orange hue neatly grounded. Try to use navy as a neutral when you're playing with color. Orange florals and votive candles brighten up a room awash in a rich navy hue.Photo Credits: Bouquet-Hana Floral DesignSnap! Photography; Tabletop-Christopher Todd Studios; Bridesmaid Bouquet-Mandy Paige Photography; Tabletop-Michelle Edwards; Boutonniere-Kimberly Photography; Cake-Pinterest; Invitation-MooseberryPaperCo

3. Marsala & Brown
Pantone’s 2015 Color Of The Year, marsala, is a fabulous way to pay homage to the fall season. The wine colored hue paired with a soft brown combine to make a sophisticated color palette we can’t get enough of. Try using more sumptuous, heavier fabrics in your décor when playing with these tones. Think brocade and velvet rather than linen and silk. Photo Credits: Tabletop-Colin Cowie Celebrations; Birdesmaids-Tracy Enoch Photography; Invitation-Valorie Darling Photography; Cake-Sky’s the Limit Bridal SweetsCasey Hendrickson Photography; Macaroon-Foodista; Bouquet-Wallflower DesignsMaggie Fortson Photography; Place Setting-Peony Art Decoration StudioAnastasiya Belik Photography 
4. Plum & Gray
A new take on the classic color palette, a plum and gray color scheme is filled with elegance. Mysterious and emblematic of royalty, purple is the color of choice for fall celebrations. Go for gray linens accented with lush plum detailing in the form of linen napkins, table runners and of course fabulous flowers. Photo Credits: Groomsman-Katelyn James Photography; Bridesmaids-Sarah Ainsworth Photography; Place Setting-Colin Cowie Celebrations; Cake-Kathy's Little Cakery; Tabletop-Grand EngagementsJasmine Star Photography


Kathy J. Christensen said...

I love wedding s and dresses. It is always special and interesting to me. I always prefer fashionable unique bridal dresses for the event. It can be in any color. I prefer royal silver bridesmaid dresses

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