An ocean landscape is filled with different shades of oceanic blues, and what better color palette for your special day on the shore? If you are holding your wedding on the beach, using the multiple shades of natural gray and seaglass blues, combined with accents of elegant gold, provides a stunning and natural look. We are loving the gold-painted oyster shells as place marks for guests to find their seat, truly tying the ocean feel in.
Lavender has an "old world feel," which we love. It brings not just color, but scent and texture to your wedding palette. Fold in shades of green to accent its natural beauty while elements of gold make it feel sophiscated and timeless. Things like lavender champagne and lavender desserts are direct ways to bring the theme to life, and folding bits of lavender into boutonnieres and the wedding bouquet will also wash the day in a sense of calm. lavender, evergreen and gold wedding color inspiration '
Who knew the winter blues could feel so good? This moody medieval shoot has got us fully focused on dramatic stationery design, fabric-draped tables spotted in taper candles, and bouquets of privet berry, anemone, and lavender roses. And the mixed shades of blue are just too dreamy for words. Can we teleport to this magical mountainside?
Have you found yourself in the midst of wedding planning, slightly disenchanted and craving something unique? We are head-over-heels for a sweet and intimate wedding brunch. Gather your closest friends and family in an overgrown garden and exchange vows quietly followed by elderflower champagne cocktails and an elegant array of quiche and mini pancakes. Add a coffee bar and DIY avocado toast station and your guests will thank you.
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Colors that conjure the feeling of darker days and longer nights are fit a fall or winter celebration. Hues that wrap you up as if they were a cable knit blanket can be brought into the event with helleborus blooms, textured stationery, figs atop a three-tier confection, and possibly even a unique, dark wedding gown.