Anemone, Green, and Pops of Pink

When you use a gorgeous flower as the main theme to your color palette, nothing can go wrong. We adore the contrast of deep blue and white in an anemone, unique yet elegant. To complement this flower, light greens take the look to the next level. Pops of pink add color and brightness to the scene. And, if you are lucky enough to have a cute flower girl or two, use their dresses as a part of the pretty pink pop!




Lavender, Gray, and Powder Blue

If you want color without a loud pop, a lavender, gray, and powder blue pallet may be a perfect scheme for the big day. Soft gray and powder blue are “colorful neutrals” that bring class and color to a traditional white wedding. Using a lavender accent will not only smell amazing but bring a soft touch to the scene – and we are loving the idea of throwing lavender instead of rice! Talk about the perfect photo op.


Made for the Mountains

When using a color pallet inspired by the beauty of nature, especially the Colorado mountains, nothing can go wrong. Combining the soft purples of succulents with gray-blues from the distance and accents from terra-cotta potted centerpieces will bring your effortlessly natural wedding together. The most beautiful aspect of a Colorado wedding is the ability to let the simplicity of nature take over as your most decadent decor.

Simple in Sage

As a color that represents protection and healing, sage is a beautiful shade of green that flawlessly enhances gorgeous white laces and gold accents. For a simple and elegant color scheme, we are loving this sublime look. It is even said that sage brings good luck and energy!

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Sunrise, Brunch, and Bubbly

As they say, the early bird catches the worm, and now, the ring. If you and your one-to-be are early risers, a sunrise wedding will capture your special moment perfectly. Light florals and bright pastels will enhance the tranquility and beauty the morning brings. And who doesn't love brunch? Mimosas, mini-pancakes, yogurt parfait, and bloody marys are the perfect additions to your early-morning happy hour. 


Floral wedding | Mini-pancakes | Lavender mimosas | Invitation | Portrait 


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Cherry Blossom and Cranberry

Cherry blossom hues, paired with a deep, lush cranberry, are a sweet spin on classic blush. Feminine and bold, yet soft and classic, we love this pink pairing with just a bit of ivory tossed in. 


Cranberry wedding shoes | Cherry blossom signature cocktail | Bridal bouquet | Place setting | Mrs. ring box 


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Winter Blues

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? 

Marsala, Evergreen and Pheasant

As the cooler days and gray light of winter encircle us, we're thinking about colors that make us want to curl up and get cozy. Marsala brings warmth, while evergreen evokes the feeling of the winter season, and the addition of pheasant feathers is just brilliant. Consider what an envelope in a deep hue can add to your invite suite, and with a little metallic calligraphy, you're golden. A magical maroon garden rose, paired with wild greenery, like eucalyptus, makes for beautiful florals, and we're all about the surprising use of orchids alongside the roses on this romantic two-tier cake.