Hello everybody! I hope this post finds you well. Today we’re looking at some favourite wedding colour combinations which can be adapted for just about any kind of day. So if you’ve recently got engaged – firstly CONGRATULATIONS! and secondly, cast your lovely eyes over these moodboards to kick start your wedding planning.
Love Mirlah xx
Blush Pink & Silver
Magical, Whimsical, Romantic and all kinds of pretty. If that’s the kind of style you’ve got in mind then Blush Pink and hints of Metallic Silver sounds perfect for you.
Add simple touches of blush by hand tying ribbon round the cutlery. Add beautiful blush roses or peonies to vintage mercury glass vases, you can’t get much more understated than that, but it’s certainly bound to make a big impression.
The idea of taking the trend a step further by wearing a coloured gown, seems slightly off the cuff and certainly not traditional but I think we can all agree, that the Jenny Packham Bride below looks exsquiste. Blush Pink is very subtle shade which works beautifully for a bridal gown but if it’s not for you then dressing you Bridesmads in pinky hues is a very popular choice.
Ah! These colour together just scream romance and you can continue the colour scheme through to your wedding bouquet. How stunning are the flowers below? Made up of Dahlias, Garden Roses, Parrot Tulips, and Dusty Miller it fits the palette perfectly, I love how the dusty miller gives a slight silver effect. Gorgeous.
Moodboards Created By: Best Day Ever
Image Credits: Jimmy Choo Shoes: Lani Elias via Style Me Pretty | Silver Cutlery with bow: Home Town Girl | Jenny Packham Gown in Blush: Jonas Peterson via Once Wed | Mercury Glass Centrepiece: Heather Kincaid via Style Me Pretty | Blush Oversizded Balloons: Brumley & Wells via Style Me Pretty | Silver Wedding Cake: White Ivory Photography via Wedding Chicks Blush & Silver Themed Wedding Bouquet: Simply Bloom Photography via Martha Stewart Weddings
Navy Blue & Gold
From whimsical we move gracefully to bold sophistication. This Wedding Colour Combination is elegant, classy and just the right amount of moody. The dark navy hues create a beautiful initimate atomsphere that just lends itself to an abundance of candles or golden twinkly fairy lights. This colour palette is very remincisent of the 1920s Gatsby days and I just can’t get enough. Those Wedding Table Centrepieces are just genius and very easily replicated with a stack of vintage books and a mix of vintage vases filled with your favourite flowers, you could even add a golden table runner to add a touch of glitz.
Image Credits: Wedding Bar Sign: Amanda Thomsen + Camilla Jørvad + Tine Hvolby via Love My Dress | Blue Biba Wedding Gown: Sam Gibson via Love My Dress | Navy Blue & Gold Wedding Cake: Catherine Mac via The Pretty Blog | Vintage Book Centrepiece: Erica B via Style Me Pretty | Champagne & Blueberries: Blue Rose Pictures via Ruffled Blog | Navy & Gold Wedding Couple: Our Labor of Love via Bespoke Bride | Navy & Gold Table Setting: Scheme Events
Peach & Mint
Finally we move from dramatic grandeur to fun and flirty with one of our favourite colour combinations. Peach or Coral with fresh mint. These colours would be perfect for a spring summer wedding and I’m not sure you can over do it with this colour combo. This palette works well when you don’t stick to one shade of each colour and mix and match different shades. Starting with your bridesmaids is a great way to mix the colours together and you can even mix styles and different textures. We talked about mismatched wedding styling and bridesmaids here in an earlier blog post.
Think about introducing cream and natural colours to break up the brighter colours or even add touches of silver or gold, just a little sprinkle of something the cake or embellished necklaces work well. I love the use of doilies and wood in the tables setting below, it’s just shows how versatile these colours are, the dark wood turns quite a girly colour combination in to something a little more rustic.
Image Credits: Mint Wedding Cake: Love is a Big Deal via Ruffled Blog | Mint & Peach Bridesmaids Dresses: Shipra Panosian via Ruffled Blog | Coral Flowers in Mint Mason Jar: Bonny Berry via Style Me Pretty | Bridesmaids Bouquet: Nancy Ray Photography via Wedding Chicks | Cocktail: Bridal Tweet | Vintage Bottles: Etsy Leaping Gazelle | Coral & Mint Pinwheels: Charlie Juliet via The Sweetest Occasion | Peach & Mint Table Setting: Kaysha Weiner via Hostess With The Mostess
So which are you? Romantic and Whimsical, Mysterious and Intimate or Fun and Flirty? Shall we all just have three weddings, they’re all gorgeous.
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