The Color Series – Bold Neutral Statements


Whether you consider yourself the traditional or classic type, or modern is more your style – you can never go wrong with a neutral wedding color palette.  This week, we are designing around a timelessly neutral color palette.

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The wedding invitation is more than the document that advises a family, friend, or loved one that they are welcomed to be present on your big day…it is the invitation to your wedding experience and should reflect the various details of your wedding.

These invitation suites by Jupiter and Juno  will set the tone for your wedding whether you are planning a subtle or glamorous affair.

Wedding White?  Maybe not… These creamy gowns would add warmth and depth to any girls complexion.  What better way to include a little color from this palette.

Designers:  Hayley Paige and Monique Lhuillier

Designers:  Frida Xhoi & Xhei (Sallon Frida) and Maggie Sottero

Designers:  Christian Louboutin and Badgley Mischka

If you are unsure about gracing the aisle with any shade darker than snow white, allow the warmer hues to adorn your lovely maids.  Be careful with using the blush shades in dresses and consider the complexion of your bridal party.  The warmer tones work well with most skin tones.

If you have opted to execute the deeper colors in this palette in the attire of your bridal party, white  becomes the perfect star in decor!

For a more traditional  and classic environment, add gold as your metallic accent.

Crystal and sequin are the perfect accent for the bride who prefers a little more glam.

Entice your guests visually before they experience your delicious wedding cake.

Ruffles, glitter, and satin finishes work perfectly with this color scheme.  Don’t be afraid to bring in texture on your cake since the colors alone may make for a muted visual.

Neutrals do not have to mean boring.  Utilizing texture and metallic accents,  and changing the traditional use of color in attire can make for a timeless event that will be reflected in your wedding photos for generations to come.

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