This ultra-romantic, slightly vintage trio of colors works so well together. It’s so feminine, yet sophisticated. A warm champagne tone with a blush pink and silver accents can work in anything from an estate setting to a grand ballroom. In anything from your sparkly shoes to your delicious signature cocktail, this color palette has everything!
Today’s color board pairs vibrant pink tones with a rich chocolate brown. It’s super sophisticated, yet youthful enough with the bright pops of coral and pink. You’ll see here how a rich brown table linen can look stunning with bright pink uplighting and coral and gold table accents. And the bouquet – perfect with coral and pink peonies!
Don’t be afraid to mix it up! Bold hues like orange and purple can be paired well with a cool Tiffany blue. Even the flowers can be mixed & matched – smaller, more compact arrangements with taller, dramatically simple groupings can look stunning. Same goes for your wedding attire! No one says your dress has to match your shoes, as long as it flows with the rest of the decor theme. We’re loving this glowing, candle-laden table setup which stylishly ties in the “Tiffany” blue. And what’s more fun that a color-coordinated signature cocktail??
Usually, when people see brides wearing these exquisite sarees b’dazzled like none other, they can easily say “why do you need jewelry, the saree speaks for itself.” However, in the indian tradition that is unheard of. Traditionally, the amount of jewelry, particularly gold, a bride wears represents the social status of her family. Therefore, families would invest as much as they could on the bride’s jewelry. Nowadays, brides still wear ample jewelry, but generally a variety of different pieces are worn to enhance their outfit rather than worn to merely make a statement.
The interesting thing is that South Indian and North Indian wedding jewelry still varies quite greatly. North indian sarees are generally more of a lehenga style with a lot of net and sequins, and the jewelry that is worn with them accentuate their outfit with the colors and the stones.
On the contrary, because of the traditional nature of the silk South Indian sarees, the gold jewelry that is worn with the silk sarees are more pure solid gold without stones and beads but with more designs and patterns.
Today’s color board focuses on one color – purple – in all shades! If you are completely in love with ONE color, you can always opt for an ombré design to get a number of tones. We’re loving this whimsical outdoor reception setup, with so many shades of purple and modern acrylic chairs. Another stylish accent we found was this watercolor-inspired, super-romantic table number design. Even though it doesn’t “match” exactly, it would go well with an invitation suite like the one below. All are quite modern, with just enough romance thrown in. And this cake – WOW! So delicate. We didn’t stop there with the dessert inspiration. How fun are these macaroons! Tie it all together with your head-to-toe, jewel-toned outfit.
It’s all about the details for this vibrant color board! Magenta, orange, and purple come together in a stunning combination. From your seating cards to your cocktail hour floral arrangements, there’s no detail too small. I love how everything works in this elegantly tented reception setup – complete with a sparkling chandelier!
Believe it or not, Spring is only about a month away! Around here, we’re dreaming of warmer weather and pops of color. Here’s some Spring style inspiration to get you on the same page. If you’re having a Spring wedding shower, taking your bridesmaids out to lunch, or any other wedding-related activity, this look works!
1. Fun Accessories – This bright cluster of bracelets is from H&M and is sure to go with most any outfit.
2. Flirty Nails – Loving this soft, feminine color from Chanel. Just enough color to brighten up your look!
3. Playful Shoes – These petal-insprired shoes are from DSW (Bandolino), and are oh-so-sweet.
4. Eye-Catching Prints – Show off your style with a bold print dress. Loving this one from the Gap!
We’ve done Pretty In Pink, now it’s time for some perfect purple! Check out the stunning inspiration below if you are leaning toward purple as your main color scheme. From an intricate cake to a show-stopping table setting, we’ve got you covered.
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Loving this sweet floral arrangement below – perfect for cocktail hour.
To keep with our Valentine’s week theme, here is some romantic style! Whether you’re happily married or living up the single life, there’s always room for some chic style on Valentine’s Day (or any day!)
Get festive with a fun dinner party and an adorable card.