Good morning- hope the weekend went well for everyone! I know it did for me, I’m visiting the east coat of the US, South Carolina in fact. The sunny southern weather is balmy and the people are really warm and laid back. Several trips to the shore inspired the wedding palette we have for you today and these colours would work so well for a beach destination wedding. It’s easy on the eye with pretty and light hues reminiscent of sand. Like the neon palette we looked at recently, weddings featuring these neutral tones seem to be majorly on the increase. Fruit tones of peach and apricot bring a delicate softness that is lovely especially for a spring or summer wedding. Think fawn, creamy beige, light gold, antique brass and champagne shades mixed with a gentle light sage against a background of pure white. A cascading bouquet with ever-lovely peach Juliet roses and white double peonies mingled with sprays of ivy is perfect. Lots of flowers throughout the decor will keep a natural feel to this look and a few gold touches will add a little sparkling finishing touch.

A Neutral Wedding PaletteNeutral Wedding Palette

Red Lips: Jen Huang | Valentino Jewelry-Bow Couture d’Orsay Pumps: Bergorf Goodman via Pinterest | Bouquet: Erin Hearts Court via Style Me Pretty | Table Setting: Anne Robert | Cake: Hey There Cupcake via 100 Layer Cake | Invitations: Lady Letterpress via Grey Likes Weddings

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  1. Jessica {Storyboard Wedding}

    I adore this sort of tonal range for a wedding. There is something so wonderfully feminine about it yet wildly sophisticated. Its the total package as far as wedding palettes go, esp if you mix in a mild metallic!


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