I’ve been poring over so many beautiful wedding images recently. I loved this fog mood board and also this ethereal inspiration post last week for instance. These gals really have a knack for combining images and colours, and their influence has led me to believe that when it comes to wedding inspiration- less really is more. Too many images can confuse instead of help, and while Pinterest is of course a fantastic tool for focusing when getting ideas together for your wedding, I would limit Pinning to images you really can’t live without. It will make sorting through them easier, and will give a clearer picture for your collaborators- whether it’s your wedding planner or the sister who is helping you DIY.

Sea Glass Blush Wedding Colour Palette

Sea Glass Blush Wedding Colour Palette
I have to admit I couldn’t stop going back to Lindsay’s emerald inspiration post last week, and I wanted to try one as well, and have a go at a wedding colour palette. It took me longer than I will happily admit to pare down the above to so few images (it also took me an age to do the colour palette.. and it’s STILL not exactly how I wanted it. However!) I tried to take my own advice and keep it simple. I’ve always loved a dusky pink and pale green colour combination- I think the shades complement each other so well. It would make a wedding colour palette that’s pretty easy on the eye, don’t you think? Back tomorrow with an Italian destination wedding on the cliffs of Positano.

Image credits: Elizabeth Messina via Green Wedding Shoes | Jose Villa via Dust Jacket | Chic Weddings in Italy | Ruffled via Fiore Market Cafe |  The Dessy Group | BehanceAlicia Swedenborg via Love My Dress

 

7 Responses

  1. Sara

    love this board you put together! The sea glass color is so beautiful. and of course – many thanks for the shout out! xx

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  2. Lauren

    This is really, really beautiful! I love dusty pink and pale green by themselves, too, but the romantic purple shades add depth and complexity! Also, I totally agree with you about Pinterest! Thank God that I was shockingly unaware of its existence when I planned my own wedding. I think I would have gone insane!

    Thank you for the sweet words, too! We’re always inspired by what we find over here as well. :)

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  3. Amy

    Am a tad obsessed with both of your sites : ) Yes though isn’t Pinterest kind of like a blessing and a curse combined? Too many ideas… Ahh!!

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  4. Dana Caffrey

    So love the dress!!! It’s very simple but elegant! I have visited your site thrice and I’m loving every wedding feature you did. Thanks for sharing this.

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  5. Chelsea Smith

    The first thing I noticed is the dress. It’s simply made but it possess elegance. I love the style and the cut is just perfect. Nice page by the way :-)

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