Another busy wedding season is right around the corner! This one might be our favorite yet. We love everything about autumn! Spiced Pumpkin Lattes, the changing colors of leaves, comfy knits & scarves, boots, Halloween - need we say more!?
Fall season calls for more muted and romantic wedding colors compared to summer weddings. We're seeing lots of jewel & earth tones and complimenting colors in all of the bridal magazines.These new color pallets rolling out make us love fall that much more! Here's a few we're most excited about.
1. Eggplant - not the vegetable
We're big advocates for a blush, gold and ivory wedding... But the addition of eggplant to this pallet is exciting, crisp, and SO fall. By adding the deep purple color, greenery and other fall elements mix that much better. Need we say more?
2. Tiffany blue... In fall?
Yes, you heard that right. Tiffany blue, orchid, and antique silver make quite the serene statement when combined. The look reminds us of a Japanese cherry blossom! Use this pallet along with ashy, naturally coffee woods, to finish off this rustic autumn look.
3. Bringing back color theory
We know that green and orange are complementary colors. By pairing tangerine and fern- you've got the perfect fall wedding color pallet! This pallet can go one of two ways. You can match the colors with white for a modern look, or light beige for a more traditional twist. Can you imagine your groom in a nice beige tux with a pop of tangerine on his boutonniere? Fall weddings don't always have to be so dark, and these complementary colors do just the trick!
4. Dusty Cedar
Meet Dusty Cedar, aka the new blush! This soft berry color is all the rave and was named one of Pantone's Fall 2016 colors. We're loving this romantic hue of cranberry. It can be paired with neutrals like beige and grey for a more muted look or paired with jet black for a little more drama.
5. Farm to Table
Ok now this might not necessarily be a color pallet, however, if you can't already tell, we are obsessed with fresh fruit infused wedding decor! From figs to berries, citrus to apples, you can really work your favorite fruits into your bouquet or centerpieces for a more organic farm to table look. Just be sure that buffet line moves fast or else your centerpieces may be gone ;)
What are your favorite fall trends that you're looking forward to? Comment and let us know what you think!
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