This palette is all about rich, saturated hues – inspired by the bold print of the dress…
One of the few things that naturally gets more and more beautiful with age is a rustic patina finish.
The shades of blues and greens all running into one another make for a lovely feel of old-world charm.
This patina look can be incorporated into a wedding in so many pretty and unexpected ways. Enjoy!
row 1: Teal Door by Alicia Stormer via Pinterest | Basia Zarzycka Dress via Wedding Magazine UK
row 2: Glowing Aqua Chalcedony Necklace by Lea Marie Designs via Etsy | Spider Queen Key Necklace by Umbrella Laboratory via Etsy
row 3: Real Texas Wedding Bouquet via Southern Weddings
row 4: Chair via Desire to Inspire | Vintage Doorknob via More Than Just Vintage
What better way to frame your nuptials than with a beautiful archway? If you are getting married outside or somewhere without an altar already in place, an archway is a great way to add some flair to your ceremony backdrop. Or, keep it simple and let you and your new husband be the focus. Either way, a gorgeous archway is a great addition to any ceremony.
row 1: Dave Getzschman of Ben Chrisman Photographers via Style Me Pretty | Jillian Mitchell via Project Wedding
row 2: Joan Allen via Junebug Weddings | Three Lights Photography via Elizabeth Anne Designs
I’ve lost count of how many doors have inspired my color palettes, but isn’t this one a beauty? I’m especially loving the warm dahlia and terra cotta colors together…