It’s cold here in Atlanta this week! Thinking of winter weddings and modern style, I wanted to put a board together to celebrate ivory tones. Featuring one color as you choose your palette can add modern style, simplicity, and beauty to any wedding. Choosing a color like ivory can allow for other details to stand out beautifully – especially if you are already in a picturesque setting. I hope you get inspired by my board and think about all the possibilities of using ivory to accentuate your day. Enjoy!
left column: Wedding photo by Elizabeth Messina via Style Me Pretty | Wedding dress photo pinned here | Embroidered Lace and Appliqued Wedding Cake via Martha Stewart Weddings
right column: Mycenaean Dress via BHLDN | Double sheer silk flowers head piece via Twigs and Honey | Flower detail shot by Tec Petaja
This first palette of the new year features Tangerine Tango, Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2012. I don’t know about you, but I’m loving this bright, bold hue!
Row 1: Anve via the Style Files | Fashion Salade
Row 2: Alix + Charlie
Row 3: Ali Harper Photography via Style Me Pretty | unknown via Pinterest | BHG
Earlier this week, I received an email from one of our lovely readers who recently got engaged and is need of a little color inspiration for her Scottsdale, Arizona wedding. She loved this ‘Pinqued My Pinterest’ post and wants a similar palette for her wedding but her fiance is not a fan of pinks, peaches, corals or any colors that lean towards the feminine.
Well, Devon, I’ve put together a palette for you which I hope both you and your fiance will like! The touches of coral in the Desert Chic board are a really pretty accent but they definitely have a feminine feel. Here, I’m sticking to neutrals and shades of blue and green to create a similar look that’s still chic, soft and pretty. Perfect for a desert wedding, I think!
row 1: koray birand via this is glamorous pinned here | Kate Harrison via The Bride’s Guide
row 2: Anastasia Vodkova via Flickr | Emerald City Ring pinned here