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Color Palettes

Dove, Fawn, Champagne and Chestnut

December 28, 2010

I have two palettes for your viewing pleasure this week – a little something to get you through the work week between holidays! Taking a cue from the weather reports (elsewhere at least) these palettes both feature a lot of white. Here’s the first: ‘White + Neutral’, or ‘Winter White’ if you will.

Tomorrow, I’ll share a bold, fun mix with white – guaranteed to warm you up!

– laura

Photo Credits:
row 1: Aaron Delesie via Green Wedding Shoes | Martha Stewart Weddings via Snippet & Ink | Net-A-Porter
row 2: Aaron Delesie via Style Me Pretty | Three Blondes and a Camera via Style Me Pretty
row 3: Cakes and Kisses via Style Me Pretty

Color Palettes

Cranberry, Taupe, White and Majollica

July 8, 2009

Since we just celebrated the 4th of July, I figured I would attempt an All-American palette. Here’s a little twist on the traditional red, white and blue…

4th of July wedding palette

Stationery Options:
Modern and classic: Love Logo #9 wedding invitation (in Navy ink on White paper)
Preppy: Love Logo #17 wedding invitation (in Navy ink on White paper)
Laid-back, casual: Joy Save The Date (in Crimson)

Photo Credits:
row 1: Brides UK, Rebecca Thuss, Martha Stewart
row 2: Sabine Scherer Photography, Marie Labbancz Photography
row 3: Brides.com

Color Palettes

Black, White and Camel

April 8, 2009

We’re taking a quick break from Photography Week for this week’s color palette…more photographer features to come tomorrow…

Adding Camel to black and white is a great way to add a bit of a modern twist to this always-elegant combination. This palette of neutral tones will never look outdated. It’s young, fresh and classic and would work well with just about any wedding style. In this case, we’re going for a preppy look.

The bride and bridesmaids: With this palette, there are many options for the bridesmaids: they can wear black, camel or ivory dresses. Simple white bouquets tied with black ribbon would work well against any of those dresses. The bride could wear a white or ivory gown with a bouquet in shades of white.

The groom and groomsmen: The groom could wear a Camel-colored suit with a white shirt and black tie. Perhaps the groomsmen could wear black sport coats with camel pants and white shirts, so they don’t look exactly like the groom.

Stationery Options: Our Love Logo #17 wedding invitation (printed in Black ink on White paper) is ideal for a modern, preppy wedding. The Sloan invitation (printed in Silver ink on Black paper) would also work well.

We also posted an extended version of this palette on the Southern Weddings blog…see it here.

Photo Credits:
row 1: J. CrewMartha Stewart
row 2: J. Crew, Cooper Carras, Jennifer Dery
row 3: Martha Stewart

Color Palettes

Mustard, White, Charcoal and Black

April 1, 2009

I envision a modern wedding working well with this palette…an event with clean lines and a laid back elegant style.

The bride and bridesmaids: The bridesmaids could wear really mustard-colored dresses while the bride wears a really simple gown. Unique bouquets with unexpected elements would make for an interesting focal point.

The groom and groomsmen:
The men could capture this idea of ‘laid back elegance’ with a cool mix of black suits, converse and cufflinks.

Stationery Options: The Gwen wedding invitation (printed in Slate ink on White paper, or even Silver ink on Black paper) would be a great option for a simple, modern wedding. The Katy save the date (in White/Curry) would also work really well with this style.

We also posted an extended version of this palette on the Southern Weddings blog…see it here.

Photo Credits:
row 1: Anna Kuperberg, Belathee via Style Me Pretty
row 2: Tina Rupp, Anna Kuperberg
row 3: Myrtle and Marjoram via Style Me Pretty