When you're styling the wedding, have a trick from an inside decorator. Interior designers often select a color palette of neutrals since it gives an ideal backdrop. They then add pops of color with accessories like cushions, curtains, and rugs.
You can have a leaf out of their book when you are creating the wedding colors and judge nudes and neutrals.
"Hmm" it may seem. "But neutrals - aren't they just a little dull and unadventurous?"
Well hardly. What you need to do is think about neutrals like a base that you can be as subtle or as attention-grabbing as you would like.
Just here and find out how the real bride Johanna B styled her day in neutrals with Dessy frocks ...
"I wanted my bridesmaids a neutral color with a few sparkles so I customized these bridesmaid dresses, deciding on the topaz color with oyster lace overlay. This made the flowers POP! My MOH sports the strapless Dessy 2865. And that's my bridesman standing around!" - Johanna B.
That's a genuine wedding that's beautiful and memorable.
The trick is by using poped of color with neutrals.
Here, the bride to be, Johanna has chosen colorful bouquets on her maids to include a feature. You could follow her lead, or choose colorful shoes for the bridesmaids (or they may be in metallics of bronze, silver, or gold).
There are lots of different shades of neutrals to select from - plus they all merge well together. Here are some colors to become thinking about.
It's an ideal example of whenever you don't have to choose only one color but could opt for several. And that enables you to select hues which will suit your individual rose gold bridesmaid dresses and hair coloring.
Add color accents with shoes, clutch bags, perhaps a pashmina, and hair accessories. Diamante and rhinestones often fully trust neutrals, so consider shoes and bags with sparkly detail.
This color theme works year-round - spring, summer, and winter - possibly not autumn a lot. But that's another story ...