Copper, Slate, and Ivory

Is copper the new gold? This beauteous underrated metal has been overlooked for too long. With a sleek and modern, yet old-fashioned look, a copper-, slate-, and ivory-themed wedding may be perfect for your big day. This new wedding color trend can go two ways: shiny new copper giving a new-age wedding look or aged copper giving a more vintage feel. Either way, Moscow mules are a must. 

Unique Metallic Jewelry

Bring some shine to your big day with metallic temporary tattoos. Flash Tattoos are a unique way to bring a boho spin to your day and accessorize alternatively. Use these tattoos in place of arm bands or in unique spots like behind your ear. The metallic glow will create the illusion of jewelry without the weight – or expense. If you are a beach or boho bride, this just may be the ticket. 

Lovely in Lace

If you are a bride looking for a modern fitted look with a vintage twist, this gorgeous all-lace dress from Essence of Australia is the perfect fit. Scalloped lace neckline, low back, and gorgeous beading are all beautiful details to this dress. Customize your dress by choosing between white, cafe, harvest, or ivory for the underdress and ribbon sash in your choice of orchid, blossom, black, natural bisque, malt, white, or topaz.   

Sandy, Salt Air, and White

Shades of seafoam green and ocean blue play nicely for a beach wedding theme. Shy away from the standard shells and starfish, but stay within the theme using oysters, sea glass, and worn ocean textures.  White contrasts beautifully with the colors of the sea, so including all-white florals and hair accessories will make you feel like the mermaid queen you’ve been dreaming about.

Watercolor and Gold Foil Wedding Invitations

Couldn’t you just stare at these gorgeous wedding invitations all day? Using real foil, these watercolor RSVPs are a combination of conservative and modern – surely to be appealing to your friends and your grandmother. The invitations come in cherry blossom, mint, granite, and agate. 

 

To Tulle, or not to Tulle

Not sure if you want a tulle or form-fitting dress? With this delicate embroidered gown by Madeline Gardner, you can have both. This dress is offered in both styles with an attachable tulle skirt if requested. Tulle or no tulle, the beaded and lace detail is absolutely delicious.

Bohemian Wedding Color Play

When textures of wood and lace meet flower crowns and pops of bold hues, the perfect boho wedding is born. Don’t be afraid to mix textures and patterns; as long as you keep your pops of bright color consistent throughout, your decor will emulate the playful bohemian grace you’re aiming for, and you’ll feel like a gypsy queen for the day.

 

Tropical Color Pop

If you’re holding your wedding at a tropical destination, a tropical wedding theme is a given. Adding a pop of color to your sunny day is perfect to create a lively setting on a calm, tropical beach. Complement tans, whites, and greens with splashes of bright and soft pink. This color combination looks tropical and stylish while standing out from other beach weddings.