Macrame & Blossoms

A color packed wedding palette can be hard to pull off, but we’ve found the secret to success. Bring pieces from the garden to your wedding venue with technicolored flower pots, flowy garland, and soft blush hues. Keep the background a clean slate, white is our go-to, but you could try any muted color. Serve up some sweet summer cocktails decorated with tiny edible flower petals and sip away in a dreamy patch of sunshine.

Periwinkle & Sky

Envelop yourself in your royal cloak (or wedding dress) and get ready for a grand entrance in front of your guests. Take a traditional rich purple shade for a spin around the rose garden to give it a more whimsical feel. By incorporating baby pinks, creamy whites, and sky blues into the mix, you’ll create a dreamy atmosphere that will leave your guests wondering what fairyland they’ve wandered into. 

Cornflower & Creme

Earth, air, and water are the basis of this toned down spring palette. Baby blues, pale greens, and shades of beige take a cue from the natural elements and make a subtle statement. Draw in dainty floral accents and simple colors to showcase your minimalistic wedding. These colors work seamlessly into a quaint beachside ceremony or even an intimate backyard garden party. Complete the look with naturally textured hair and simple accessories. 

Hibiscus & Kiwi

Skip the long plane ride to Hawaii and throw your own tropical wedding a little closer to home. Bring in pops of pink and plenty of leafy green accents to start embracing those honeymoon vibes earlier. Don't keep all the fun to yourself, incorporate authentic accents into your groom's own look with a vibrant green lei and subtle pink tie. Give your guests a taste of island life with these acai berry infused cocktails. You two won't be the only one planning a trip after this night!

Strawberry & Jade

Strawberries are notorious for their sweet flavor, but what about the equally sweet shades they bring to the table? Let your day be full of all things inspired by this romantic hue: rose covered archways, sparkling berry cocktails, and sugar-coated treats are just a few of the ways you can bring this darling color pallet to life. Pour yourself a glass of rose and start planning!

Denim & Dust

Through thick and thin, through denim and dust. These airy hues become more grounded once incorporated into your wedding day decor through earthy elements. Reach for a distressed denim jacket once it cools down and watch these iridescent crystal accents glisten against the moonlight. A mineral infused table setting take center stage while leafy green cake decorations reach towards the sky. See your wedding come together with the perfect balance of down-to-earth and dreamy.

Lavender, Evergreen & Gold

Lavender has an "old world feel," which we love. It brings not just color, but scent and texture to your wedding palette. Fold in shades of green to accent its natural beauty while elements of gold make it feel sophiscated and timeless. Things like lavender champagne and lavender desserts are direct ways to bring the theme to life, and folding bits of lavender into boutonnieres and the wedding bouquet will also wash the day in a sense of calm. 

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Champagne with lavender | Lavender & olive branch cake | Beautiful bride | Lavender stationery with gold wax seal | Lavender  & thistle boutonnieres 

Shades of Pink & Copper

We are loving the unique qualities of a metallic copper mixed into your wedding palette. Pair with shades of soft pink for feminine feels. Copper flatware and candlesticks tucked into hand-dyed blush runners, and mauve roses galore, the look is super romantic. Style copper into your hairpiece and you've threaded the theme right through. 


Hairpiece Flatware & Dishes | Candlesticks | Rose Gold Bistro Lights | Bouquet