Chic, Mauve, and Dusty Pink

The chic yet soft and calming look of a mauve and dusty pinks palette is a gorgeous way to add subtle color that isn't completely neutral and also brings a pop of brightness to your magical day. Shades of mauve and pink colors with gray undertones complement white and leafy greens. This lovely look can be paired with any decor that fits your personality. From filling mason jars to complementing desert cactus, mauve can tie together anything that speaks to you. But, no matter what, our hearts will forever skip a beat over the oh so magical Mrs. Box.

Botanical Garden Greens and Marble Gold

A beautiful oasis of flowers, trees, and greenery is the perfect setting for a wedding ceremony and celebration. A botanical garden and greenhouse venue is filled with natural decor that is effortlessly exquisite. With all of the plants that give the area many gorgeous greens, adding marble and gold decor is subtle but will tie everything together giving a decadent and flawless finish.

California Boho with Pops of Rustic Red

A boho wedding should give off an adventurous and eclectic mix of artistic gypsy-like colors and decorations. For a California-type boho wedding, we are loving the mix of rustic shades of red and green to contrast airy whites and beige bases. Having many floral elements will add to the boho feel, while the minimalist look of clear chairs and plates will vibe a California lifestyle. Don’t be afraid to mix multiple different flowers together! As long as you stick with a rustic color scheme, you can never have enough fresh floral decor.

Love You to the Moon and Back

Nothing is more romantic than a starry night sky, and using this beautiful inspiration for your wedding theme is absolutely magical. Combining shimmery silvers and grays with light and navy blues while contrasting with whites and pops of gold creates a dreamy night scene. Using soft twinkle lights and other tiny bursts of light will give a starry effect that you’ll wait to aim for. A sparkler send-off can help to create a twinkly-star feel and also give you some one-of-a-kind photographed memories.

Anemone, Green, and Pops of Pink

When you use a gorgeous flower as the main theme to your color palette, nothing can go wrong. We adore the contrast of deep blue and white in an anemone, unique yet elegant. To complement this flower, light greens take the look to the next level. Pops of pink add color and brightness to the scene. And, if you are lucky enough to have a cute flower girl or two, use their dresses as a part of the pretty pink pop!




Lavender, Gray, and Powder Blue

If you want color without a loud pop, a lavender, gray, and powder blue pallet may be a perfect scheme for the big day. Soft gray and powder blue are “colorful neutrals” that bring class and color to a traditional white wedding. Using a lavender accent will not only smell amazing but bring a soft touch to the scene – and we are loving the idea of throwing lavender instead of rice! Talk about the perfect photo op.


Made for the Mountains

When using a color pallet inspired by the beauty of nature, especially the Colorado mountains, nothing can go wrong. Combining the soft purples of succulents with gray-blues from the distance and accents from terra-cotta potted centerpieces will bring your effortlessly natural wedding together. The most beautiful aspect of a Colorado wedding is the ability to let the simplicity of nature take over as your most decadent decor.

Simple in Sage

As a color that represents protection and healing, sage is a beautiful shade of green that flawlessly enhances gorgeous white laces and gold accents. For a simple and elegant color scheme, we are loving this sublime look. It is even said that sage brings good luck and energy!

See more sage wedding ideas on our Pinterest board!