Copper, Slate, and Ivory

Copper is the new gold. This underrated metal has hung out on the sidelines for too long. With a sleek and modern, yet timeless 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 modern wedding twist, or aged copper giving it all a more vintage feel. Either way, Moscow mules are basically a must. 

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.

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.


Camp Grounds Wedding Inspiration

Do you and your spouse-to-be share a love for the outdoors? A woodsy outdoor wedding may just be the perfect theme for your special day. Find a beautiful clearing for the reception, and the details will come naturally. Try sticking with a natural brown and a little green to keep the camping feel. We are loving the birch-style wedding cake, which adds to the overall natural feel. If you are an outdoor adventurer, putting this wedding together will be a breeze.

Love in the Desert

A quiet, dusty landscape paired with the soft pink and ivory hues, simply gorgeous stationery, and texture galore are all you need for a romantic desert wedding. Add in some deep greens found naturally in cacti and succulents, and you've begun to build your desert dreamland.

An All White Wedding

Cake, florals, bridesmaids – all shades of white and ivory are oh so classy. Add some green and gray to the mix for dimension and a neutral partnership. If you’re looking to do black-and-white invitations, using brown envelopes can the invitations pop.

Married in the Metropolis

If you live in a city, like the big apple, you eat, sleep and breathe NYC. So why not use the city that never sleeps as the backdrop for your big day? An urban themed wedding is perfect for those of you who are in love with the beauty of your urban stomping grounds. Keep colors neutral such as grays, gray-blues, and browns will keep the city-vibe alive.

A Garden Gathering


A garden wedding needs a garden venue. Walled city gardens, greenhouses, overgrown farms, all of these can set the scene for your natural affair. From there, it isn't too hard to convey the theme: keep your colors neutral with browns, greens, yellows, and other earthy hues. Wedding favors, like wildflower seeds or little planters are a cute personal touch. When choosing a bouquet, look for cascading greens to enhance the garden look.