Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Adding Unexpected Colour to a Winter Wedding

Having a winter wedding shouldn't mean that you have to stick to the same old colour palette of reds. greens, golds or grey. There's a whole spectrum of colours out there that are just begging to be worn during the winter months. 

We've paired our 1950's ivory embroidered tea length wedding dress with tones of royal blue and we've added flourishes of magenta and oranges with the flowers and make-up.

The overall look feels quite modern and edgy despite being a classic, original vintage dress. 

Photography by White Tea 
Dark rich colours in peacock shades, metallics, rich yellows and pinks, cool blues and ice whites will all work in cooler months. 
Don't forget that if you are using a very dark palette like aubergine, wine or browns to add a pop of contasting vivid colour to ensure the overall look isn't too sombre. Brightening up your accessories and florals is a great way to do this! 

Image by Dan O'Day via Hello May

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