Metallic threads woven into wedding gowns, gold sequined table runners, and glamourous sparkling bridesmaids looks are taking over bridal magazines everywhere. Using metallics instead of specific colors is an easy way to take any wedding to a higher level of class, and it can turn any room into a fantastic soiree.
Emerald and Ivory
Green isn't often seen as the most flattering color, but this season is changing all that. Deep emerald greens are taking over the drab olive tones of bridesmaid's nightmares, and to tone down the green's boldness, contrasting it with ivory and hints of gold is a popular route. Ivory and green makes floral arrangements easy (and inexpensive) and the whole look gives off a sophisticated flair.
Gone are the days of "fall wedding" meaning "orange and brown." This season's brides are swapping orange tones for pomegranate, raspberry, and plum shades. From flowers to bridesmaids dresses, from berry-stained lips to the groom's tuxedo, everything these days is screaming Bordeaux.
For the couple who has been on a journey, near or far, this is the perfect theme. Using suitcases as centerpieces, luggage tags as escort cards/favors, and vintage maps as decor, guests will be able to travel with you into your new married life!
Mint, Peach, and Gold
This color trend has been popular the past few years during the spring and summer, but this season's brides are expanding the color scheme into the fall. By adding deeper oranges to the peach and gold, a touch of fall is easily intermixed into the scheme, and the mint keeps the spirit light and fun.
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