pick a pretty palette

Folied Chocolate Hearts by Cocoapod make yummy favours

Choose a part of the colour spectrum and experiment by mixing up tones and shades for a bold and extra pretty wedding styling touch. Not everyone likes everything to match perfectly and more than anything, attempting it could be piling on a huge amount of unnecessary planning pressure.

You don’t have to stop at mixing up different shades of one colour to create a unique wedding look. For example, why not mix up combinations of blues, greens and everything in between? Using colour in this way is fun and can be applied to any specific wedding theme; from vintage to contemporary and beyond. I’ve curated a few collections to show you just how it can be done and just how beautiful the results can be.

Creative juices at the ready…

Greens and blues

Coloured Glass Sorbet Dishes by Sorbet Living

Pom Pom Set by Phillipson-Zoet

Set Of Three Glass Vases by Rose Grey Interiors and Paula Contemporary Wedding Invitations by Iris Art Designs

 

Pinks and purple

Moroccan Style Glass Lanterns by Fab and Funky

Retro Rose Gingham Bunting by Rosie Jo's

Top tip: Use flowers to mix up colours on your day

Esme Vintage Stationery Range by Octavia Plum

Clear Glass Vase by Lilac Coast and Victorian Posy Heart by The Apple Cottage Company

 

Citrus shades

Amelia Save The Date Invitation by Project Pretty

Fifties Style Vases by Berry Red

Coloured Bakers Twine by Papilio

Decorative Wooden Teapot by Grace and Favour Home and Citrus Slice Hand-carved Rubber Stamp by Skull and Cross Buns

 

Natural tones

Five Wooden Hearts by Letterfest

Itzy Bitzy Ditzy, Mini Vases by Shan Annabelle Valla

Porcelain Keys by Shan Annabelle Valla

Personalised White Linen Napkin by Big Stitch, Wedding Favour Pebble by Letterfest, Vintage Style Wedding Invitation by Solo Graphic Art and Taupe Votives Set by Idyll Home.

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