Pantone has released their Fall 2014 Color Report, and we are pleased to bring you new on-trend wedding inspiration. We’re starting off with a focus on Aluminum, a neutral stainless steel hue.
L to R: Wedding Paper Divas Soft Petals invite, Celebrated Scrolls, Bridesmaids, Cake, Rings, Boutonniere, Tablescape
Pantone Alloy is one of those timeless hues that pairs beautifully with a variety of colors. We opted for a classy, luxe look with neutral tones and a hint of shimmer.
L to R: Wedding Paper Divas Shattering Chevrons invitation, BHLDN Dress, Jimmy Choos, Groom, Cake, Tinsel Garland
An au natural look can be awe-inspiring when done well. If you’re going for an elegant, romantic feel for the big day, consider blush tones, soft smokey eyes and a glossy nude lip. Gorgeous!
If you love romantic shades of nude and blush pink, this week’s hue, Pantone Linen, will have you swooning. Soft and elegant, it would be a beautifully understated color for your entire wedding.
L to R: Wedding Paper Divas Curtain Call invitation, Gown, Cake, Shoes, Bouquet, Bottles
Set a romantic tone for your wedding right from the beginning. Opt for simply elegant wedding stationery in soft, dreamy neutrals and shades soaked in the sun.
L to R: Wedding Paper Divas Kraft Arrow invitation, Gifts, Plate, Cork, Flowers, Bridesmaids
For a simply chic rehearsal dinner, try a neutral color palette of white, ivory, and kraft paper brown. Combine casual, crafty elements with slightly dressed up accents for unexpected elegance.
L to R: Wedding Paper Divas Rose China invitation, Burlap Chair Tie, Doily Cupcake Wrappers, Kraft Paper Favors, White Floral Centerpiece, Macarons, Place Setting
Cream and beige hues offer a distinct, natural look, one that is often overlooked. Here are a few ideas on how to add these elegant, understated tones to your wedding for a style that is anything but vanilla.
Candy buffet and escort cards photos from In Style Weddings.