By Lauren Saylor of A Fabulous Fete
Is it really already September? And you know what that means, we are moving away from the super bright palettes to more saturated and fall inspired tones. Now, i’m not a huge fan of the brown and gold that comes to mind when we think fall. Not all color should be thrown in the trash once we get to the cooler months. I think we can still play with color, but use more saturated tones, and definitely skip the neon. With that said, here is one of my favorite color palettes for fall, forest green and pink. I love that the green is very mellow and grounding, but you can still have fun with the pops of pink.
1. This centerpiece is a beautiful way to show off the fruits still lingering from summer, but add those darker tones to your table. Image by Jose Villa.
2. Dress your bridesmaids in the darker color as you don’t want that popping out like a bright summer dress would, but give them a punch of color with contrasting pink bouquets. Image by Katie Cassidy Photography via Style Me Pretty
3. Stick with your color palette even when you are getting ready! Loving this fun robe in the same colors and playful pattern. Image by Jessica Lorren Photography.
4. I did it with my wedding, and I always suggest other ladies do it on their big day. Use various shades of your color palette so it doesn’t look so matchy matchy like the bride did here with a light pink shoe. Image by Jessica Lorren Photography.
5. Invitations are the first things you guests see. Set the tone and add color before they even get to the suite. Image via Love, Jenna.
6. Get your man in on the fun as well by dressing him in one of the pink hues. Image via Green Wedding Shoes.
8. If you are having a casual wedding, considering these fun shoes for the groom would add a playful pop. Image via Ssense.
9. and 10. Paper goods are one of the easiest ways to find your desired colors. You can get just about any hue you need from many sources on the internet. Find your perfect palette and send off to your calligrapher to add the personal touches like menus and place cards. Image by Katie Cassidy Photography via Style Me Pretty1 COMMENT