Guess what? We’ve got another style board for you! But this time, it reflects a color trend: mint! And we’re not talking about the breath mints (although those could be incorporated if you wish). Mint has become the wedding color of the moment. And once you take a look at our style board, you’ll find out why. This color coordinates so well with a variety of colors and works well for nuptials in virtually any season. Here are a few ways you can fit this cool color into your big day:

If you’re bold enough to stray from the traditional white wedding gown, you should consider slipping into a mint green design. There are beautiful gowns all over Pinterest for you to browse (and maybe convince you…although it won’t take much) that these colored dresses can be just as beautiful as a classically white ensemble. If you think you’re still going to stick with white, how about a pop of mint on your shoes? For a winter wedding, opt for mint heels, while a summer or spring wedding would allow a pair of fashion-forward wedges.

Add a pop of color to your dress with a gorgeous pair of mint chandelier earrings or a mint-colored necklace. We especially love the necklace on our style board which is surrounded by diamonds on a gold chain. You could also add a splash of mint with a sash around your dress, a headband in your hair or even some subtle eyeshadow!

Wedding Invitations
We have some perfect mint wedding invitations to encompass a mint-colored wedding. This Retro Blossoms wedding invitation contains not only mint, but other hues of green that work to complement each other and create a beautifully designed floral invite.

The groom
Whether you’re wearing a lot or a little mint, you’ll want the love of your life to match your ensemble. This will be easy with a mint colored tie or even a similarly colored bloom on the lapel. Just a single splash of this color will help the theme┬ácome together beautifully.

Sweet treats
Transforming your cake to fit this theme is a cinch. Search for inspiration, whether it’s in bridal magazines, on Pinterest or on TV and talk to your baker about the different ways in which you want the mint theme incorporated. You really can’t go wrong! Even if you don’t opt for a traditional tiered confection, you can still easily fit in the theme with cookies, cupcakes and more.

What do you think about this trendy mint theme? Do you love it as much as we do? Share your thoughts with us, we’d love to hear from you!