If you’re going with a traditional white dress, neutral colors pair well with the white, helping to bring together a look of coordination. And not all dresses have to be the same style or shade. In fact, brides are breaking the mold and having their bridesmaids rock a whole lot of varieties in different colors. From tan one-shouldered dresses to strapless lace neutral-toned gowns, you really can’t go wrong.
Send your guests invitations filled with simplicity and beauty. This Country Vines – Ecru – Featherpress Invitation incorporates an ecru-colored background with just a pop or neutral color in the text and in the vine border. The whole “less is more” idea really comes into play with this flawless invite.
A combination of light-colored flowers with mixed greenery gives off a rustic yet elegant feel. With the natural beauty of flowers, it’s easy to see that they don’t need much color in order to look perfect. Finish off the neutral wedding theme by wrapping a bunch of twine around the stem of your arrangement.
If you’re going to be walking down the aisle in a white dress, both you and your guests will know how much of an impact white can have. While it’s colorless, it still makes a bold statement. The same goes for your cake. Simplicity can go a long way. With textured lines around the tiered confection in our style board and topped with a pale pink rose on top, this sweet treat doesn’t need anything more.
Dress in neutrals from head to toe. Whether they’re strappy sandals with a sheer feminine touch or simple nude heels, anything you choose is sure to impress you, your guests and your spouse-to-be.
All you need for your reception to stay on theme is some ecru table linens paired with a darker toned chair. As you can see from our style board, there are no bright colors, but the reception still looks simple, elegant and classy.
Which part of our style board is your favorite? Are you going to incorporate neutrals into your big day? Share your thoughts with us!