Match your groom
You and your groom don’t have to be wearing a purple dress and a grey suit to coordinate with your wedding colors. Take a note from our style board – this bride and groom have gone subtle with the colors. The blushing bride is rocking a deep purple shade of heels, while the groom is sporting the same color tie with a dapper grey suit to coordinate. And you may not be able to see, but he’s wearing some styling purple checkered socks.
Go purple with your wedding invitations by sending your guests this Awesome Love – Purple Shimmer – Foil Invitation. This invitation allows you to yell your love to the rooftops, but, on paper of course. The deep purple pairs beautifully with the shimmering silvery grey text, adhering to your wedding color palette perfectly.
As for your bridesmaid’s dresses, you have a decision to make – do you want them to sport a purple or grey ensemble? Whichever shade you choose is going to look stunning on the girls. If you prefer, consider letting them choose their own unique style gown while sticking to a shade that you have picked out. Your bridal party will still look coordinated, but their personalities will be able to shine through. If they’ve chosen grey dresses, pair the ensemble with purple bouquets. If they have opted for purple gowns, think about using a more neutral bloom.
Whether you choose a tiered cake or a plate of decorative, iced cookies, it’s easy to inject some color into your desserts. Keep your cake neutral colored, with plenty of texture and top it off with a purple-colored bow. For a plate of cupcakes or cookies, pair a white icing with a purple plate.
For your floral centerpieces, don’t be afraid to venture from one shade of purple. Combining a variety of dark and light shades help you to stick to your color palate while still injecting some variety into your reception decor.
Do you have any more ideas on how to incorporate these beautiful hues into your wedding? Share your thoughts with us!