Send out a rich chocolate-colored invitation with this Looking Sharp – Brown Shimmer card. A shiny gold border and elegantly written text is printed on this simple, yet breathtaking invite. The foil stamping makes your wording both pretty and easy to read. The color also sets the tone for the rest of your wedding decorations.
Not many people can resist chocolate cake (at least, I can’t). There are so many things you can do with a brown-frosted wedding cake. Cover it with plenty of fruit like strawberries and blueberries, or sprinkle it with more shavings of chocolate. After all, you can never have too much chocolate. You could also top your cake with a bouquet of flowers for a splash of color to contrast with the brown shade.
Instead of black patent leather shoes for your groom, have him try on a few pairs in a dark or light brown shade. Either hue can be dressed up or down for an elegant or more casual, laid back event. Pair his brown shoes with a handsome gray, navy or beige suit.
Brown is the perfect neutral shade for your bridesmaids to wear because they can pair it with a number of accessories. Bright bouquets of flowers will also stand out against this color dress.
Coordinate the dresses of your wedding party with a bit of brown in your own wedding bouquet. For a rustic spring or summer wedding, bare brown branches can be incorporated into your arrangement. If you’re saying “I do” in the winter months, incorporate nature’s beauty with some pinecones.
Try to find brown chairs for your reception tables. If you can’t, don’t worry – just dress them up by tying a bit of brown ribbon, tulle or burlap across the backs of the chairs.
Send your guests off with the color of the evening. Tiny brown favor boxes can be filled with whatever you would like. Opt for chocolate candies, an assortment of nuts or mints.
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