This week, we’re focusing on monochromatic color palettes. Exploring different hues of one color can produce a beautiful and cohesive wedding. Fuchsia is one shade that’s big among brides right now. You can use this as your base color and then coordinate it with variations of pink for bold and bright nuptials. I’ve got some fuchsia inspiration for you right here:
This Rock Star – Fuchsia wedding invitation blends various shades of pinks and oranges to produce a background that resembles a warm sunset. The motif of your big day – love – is printed at the top of the stationery in bold white letters. The watercolor backdrop is also accompanied by glitter to give the entire card a special sparkle.
Satisfy the sweet tooth of all your guests with a gorgeous plate of macaro ns. These petite and delicate treats are perfect for a dessert table and can be tasty favors for your loved ones to take home. And the best part about macaroo ns is that they can be baked in virtually any color of the rainbow, making it easy to stick to your monochromatic palette. Coordinate your macar oons with an ombre-tiered cake, starting in a dark shade of fuchsia and gradually blending into a blush hue with each tier. Top off your dessert with a pretty pink banner reading “I do, me too” like the one in our style board.
Coordinate your bridesmaids’ fuchsia dresses with blush-colored headpieces. Whether it’s a barrette, a headband or a flower, a headpiece is a great way to dress up their locks and incorporate a bit of color into their ensemble. Don’t forget about your flower girl either! Place a headband with a big blush bow or flower attached.
Introduce splashes of pink onto your reception tables with colored dinnerware and glassware, but don’t stop there. Place bright fuchsia and blush roses in mason jars to coordinate with your plates, cups and glasses. You could add a bit of greenery to your blooms to make the colors stand out, then place them in a metallic gold vase for a touch of luxury.
Send off your guests with something special as a way to thank them for celebrating with you and your new spouse. Place salt water taffy, coffee beans, m&ms or other treats in one of these pink favor boxes, which blend fuchsia and blush for a beautiful monochromatic blend of hues.
How would you blend fuchsia and blush at your wedding? Share your thoughts with us!