Just about everything…
will be covered in a neutral cream tone. Why? Because a color as vibrant as copper can become overpowering. The hope when pairing these two colors is that cream will become a neutral foundation allowing the copper elements to shine beautifully like little treasures throughout your ceremony and reception.
Have you seen foil wedding invitations?
We’ve chosen the Whimsical Rose wedding invitation by David Tutera with rose gold foil accents because it complements this look beautifully! Foil wedding invitations have really hit the wedding scene this year and there is no doubt as to why. Foil design elements capture attention like nothing else can. What better way to showcase a unique sense of style than with something a little flashy (but not trashy).
Flowers of the hour…
You’ll notice that the majority of the flowers shown are cream. This is perfect for two reasons: there is an abundance of flowers available in various shades of cream, which makes creating your desired look much easier and, in some cases, much more affordable. Reason number two is that cream again lays the foundation for other colors to shine. Although you’re not likely to find copper flowers, you can choose hues that complement copper nicely. The shades of brown and pink shown here are perfect.
And finally for the fun part!
We simply can’t get over the bride and bridesmaids sporting copper sequin apparel! What a great way to throw a unique twist of style into your wedding day. One might worry about the dazzling apparel overpowering these lovely ladies but with copper being a darker, less distracting tone, it actually works quite well. Kudos to this bride for her fashion-forward vision!
Photo Credit: Cocktail Glasses: weddingomania, Bride and Groom: Marianne Wilson Photography via Style Me Pretty, Table Décor: weddbook, Bridesmaids: Jarvie Studios via Wedding Party, Bouquet: Urth Studio via Style Me Pretty, Cake: Brides