Gold as a wedding color usually steals the show but not this time! Mulberry is the main attraction here with gold playing the supporting role. The two together set quite the scene for your wedding.
Mulberry is a deep shade of red or purple with an incredibly rich quality that makes it a very romantic choice for your wedding. Use this color wisely so as not to oversaturate the ceremony and reception venues. Introduce your wedding colors in the invitation, and make sure you choose something as beautiful as the color itself. The Foliage Frame Foil Wedding Invitation shown here is a wonderful combination of traditional charm and trend-setting style. We offer a magnificent variety of foil wedding invitations so you can find just the right fit for your wedding.
On the Contrary
Mulberry and gold provide a striking contrast you’re going to absolute adore when it comes to putting together your wedding decorations. The wedding cake shown here is a gorgeous example of how these colors play so nicely with each other. Choose another light color like cream or pale pink to work into your flowers. The bride’s bouquet is filled with light pinks and greens with a few very well placed touches of shimmering mulberry to make a dreamy combination.
What a complement!
Gold and mulberry are very complementary and the combination should be highlighted wherever you can. Bridesmaids in mulberry dresses and gold jewelry would look stunning, and simple details like the groom’s boutonniere with a few gold touches would be an impressive addition. The opportunities are endless when working with these two unforgettable colors.
Photo Credits: Reception Table: Stephanie Messick via Artfully Wed, Bridesmaids: Cly by Matthew via Chic Vintage Brides, Bouquet: Lauren Peele Photography via 100 Layer Cake, Cake: Ashley Cook Photography via Brenda’s Wedding Blog, Groom: via Bows ‘n Ties, Raspberry Tea: via Happy Wedd