Adding a little warmth to the season with today’s soft palette in fawn brown and blush with hints of harvest gold! Ivory, cream, taupe, and gray tend to get the most play when it comes to picking a neutral palette, and I’ll be honest, I don’t tend to gravitate towards brown when it comes to choosing colors. Brown usually pops into my boards as a background color – a vintage farm table, a rustic barn wall, parquet flooring – with brighter colors set over it. I think it’s about time that brown is recognized as a lovely hue all its own!
There’s something comforting about the softness of fawn brown in particular. The shade adds warmth, perfect for a winter wedding. Pairing it with blush accents adds romance – Café au lait dahlias mingling with pink roses in wooden vessels, tissue paper tassels in tone on tone neutral shades swagged across the cake table, parchment paper inked with the menu courses or a thank you to guests at each place setting. Hints of harvest gold from sunny flowers and amber glassware adds warmth and light to the palette for a sweet, relaxed winter wedding!
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PHOTO CREDITS –
Wild Blush Bouquet – Photography by Leighanne Herr Photography, Styling by Ginny Au, Floral Design by Tinge Floral via Junebug Weddings | Love Letters and Vintage Earrings – Photography by Taylor Lord Photography via Style Me Pretty | Tissue Tassel Garland by Your Cloud Parade | Bridesmaids in Blush and Neutrals – Photography by Marissa Moss Photography via Style Me Pretty | Fawn, Blush, and Gold Place Setting – Photography by Kayla Barker Photography, Design by Laurie Arons, Florals Design by Ariella Chezar Design via Kayla’s Blog | Suede T-Strap Heels – Photography by Birds of a Feather, Shoes by Gucci via Style Me Pretty | Sideboard Decor – Photography by Elizabeth Messina Photography via Grey Likes Weddings