It’s easy to get in a rut when it comes to dreaming up color palettes for a chic winter wedding, but I think this combination of chilly frost blue and vibrant berry brings something fresh! Rich berry hues happen to be a personal favorite of mine, while such a pale blue adds an ethereal quality to the design.
One of my favorite design concepts to play with is adding in textural elements. A lace wedding dress with a velvet sash, natural linen table runners and napkins, fresh flowers on swirled buttercream, filmy chiffon over the sparkle of sequins – playing with texture adds gorgeous, camera-ready depth when it comes to working with lighter colors.
PHOTO GALLERY –
PHOTO CREDITS –
Velvet Wedding Dress Sash – Photography by MEGAN WELKER Photography via Grey Likes Weddings | Delicate Blue Wedding Stationery – Photography by Orange Photographie via Style Me Pretty | Bright Berry Shoes – Photography by The Loved Ones via Style Me Pretty | Emerald Cut Engagement Ring – Photography by Jose Villa via Once Wed | Vibrant Centerpiece – Photography by Joel Serrato, Floral Design by Flowerwild via Style Me Pretty | Floral Topped Buttercream Cake – Photography by Monika Gauthier Photography, Wedding Cake by Earth and Sugar via Wedding Chicks | Frost Blue Wedding Dress – Photography by Rhiahn Ramke Photography, Wedding Dress from The Babushka Ballerina via Polka Dot Bride
Love this combination of colors. Not necessarily something you’d think of, but perfect for winter!
These two colors go so well together. Very beautiful collection!
What a fab duo of colors for winter!
This is beautifully designed and such gorgeous colors!
This is one of my favorite color combos! I love grays that have that echo of blue, and the shade looks great with berry colors.
This is so perfectly designed!! Love it!
Gorgeous! Berry is so strikingly beautiful and it’s perfectly balanced with this pale blue!
Gah! The red berry colored shoes!
Beautiful as always Ariana!!
You’re so sweet – thank you, Storm!
Gorgeous combination. I love the subtle touches of berry with that frosty blue.