17 Chic and Timeless Ways to Use a Neutral Color Palette in Your Wedding
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17 Chic and Timeless Ways to Use a Neutral Color Palette in Your Wedding

When planning your wedding, it can be tough to decide whether to jump onto the latest wedding trends or opt for a more classic vibe. There are benefits to both, like whether or not your wedding photos will feel timeless when your grandkids see them. If a chic, classy vibe is more your style, opt for neutral colors in your stationery, flowers and bridesmaid dresses, and incorporate adaptable shades like ivory, beige, blush and light gray into your color palette. The result is anything but boring, and it’ll bring such a light, dreamy feel to any wedding. Scroll on for 17 ways to get chic, neutral wedding ideas for your big day!

1. Garland Decor: Don’t be afraid to go for darker neutrals at your wedding. This simple and clean combo of dark wood and rich greenery keep this setup looking young and fresh. (via Fete Nashville / Brightwood Photography)

2. Head Table Details: Laser cut signs are such a fun addition to decor. Little details like this keep up the grandeur without getting too flashy. (via Mon Amie Bridal Salon / Tiffany J Photography / Nicol Artistry)

3. Bridal Chic: Carry your neutral color palette into your attire. Whether you coordinate or complement, the neutral tones in your bouquet and jewelry will highlight your best moments in the photos, rather than detract from the true beauty of your special day: your love for each other. (Megan Burges / The Knot)

4. Boho Chic Beauties: Keep things neutral, natural and chic for your bridal party’s hair and makeup. Beachy hair, braided crowns and neutral-toned makeup will simultaneously lend a chic and relaxed vibe to your wedding day. (via Katirosado Photography / Green Wedding Shoes)

5. Bridal White: Who says only the bride can wear white? A bridal party decked out in all white photographs beautifully, and looks so clean and elegant! (via Joanna August / Vicki Grafton)

6. Tan Fashion: Shades of beige, ivory and blush make for a beautiful mismatched bridal party. This is a great way to complement your maids’ different skin tones. (via Azazie / Lieb Photography)

7. Natural Cakes: All a simple white cake needs to be taken to the next level is a gilded vintage base and a touch of greenery. No need for a cake to be flashy when it tastes so good. (via Sage Nines Event Production / Clark Brewer Photography)

8. Simple Elegance: To keep a neutral-colored bouquet from being too basic, incorporate different textures into the mix. Not only does this keep it luscious and voluminous, but it’ll be picture-perfect long after the day is over. (via Pink Bowtie Events / Photo Pink / Lindsey Rae Design)

9. Rustic Centerpiece: Woodsy elements are a match made in heaven for a neutral wedding. Between rustic wooden details, deep greens and creamy white florals, your guests will certainly be impressed. (via Oak & Honey Events / Suzuran Photography)

10. Ethereal Atmosphere: Neutral doesn’t have to be boring, especially when it comes to the ceremony altar. Transport your guests to an ethereal atmosphere with twinkling lights, luxe florals and antique rentals. (via D. Cantidio/ Adalberto Rodrigues)

11. Clean and Simple: Bring the simplicity and lightness of an outdoor wedding indoors, with a gorgeous green, ivory and gold palette. This look is the epitome of modern elegance! (via Whimsy Weddings / Merari Photography)

12. Lavish Picnic: Many people associate neutrals with rustic, but this lavish picnic goes way beyond. With luxurious, neutral floral and antique tabletop rentals, the perfect glam picnic can be created. (via Organic Elements / Half Full Photography)

13. Rosy Neutrals: Soft and rosy pinks are all the rage in the bridal world RN, and the trend isn’t going away anytime soon. These soft hues pack a punch in an effortless way! (via Nouveau Events / Libby McGowan Photography)

14. All White: White weddings are so dreamy and romantic. This is a palette that can be pulled off in any season. (via Kathi Littwin Photography)

15. Voluminous Bouquet: Ivory flowers seem to “melt” together to create full and beautiful arrangements. This a timeless look that you’ll swoon over for years to come. (via Inspired by This / J Anne Photography)

16. Metallic Touch: Spice up your table setting game with metallic flatware and charges. A copper charger will add contrast and dimension to your neutral-toned setting. (via Caroline Dutton Events / Rachel May Photography)

17. Neutral Rustic Vibe: Shades of gray are anything but drab. When paired with luscious greenery and wooden chargers, the perfect rustic combo is created. (via Modern Art Catering / For the Love of It / Hidden Garden Flowers)

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