One of the first question questions you might ask yourself when planning your wedding is what colour theme you want for your day, but something that I think is overlooked when brides-to-be are making this decision is muted tones.  Yes vibrant colours are very effective, but pale shades or pink, purple, green, blue or nude tones can be equally as effective.

So, with this in mind, today I have some muted inspiration for you to demonstrate how a more reserved palette might look on your day:

The Fashion

Clockwise from top left:

♥ Wedding Dress {Dress: Modest Couture by Elizabeth, Photography: Tonya Peterson, via: Elizabeth Anne Designs}

♥ Muted Grey Bridesmaid Dresses {Dresses: Dessy, Photography: Jon Mold, via: Rock My Wedding}

♥ Nude bridesmaid dress and sandals {Dresses: Dessy, Shoes: Lanvin from Net a Porter, Photography: Sergerius-Bruce Photography, via: Rock My Wedding}

♥ Pale blue dresses {Photography: I Do Photography, via: Magnolia Rouge}

♥ Wedding Dress with sash {Dress: Phase 8, Photography: Taphouse Photography, via: Whimsical Wedding Wonderland}

The Décor

Clockwise from top left:

♥ Muted purple tablescape {Styling: Utah Events by Design, Flowers: chic design studio, Photography: Tonya Peterson, via: Elizabeth Anne Designs}

♥ Suitcase table plan {Photography: Robbins Photographic , via: Pocketful of Dreams}

♥ Marquee {Photography:  Louise Bjorling and Milda Vasile, via Boho Bride}

♥ Lanterns {Photography: Axio Photography}

♥ Chair décor {Photography: Victoria Canada Wedding and Events, via: Style Me Pretty}

The Details

Clockwise from top left:

♥ Buttercream cake {Photography: I Do Photography, via: Magnolia Rouge}

♥ Place names {Photography: He and She Photography, via: Love and Lavender}

♥ Stationary {Photography: Erin Johnson Photography, via: bridal musings}

♥ Muted purple whoopie pies and candles {Photography: Erin Johnson Photography , via: bridal musings}

♥ Grey napkin {Photography: 4eyesphotography, via: Style Me Pretty}

 

So, what do you think?  Are you in love with the muted tones?  I think that it allows room for more details because you’re not over-powered by a colour scheme.  That said, I still love bright colour pops!

Love, Aphrodite x

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