Jewel toned wedding colors with dark plums, soft moss greens, and shimmery peaches feels so elegant and rich. One of our favorite trends for 2016 weddings so far. Mix colors and textures with mis-matched bridesmaid dresses, wooden tables covered in moss, and sweet touches of velvet and lace. We love these colors for an Autumn or Winter wedding. Use some more peaches and ivories for a spring or summer wedding. Accent your dark color palette with a touch of glittering gold to add to the elegance!
Jewel Toned Wedding palette how to’s:
Jewel Tone Wedding Invitations – For your wedding stationery mix vintage jewel tone florals, handwritten script fonts, along with a gold glitter envelope liner and moss ribbon. Set the tone for your jewel toned wedding theme with our Floral Boho wedding invitations.
Table Decor – Visit any thrift store and there’s sure to be a surplus of green tinted glassware. Or we love this set for starters from Lights & Decor. Some places even let you rent vintage glassware for the night! Mix and match with dark purple vases, gold brushed candle holders, and crimson red covered books for vintage inspired decor.
Flowers – Be bold. Focus on red and plum flowers for the bouquet, while adding texture with hanging florals and pops of ivory. Tie on an antique gold velvet ribbon for a super romantic touch.
Naked Wedding Cake – Lush raspberries, plum blackberries, and crimson strawberries are all naturally jewel-toned. Top off an elegant naked wedding cake with fresh fruit or florals for a stunning (and delicious!) wedding accent.
Romantic Bridesmaids Dress – A soft and silky sage bridesmaid dress flatters all different skin tones. Dress up with a ruby colored necklace or plum satin clutch.
Table Centerpiece via Singapore Brides | Nake Wedding Cake Photography by Crystal Stokes Photography, Wedding Cake designed by Sky’s The Limit! | Table Number via Ruffled Blog | Wedding Invitations by Beacon Lane
Floral Boho Wedding Invitations
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