Welcome to the weekend, lovelies.
I hope you've got a wonderful one ahead of you.
(Forget cake pops and pie pops, 2013 is all about the macaron pop!)
Take it away, Rose:
Inspired by my love of mixing gold and silver tones with super pale elegant washes of colour.
I love the way flashes of gold can turn delicate pale washes into a really elegant classy and expensive look. It is a great way to create a classic soft dreamy look without feeling princessy or pastel sweet.
Images from top left: Elizabeth Messina via Kiss The Groom | Beata English via Bridal Musings | Maloman Photographers via Maharani Weddings | Pasha Belman via Southern Weddings | Marianne Taylor Photography | Jessica Claire via Inspired By This | Kortnee Kate via Courtenay Lambert
To recreate this look at your wedding:
~ Pick one or two colour accents but keep them soft.
~ Try and use whites / cream / ivories as your backdrops for linens etc. and don’t be afraid to mix and layer white tones.
~ Stick to palest tonal flowers – ruffley, layered, fit to burst petal styles work best with this look: peonies, roses, stocks and even carnations for a cheaper option.
~ Don’t be afraid to mix gold and silver accents. This really pulls the look together and makes it feel expensive.
Thanks to Rose of Rose and Ruby Paper Co for inspiring us all with this dreamy moodboard and her chic wedding styling ideas.
Did you see last week's wedding inspiration? Emerald never looked so elegant!
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