Dark and moody palettes are a chic and dramatic option for fall weddings. Rich tones, like burgundy, fig and sapphire create a dramatically beautiful look. If you’re looking for something a bit different than the customary wedding colors, look no further than this breathtaking styled wedding shoot coordinated by Courtney from High Society Event Planning.
This truly romantic palette, with burgundy blooms, smoky fig details and touches of pink, is definitely on the moodier side of romantic. These color selections are a refreshing change, and the richness they offer is perfect for an Autumn affair.
Rich and Lush
Everywhere you look there are details that passionately call for your attention. From the lush floral to the luxurious textured tablecloths and even the opulent seating. The tablescapes are a mix of glamorous mirrored tables layered with distressed metallic table runners and plush dove gray velvet fully draped table linen. This variation creates visual intrigue when you walk into the room.
The Right Amount of Blush
Pinks have been trending for a while now, and it’s not that we don’t like these rosy tones, we’re just so happy to see this color incorporated in more robust combinations. Paired with merlot, fig and sage green, blush looks far more stylish than simply paired with a neutral.
Mixing metals is a long-established trend in the event and design world that many couples have embraced when designing their wedding. This look skillfully mixes rose gold and silver in a number of finishes, and adds unexpected touches of black onyx in the flatware. Playing with this concept even further, mirrored tables, velvet table linen and textured metallic table runners are varied from table to table. Shantung table linen mimic the tone of the mirrored table, in a more matte finish. We love mixing finishes to give an event more visual dimension.