Marsala & Pewter – Beach Wedding Inspiration in an Elegant Colour Palette
I have such a beautifully elegant inspiration board for you today – it could easily become one of my all time favourites! When we think of a beach wedding we all too quickly think of shades of blue, or nautical brights. Well, today I wanted to show you that the unconventional choice can make for a breathtaking alternative!…..
1 ~ Wedding Dress ~ Vivian Luk Atelier Photography ~ Alea Lovely via Burnetts Boards , 2 ~ Parisian Moments on Etsy, 3 ~ Calligraphy ~ Jenna Blazevich Photography ~ Kyle John Photography via Hochzeitsguide, 4 ~ Lani Elias Fine Art Photography via OnceWed
Elegant and chic, this colour palette is simple but guaranteed to wow! It’s all about the soft neutrals of the beach and Pantone’s deep rich colour of the year for 2015 Marsala, complimented by splashes of pewter and just a hint of blush. And inspired by that stunning Vivian Luk Atelier wedding dress, today’s board is brimming with rugged beach beauty. Make the most of your chosen venue, and save a few pennies, with some ceremony and tablescape decor from your surroundings – I’m thinking a flower adorned driftwood aisle as well as shells & stones in your table centrepieces. Whilst beach weddings inevitably have a relaxed air about them, this doesn’t mean you can’t add some opulence, and softness, to your celebration with swathes of fabric on the backs of your ceremony chairs, silverware tied with silk ribbons in Marsala, and textured details that echo the waves like ruffles on your dress and your wedding cake.
Wedding Stationery ~ Rachel May Photography via Magnolia Rouge, Lamps & Pearl Necklace ~ Alea Lovely via Burnetts Boards, Calligraphy Knives ~ Taylor Lord via Ruffled, Engagement Ring ~ Tec Petaja, Wedding Cake ~ The Scootabaker photography by Jose Villa, Ceremony Chair ~ Paula McManus Photography via 100 Layer Cake, Wedding Cake Servers ~Lani Elias via Magnolia Rouge, Bridal Bouquet ~ Joy Proctor Design Photography Kurt Boomer Photo via SMP
If you’re worried about the weather, or simply don’t fancy a reception on the beach, choose a venue with a sea view and bring the outside in with your decor. And what about the Groom? Well, if you go with a blush gown, a traditional tux would look dreamy! Or if you go with the more traditional ivory, he can wear something a little more summery, like perhaps a dark grey or even a more casual sand. This wedding colour palette shows you don’t need blue skies and sunshine for a beautiful beach wedding!
For more wedding inspiration boards featuring rich jewel tones like Marsala take a look at this elegant outdoor wedding inspiration, or if you’re looking for more beach wedding ideas you might want to take a peek at this dreamy board in shades of blue and sea glass and this opulent blue & bronze board. Or for other colour palettes perfect for a vintage wedding, whatever the venue, just head here.