White And Slate Wedding Inspiration
We have a very interesting color-scheme to present you here today, and that is the white and slate color-scheme. This theme is more than one could expect to see in a wedding, meaning that it is very original and highly attractive. Those who want something special and one of a kind for their wedding should definitely opt for something similar. The décor is the most important thing a couple has to plan for the wedding. And in this context, the colors play a very significant role, if not the essential one.
The mood, the tone, the vibe and the style of the wedding, all these will be established by the nuances you choose. And choosing the right color means taking into consideration the principal factors of your wedding: the season, the venue and the formality. The color-schemes are so powerful that they can event set the style of the wedding. Designers today are so ingenious and visionary that they can transform any type of color-mix into a magnificent theme for a wedding. They can take any plain and static nuances – as white is, and turn it into a fascinating color. And they manage to do that by pairing it with a more appealing and interesting hue, such as slate. White forms a strikingly beautiful couple with the dark vibrancy of slate, creating a whimsically elegant effect around
And we’ve brought a few relevant pictures where you can see what beautiful things can be done with this color palette. The dramatic hues and the bold contrasts are in big vogue for weddings and this theme is exactly what you need. If you wish for something purely trendy and original, don’t hesitate opting or taking into consideration this theme. The fiery tones with a metallic hue are the ones that set the trends for whimsy or cold season weddings.
The pretty pairing we’re showing here is definitely the ultimate vogue in matters of contrasts. Delicate yet masculine, soft yet sophisticated, dramatic yet refined, this theme is ideal for those who don’t want to use the pure black in their wedding. The white and slate theme can be interpreted as the younger sister of the white and black classic themes.
The table centerpiece we’re presenting in the first image looks divine and breathtaking. The florists and designers who worked for this project used lots of ruffled blooms in these sublime shades: cymbidium orchids, scabiosa and cucurma. The arrangement is beautified with rich succulents, olive leaves, lamb’s ears and air plants. The bouquet is finished with a slate satin ribbon. The black vase adds even more drama and magnificence to this heavy arrangement.
For the wedding outfits, you can study the second picture. The bridesmaids can wear grayish gowns and the bride can dress up in a soft ivory lace-tulle gown. The bridesmaid dresses, from left are created by Amsale, Diane von Furstenberg, Joanna August and Sarah Seven. The bride’s dress is a Monique Lhuillier design.
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