The holidays are filled with endless amounts of ornaments… and I wish I could buy them all.. but this year my Christmas tree features reds and turquoise balls. Nothing too fancy. When I saw this pretty little horsey ornament, I knew I wanted to do something with it.
Oh course, it didnt fit in my current holiday decorations, but I loved the colors and decided to make an moodboard instead. Theres no limit when it comes to colors for a wedding palette. As long as you use them wisely. So my inspiration board features 5 colors, blush pink, purples, beiges, olive greens, and turquoise/teals.
These colors remind me of some romantic paris infused wedding. With the not so obvious effiel tower but lots of glittery elements such as brooches, and colored diamond rings… to a soft palette for a bouquet, but yet having a bold olive green satin ribbon as cake decoration.
Images: Cake: Consumed by Cake , Table Setting: JM Flora , Invitation: Mika78 , Place Cards: Victor Sizemore, Veil: Jennifer Behr , Bridesmaid Dress: Dessy , Colorful Rings: Lauren K , Miniature Desserts: Petit Plats , Wedding Dress: Vera Wang , Bouquet: JM Flora , Shoes: JCrew
This is not a typical wedding inspiration board, but I think it still works.
What do you think? How many colors is considered too many for a palette?