Neutral tones – beiges, creams, blushes and browns – are classic colours that stand the test of time. With the right textures and details, neutral décor can come across as opulent and elegant, without being overwhelmingly in-your-face.
When planning a neutral theme, try to pick one extra colour that adds a bit of a pop (like this styled shoot, with the rusty orange colour). It will give your wedding look a little punch of excitement.
And the great thing about neutrals is that by pairing other accessories and details you can change the mood of your wedding. Dark complements give off a moody vibe, where as lighter shades can create romance and femininity.
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Planning & design: CK & Co. Events
Photography: Alexa Studios
Florals: Calluna & Co.
Stationery & signage: Wild Muse Weddings
Cake & dessert table: Bliss Creations
Makeup: Ashley Geddes Makeup Artistry
Hair: Jacqueline Pheonix
Venue: Storehouse 408
Dress: Valentina Bridals
Model: Jillian Wang
Neon sign: Part Luxe
Ribbon: The Maple Den