{Under the Tree Tops}: Green, Latte, Chocolate Brown & Ivory

{Light Green, Latte, Chocolate Brown & Ivory}

Light green paired with latte, chocolate brown and ivory really does make for a pretty palette. It's soft and romantic, yet not overly done. This palette has a natural look to it. Nothing too bold or flashy. I think that this palette would be great for an outdoor setting. Somewhere out in the country or even by a body of water would be perfect. I imagined all sorts of ideas when it came to these colors! I absolutely love the idea of mint juleps in mason jars, don't you? Oh, and what about those great outfits for those groomsmen? I love the vest and tie look. Definitely creates more of a casual vibe when you take the guys out of the traditional tuxedo, wouldn't you agree?

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Bridal Style & Mint Juleps in Mason Jars

So how are you feeling about this elegant look? I have to admit, I L-O-V-E it. There is something so relaxed about this palette. It's a casual elegance really. Any brides-to-be out there who are considering this palette? Or maybe you're thinking about using a green as your primary color? Do tell.

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Chrissy Arpie Ott

Chrissy Arpie Ott is the founder of The Perfect Palette. Since its launch in 2008, The Perfect Palette has been the go-to color resource for couples who dream of a unique, creative and colorful wedding day.

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9 Comments " {Under the Tree Tops}: Green, Latte, Chocolate Brown & Ivory "

Pili September 26, 2010

Those are so lovely ideas!

Ok Now What Bride September 27, 2010

Love how this can work for spring, summer, and possibly fall! And mint juleps sound so refreshing!

Starry Night Design Studio September 28, 2010

So pretty!

badgley mischka wedding shoes September 29, 2010

I never thought at this angle before, that latte matches so well with light green. But after seeing the combination used in your pictures, I feel it was a great idea.

Hannah Marie

very nice!


super pretty! i love this palette.

Ella B.


Claire October 02, 2010

Love the idea of mint juleps in mason jars. A wonderful palette of colors.


Any way to make this work for a fall wedding in a vineyard? It's killing me that I can't have soft dusky pink without clashing with my surroundings! --nutmeg37

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