November 8, 2010

Sleigh Bells Ring: A Palette of Cranberry & Taupe

November 8, 2010

{Cranberry & Taupe}

As Winter approaches, I start to imagine all kinds of beautiful ways to have a Winter wedding! Winter is a special time where family & friends get together to celebrate all that is good! And so what better time to get married than during the holidays? There is already that magical feeling in the air. I absolutely love all the beautiful colors that you can use for Winter weddings. Cranberry and taupe really is pretty, I think. The cranberry gives you that burst of rich and vibrant color, while the taupe acts as a neutral which makes for a timeless, rustic, romantic look. For this palette, I used all kinds of fun ideas! 

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One I'm really loving is serving up red velvet cake in lieu of the traditional wedding cake! Oh, and who does not love the idea of a horse drawn sleigh for a reception send off? Check out all the holiday palettes I put together last year! I put together one palette for each day in December! So how are you feeling about this cranberry palette? Do you love this wintery palette? I happen to think it's a great alternative to the winter palettes you tend to see overused nowadays. Plus, who isn't loving the beautiful texture that this palette has? Anyone getting married this upcoming Winter? What colors are you using? Tell me all about it.

12 comments:

Katie said...

Gorgeous!!

Panda said...

Pretty!!!

LifestyleBohemia said...

This is such a festive & elegant combination - love it!
xx

Ella B. said...

love this palette.

Hannah W. said...

omg, i'm in love.

My Dream Ring said...

Love it! Oh so pretty!

WedScout said...

Beautiful! Perfect for a winter wedding.

Emma Elsinger said...

LOVE!!!

bella said...

this is my fave.

Ava H. said...

love it.

NJoy Event Planning said...

Love these! Winter/holiday weddings are so great.

Bridal Gowns said...

In addition to planning, however, the romance should not be neglected.

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