Just popping in to give you your daily dose of color! It's no secret that coral is hot, hot, hot right now in the world of weddings! And to me, it's pretty easy to see why. It's a great color because of it's vibrant undertones and it pairs really well with a wide range of other shades. Today I've paired it with these muted green tones and a touch of gray. And the result? A striking and unexpected look that would work for any season.
bouquet | photo by delbarr moradi photography floral design by shotgun floral studio via ruffled, champagne popsicles | ruemag, invitation suite | julie song ink, bow heels | martha stewart weddings
What I'm loving most is the softness of this silvery-gray dress and the way that these pretty pops of coral are peeking through the sage colored leaves. Such a beautiful contrast and one that can be easily duplicated. I'm no florist but it seems as though you could get this same look by incorporating some seeded eucalyptus and maybe some succulents. Perhaps some blush colored garden roses and some vibrant coral dahlias?
And this invitation suite? Can someone please pinch me, please? Because those are just too good to be true. Seriously. So tell me, are you liking the contrast you're seeing here? And if so, let me know how you'd make it yours?