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Ombré Blues: Wedding Inspiration You'll Love!

Ombré is one of the hottest color trends for weddings and it's consistently growing in popularity. This styling technique can easily be incorporated into your wedding day theme  And here's how!

The simple concept of playing with color tones can make a dramatic statement and complements both modern and romantic wedding aesthetics. Go with a bold and bright, punchy color palette or you can opt for a softer approach.

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Definition of Ombré: Colors or tones that blend into one another — for example, you'll often see this technique used in fabrics where dye colors fade in a graduated fashion from light to dark.

 Ombré Blues: Wedding Inspiration You'll Love! 
 Ombré Blues: Wedding Inspiration You'll Love!  Ombré Blues: Wedding Inspiration You'll Love!

Here's a few of my favorite ways to incorporate ombré into your party styling.
  1. Ombré floral design  » Create a gradient effect by blending florals together.
  2. Ombré wedding cake » Why not opt for an ombré cake? Each tier could be a different shade!
  3. Ombré bridesmaid dresses » Each dress could be a different shade within one color umbrella. For instance, blue, light blue, dusty teal, mint...
  4. Ombré stationery suite » A lot of watercolor styles offer a natural ombré effect!

 Ombré Blues: Wedding Inspiration You'll Love!

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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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