Color Story - Metallics

There are few things as r0mantic as adding a metallic overtone to the colors of your wedding. It isn’t always the first option you might think of, but when you see the stunning element it can bring, you might just wonder how you could ever do without them. 

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Mercury Glass

For the softer pallets, consider using candle holders or vases made of mercury glass that hold a shimmer of color in various pastels. Whatever tones you are using for your day, find them in this unique silver/gold glass and add a touch to your centerpieces that will be sure to draw the eye of every one of your guests.  

Black and Gold

Nothing says “classy” or “sophisticated” like a black and gold reception. From the groomsmen’s apparel to your centerpieces, there are endless ways to display this classic duo. Add in touches of white and get ready to party A-list style. Everyone will feel at the top of their game when they are invited in to this stylish engagement. 

Starry Night

gold and navy table setting

Romantic. Breath-taking. Absolutely timeless. For the star-lovers out there with an appreciation for Van Gogh, orchestrate your day with stunning golds and blues to give a feel for the love that found us in the artist that wandered the streets of Provence. A bold statement, for sure; but one to be remembered. Beauty is revealed by candlelight, and nothing can bring this more to life than an evening wedding that runs into the night…and the dreamers out there who come to life with the stars. 

Antique

If your vision for your wedding is more rustic than bling and shine, consider adding in coppers or metals that are more muted with a vintage touch. Old cigar boxes, metal keys and candle-holders. Anything that has that old world feel with a classic touch of elegance. You will be surprised how much depth it brings to every element you set in place, especially when contrasted with dramatic white flowers.