One of the big wedding trends we are seeing this year is the ombré and watercolour palette effect.
We are completely in love with the subtle but elegant look the vibrant colours bring. From soft-washed cakes to dipped invitations, watercolour wedding ideas of all kinds have been popping up and grabbing our attention and there is no denying that there are plenty of ways to incorporate this beautiful paint look into your wedding day.
You can use the watercolour wedding trend to add whimsical and energising pops of bright colour, or to add a softer, more airy vibe. Either way, watercolour decor at your wedding sets the perfect mood for love and we can picture this marvellous trend in our stunning garden Pergola!
One of the first choices that many brides make is the attire.The colour palette for bridesmaids’ dresses can inspire the look for the entire wedding! Have them all pick out the same style of dress in a variety of colours or variations on the same hue for a subtle wave of colour. Whatever your taste, you can tailor this watercolour look in different ways to suit your unique style.
You could even consider a wedding dress with a hint of pale pastel or even a coloured dress. This ombré wedding gown makes a stunning statement! This sleek gown with hot pink accents is a chic choice for a modern bride.
Invitations set guests’ expectations of your wedding theme. Incorporate watercolour in your wedding colour palette for a truly unique invite!
A watercolour wedding cake is an edible work of art that can be customized to your colour palette. These beautiful cakes can serve as a centrepiece in our wonderful dining room, throughout your reception until it is time to cut the cake for a fantastic photo op!
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You can choose to take even a simple element for the decor and apply it to your big day like these beautifully subtle watercolour napkin. This look is so easily achieved simply by taking a white linen napkin and dip dying.
Share your ideas and watercolour weddings with us!