This year we are going back to basics and classic colors that have stood the test of time over and over again. They are color combinations that will certainly not offend anyone or be scowled upon by our own children in years to come. Here are some timeless neutral wedding palettes that can be used with ease and excitement.
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Neutral & Dusty Blue
Besides a great color combo for interior decoration, this twosome is a fab idea for weddings as well. It has a natural sophistication that looks calming, relaxed and luxurious. The great part about this duo is that you can change the neutral shade to fit in with your theme, from more peachy tones right through to earthy taupe.
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Neutral & Pale Mint
Earthy and refreshing, a color combo that is sure to make guests feel eco fab and tranquil. When it comes to choosing your neutral shades, go for white, beige, light gray and other chalky creams. This has been on the wedding circuit for some time now and has shown triumph in woodland and backdoor garden parties.
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Neutral & Peachy Pink
We love this beautiful warm earthy palette, it’s perfect for a formal or rustic party; this combo can be used for any style and all matters of weddings making it so easy to use. You can choose from a huge range of shades when it comes to your neutral darker and lighter shades will both work beautifully with peachy pink, just be sure to keep the palette warm and harmonizing.
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Neutral & Smokey Gray
Yes this is a color combo that we’d usually save for the eyes, but believe it or not this pair are really making quite a stir on the wedding front right now. Imagine a clever blend of soft pale roses and charcoal grey table-wear spread along your table to feast upon. The soft neutrals work dramatically with the darker shades to give you something rather enchanting.
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Neutral & Monochromatic Black
Similar to smokey gray, but this couple have the added benefit of more white and a chance to introduce some niche pattern in whatever way you wish. Have it as spots, chevron prints, random brush strokes, as long as neutral joins monochrome black and white, then we are onto a winner. When selecting a neutral shade keep it as light as possible, it could even be an off white to help water down the stark contrast of monochrome.
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