Candlelight and fur photo by Pretties & Posies, bride and groom photo by Paper Antler Photography via Style Me Pretty, shadow box photo by Amy & Stuart , Located at Big Daddy’s Antiques via Hey Wedding Lady
For today’s board I went back to the classic green and gold! Or rather, a deep forest green with plenty of golden candlelight. I love the almost rustic feel this colour combination has – the beautiful, bountiful jewel tone of the green with all its hues paired with plenty of glittering, glimmering golden candlelight.
Lie branches of pine down the centre of the table dotted with masses of tea light candles. Use the bare wood of the table and simple white or taupe linens.
Bride photo by Greg Finck via Hochzeitguide, door photo from House Beautiful, milk carton printable from Paper Crave.
I’m not the biggest fan of red, but at Christmas? I go all out! I think white and poppy red is one of my favourite colour palettes, for the festive season. It’s warm and cosy and not too over done.
Keep the base of everything white – linens, paper, decorations and add bright pops of red with ribbons, juicy berry tarts, Christmas baubles and red lips.
Ornaments on tray by Janis Nicolay from Country Living, Invitation photo by Josh Gruetzmacher Photography via Style Me Pretty, shoe photo by Arielle Doneson Photography from Elizabeth Anne Designs
I love this Christmas colour palette of champagne and silver. It’s a little softer and less typical than the usual silver and gold.
The champagne, a softer, more milky hue adds a warm and sense of vintage glam, while silver, always a classic Christmas colour brings out the sparkle. I love the idea of these colours decorating a white table linen, or for something more natural- completely bare wood.