Blue, Silver & Grey wedding design
Updated: Nov 9, 2020
Are you trying to decide what wedding design to choose for your wedding? Or what color pallet you like the most? Every time when you open Pinterest or Instagram you see something new and are starting to rethink your original wedding décor? Designing a wedding is not a small job. Every single detail will contribute to your overall look. From the ceremony to the reception table, cake table, sweetheart table or even as little detail as wedding favors or table numbers counts.
Your color pallet will be one of the most important and first decisions you will make. Wedding planning should be enjoyable and bring the wedding couple together. I recommend sitting down with your partner over a glass of wine or tea and find one favorite color both of you like, then pair it with complementary colors. But I know it’s easier said than done. When I was choosing a color palette for this photo shoot I went with blue as my main color. As a complimentary color. I used white, silver, grey and touch of beige & blush. You might be thinking that beige doesn’t go with blue and silver but I used pampas grass in wedding arch décor and it actually come out great. Adding beige and blush in flowers creates a more natural look and it's not as strong as if I would have use it in fabric as napkins, draping's etc.
Over the past year a frame arch gained a lot of popularity. If you are planning a DIY wedding it’s very easy to create. I created it with my husband. Decoration on the other hand is a little harder. My original Idea was to use 2 arch arrangements. But after stepping back and looking at it I added draping and floor arrangement.
Dusty Miller is one of my favorite greenery. As a table arrangement I used dusty miller as my main flower and décor accented with a lot of candles. Blue charger brought the blue color into the table along with blue chairs. Farm Table give the touch of Provence.
Florist & Design Weddings By Kris
Photography : Misha Rockova Photography