102 – Neutral Wedding Colors

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Neutral Wedding Colors – Episode #102

What is a neutral color?

Neutral colors include hues like beige, black, gray, ivory, taupe and white. Neutral usually means without color, but these hues sometimes have faint undertones of blue, gold, peach, pink, tan and yellow.

Neutral colors do not show up on the color wheel. People in fashion, decorating and other professions that use colors prominently refer to neutral colors as earth tones. These colors have a flexibility and visual balance that works in a number of settings. They also have a classic, subtle feel in rooms, clothing, and furniture that also make use of bolder and more vibrant colors in their designs.

Neutral wedding colors can be achieved in a lot of ways.  It doesn't just mean cream and tan! The key to a neutral palette is to be subtle.  Combine it with sparkle or metallics.

  • Pink and Olive
  • Ivory and Greenery
  • Grey and Organics
  • Silver and Golds
  • Light Grey, Blush and pale green
  • Gold and Lilac
  • River rock color palette- muted grays, browns, blacks

The use of natural elements and textures give your neutral wedding some depth and dimension.

  • Branches
  • Rocks

Natural fabrics

  • Cotton
  • Silk
  • Linen
  • Wool
  • Cashmere
  • Hemp
  • Jute

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Neutral Wedding Colors - Episode #102
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Neutral Wedding Colors - Episode #102
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Neutral colors include hues like beige, black, gray, ivory, taupe and white. Neutral usually means without color, but these hues sometimes have faint undertones of blue, gold, peach, pink, tan and yellow. Neutral colors do not show up on the color wheel. People in fashion, decorating and other professions that use colors prominently refer to neutral colors as earth tones. These colors have a flexibility and visual balance that works in a number of settings. They also have a classic, subtle feel in rooms, clothing, and furniture that also make use of bolder and more vibrant colors in their designs. Neutral wedding colors can be achieved in a lot of ways. It doesn't just mean cream and tan! The key to a neutral palette is to be subtle. Combine it with sparkle or metallics.
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