Trending-10 Gorgeous Wedding Colors for Fine Art Brides
We know fine art wedding photography is extremely popular recently. But fine art is much more than a style of photography, it is also a trendy wedding style/theme that more and more brides are falling in love with. Fine art style is classic and traditional, sophisticated yet modern, ethereal and above all intentional. It is great for a couple that truly appreciates well curated events that have high style, are nature inspired, and have an artistic vision. I put together some popular fine art wedding inspiration boards for you to get the idea clearly. Enjoy!
1.Burgundy, Blush and Dark Grey
Moody. Mysterious. Enchanting. If these words speak to you, then this is the color palette for you. And you may be thinking isn’t that a little “dark” for a day filled with love? And the answer is no…it’s magical and can be done so beautifully, just like these pictures!
2. Blush pink and Light Grey
You may be thinking, “Wait a minute…hasn’t this color combo been done before?” And you’re right, it has, but this time it is done with such sophistication that it has fine art written all over it. Think Degas paintings, and this color palette comes to life!
3.Navy and Copper Gold
Artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir uses a LOT of blue tones in his paintings and you can find a lot of inspiration by looking at his work. And not sticking with one shade of blue will also make this feel more artistic. The metallic touch instantly elevates it because it is a METALLIC, not a bling, and that is a huge defining factor in an artistic feel.
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4. Greenery Minimal Style
The key here is minimal. Use a light neutral (think white or ivory) for the majority of things and just a little touch of greenery to make the space feel special and noticed. Intentionally placed décor is the key to pull this look off successfully.
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5. Peach and Orange
These two colors compliment each other so well naturally, that it’s no wonder they look amazing together. And don’t be afraid to go for it by using actual oranges, clementines, tangerines, and peaches in your décor. It is unexpected and what gives it that fine art feel.
6. Dusty Rose and Organic
Dusty rose is so feminine, but because of the dusty tone, it’s also way more sophisticated than blush. You color options are endless when it comes to flowers, attire, and linens, so use this color choice to your advantage!
7. Ivory and Dog Wood Neutral Colors
Lots of neutrals paired with Dogwood branches and blooms just naturally feels “artsy”. It is an elevated look from an all greenery wedding and don’t be afraid to add it little pops of color here and there to really make it feel like your own.
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8. Light Blue
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. Using this mantra as you plan will help you get the fine art feel you are going for on your big day. Blues look beautiful on everyone so it is a smart choice for attire, too! Don’t be afraid to challenge this color, for example, the dusty gray on blueberries will look stunning when dropped in with champagne for your cocktail hour! Nature is here to help!