Trending-Dark Romance Moody Hues for Fall & Winter Wedding Color Ideas
Moody color often reminds people of something foreboding or mysterious, but when they are used for a wedding, they become elegant, rich, and mesmerizing. What I love most about moody hues is that wow factor when you combine rich and deep shades like blacks, charcoals, bold reds, deep burgundy, vibrant oranges and fall greens, with some sweet, soft peach, mauves and pinks. Keep reading to get some trending dark moody wedding color inspiration below.
1. Warm Shades of Fall: Burgundy, Orange, Rose Pink and Brown
This color combo has autumn written all over it. It makes you crave cider and pumpkin pie by just looking at it and it makes you long for the cool crisp air in the mornings and the fallen leaves that gather at your feet. It is so rich and elegant and visually interesting to boot!
2.Wine. Blush & Dark Grey
This color combination can work at any time of year, so it is always a winner. The blush is necessary to help the wine really stand out and the dark grey is a good balance to support these red/pink tones. Support your florals with a variety of greenery to help add to the luxury.
3. Black and Foil
Black longs for metallics and whether it’s gold, silver, rose gold, copper, or bronze, that little bit of shimmer and shine goes a long way. You know the saying…black goes with everything and that is no lie! It’s classic and it will always be a classic so this is one choice that will never appear dated years down the road.
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4. Plum, Mauve and Blush
Yes, yes, and yes is what this color combo should really be called! This combination allows a lot of freedom because all of the shades from light to dark are complimentary and so you don’t have to limit yourself to just one. In fact, the less “matchy-matchy” you are with this, the better it will look.
Photo Credits:via June Bug Weddings/via /invitation from Elegant Wedding Invites/
5. Dusty Blue and Copper
Copper is Silver’s sophisticated cousin! It works SOOO well with Dusty Blue because of it’s subtle shine. Copper is a sophisticated and bold choice and how you can use it in your wedding is almost unlimited. It’s a fresh and modern approach to dress up Dusty Blue.
via Flickr/via 100 Layer Cake
6. Blush and Black
Photo Credits:via Dessy/via June Bug Weddings/blush gold invitation from EWI/
To be Continued…