Wedding colors create a common thread linking invitations and dresses to shoes, favors, and the wedding cake. We fell in love with the sophisticated palette of mint, peach, and gold—a trio worthy of a bride’s big day.
On Heather: Amsale gown ($300) at Garnish Boutique. Kendra Scott Nyla earrings ($95) at Bella Bridesmaid. Gold bangles ($6,615 each) at Radcliffe Jewelers. On Michael: Custom suit, shirt, and tie ($1,500) from Christopher Schafer Clothier. Boutonnière from Fleur de Lis Florist. On Christina: Amsale gown ($300) at Garnish Boutique. Earrings, model’s own. H. Stern Grupo Corpo cocktail ring ($5,600) at Radcliffe Jewelers. Mirror courtesy of Layla Grayce. Wedding cake from Charm City Cakes. Cake table linen from Table Toppers. Cake stand from Stephanie Bradshaw.
There are no rules when choosing a color palette. Pick hues that are fun and memorable or elegant and classic.
Invitation suite from Just Ink On Paper. Calligraphy by Trial By Cupcakes. Badgley Mischka Lelah frilly sandal in cream ($215) at The Little Shoebox. Ralph Lauren Broughton champagne flutes ($225/set) at Radcliffe Jewelers. Fashion sketch by Dani Wagner. Estate piece brooch in hair ($8,995) at Radcliffe Jewelers. Kendra Scott Nyla earrings ($95) at Bella Bridesmaid.
Matchy-matchy is not a bad thing when it’s done deliberately and subtly–like the shape and color of a bridesmaid dress and wedding cake.
On Eleanor: Jim Hjelm Occasions Blush Mikado Silk peplum dress ($220) at Bella Bridesmaid. Gold belt ($48) at J.Crew. Earrings ($5.80) at Forever 21. Vintage ice-cream bowls from Stephanie Bradshaw. Macaroons from the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore. “Sweet Treats” sign from Just Ink On Paper. Calligraphy by Trial by Cupcakes. Florals from Fleur de Lis Florist. Lucite Table Number (price available upon request) from Stephanie Bradshaw. Gold-beaded charger from Party Rental, Ltd. Fine china from Radcliffe Jewelers. Gold flatware and glassware from Stephanie Bradshaw. Napkin from Gala Cloths. Escort card and menu from Just Ink On Paper.