On a Saturday night, you could go a couple of ways: Linger over a not-too-oaky chardonnay at your go-to restaurant or hit the clubs, chilled Cosmo in hand. Picking a wedding palette presents a similar dilemma. Do you opt for elegant, can't-go-wrong neutrals? Or do it up Lilly Pulitzer-style with lots of fun, sun-bright shades? A combo like taupe and fuchsia lets you have a little of both.
Cameos have enchanted rulers (and rabble) for thousands of years -- and today, the carved silhouettes are back on trend. We show how to incorporate both the tokens and the shell-pink color often associated with them into your wedding. And since pink on its own can feel overly sentimental (even to a bride), we've paired it with a jolt of chic black.
America fell in love with blushing pink and gold during the 1940s and 1950s. The palette, which is making a comeback, suggested both the romance and glamour of Hollywood, hinted at a playful femininity, and came to represent fine couture, days at the beach and on boardwalks, and lighthearted sophistication.
Right before dusk, in a display that is as majestic as it is momentary, skies turn the perfect shade of lilac. Mauve and pink combine with the softest of blues for a hue as enchanting as its namesake blossom. Deep, dark browns accent lilac beautifully, showing off its warm tones and providing a rich background.
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