Steal her Style: Peach, Grey and Metallic Wedding Inspiration
If you loved Lisa & Chris’ pretty pastel wedding, listen up! We’re showing you how you can pull off this wedding theme. From delicious peach hues to chic metallic details, we really have fallen head over heels in love with this delightful wedding colour scheme.
Lisa, bride and owner of Paperknots, created her own wedding stationery. She opted for a soft grey-blue colour palette with a handful of peach, rose gold and antique metallic hues.
Metallic weddings are taking the world of weddings by storm, and is it any wonder that brides are falling for these delicious delights? We adore this yummy wedding cake created by Elle Jane Cakes.
To recreate Lisa’s wedding flowers, opt for lots of wild foliage and greenery such as Eucalyptus and trailing Ivy. Work in a few soft peach blooms for a feminine touch and a subtle pop of colour. Why not wrap a silk peach or grey ribbon around the stems of your bouquet? You can also use greenery garlands to adorn your seating plan or wedding signage with.
Work metallic details into your wedding décor. From gilded cutlery, plates and candle holders, using metallic decorations will effortless give your wedding day a dash of modern luxe.
When it comes to create your wedding centrepieces and venue decoration, metallic vases, terrariums and candlesticks look both chic and feminine. You can fill rose gold and copper terrariums with tea lights, wild greenery or pillow-soft peach blooms – the choice is yours!
Rose gold and copper cutlery will give your wedding place settings a modern vibe that’s still incredibly feminine. Why not tie them with a delicate cream, pink or peach ribbon for an extra pretty touch?
Give your wedding the wow factor with a statement backdrop. You can use balloons, ribbon garlands or tassels as a backdrop for your ceremony space, dessert table or as a background for your photographs.
Have a nosey at Lisa and Chris’ wedding here for more inspiration…
Image Credits: Image 1 – Polly & Me and Ed Brown Photography / Image 2 – Stationery by Paperknots / Image 3 – Elle Jane Cakes and Matt Horan Photography / Image 4 – Wild Thyme Floristry and Humpston & Bull Photography / Image 5 – The Wedding of my Dreams / Image 6 – Mad Philomena / Image 7 – The Vintage House That Could / Image 8 – Polly & Me and Ed Brown Photography