Google+ Gia Graham Color Palette: Mustard, White, Charcoal and Black - Southern Weddings

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Every Monday our team leaps for joy when we get Gia, from {betsywhite}, latest post to place in the blog.  This week was no exception. Of course, colors like mustard and charcoal might sound a bit like an outdoor barbecue but Gia shows us that it can be a splendid choice for an outdoor wedding.  We can’t get enough of her creativity. If you haven’t checked out Gia’s color palette posts: I, II, III and IV make sure to for more wedding inspiration!

From Gia: I envision a modern wedding working well with this palette…an event with clean lines and a laid back elegant style.

The bride and bridesmaids:
The bridesmaids could wear really mustard-colored dresses while the bride wears a really simple gown. Unique bouquets with unexpected elements would make for an interesting focal point.
The groom and groomsmen: The men could capture this idea of ‘laid back elegance’ with a cool mix of black suits, converse and cufflinks.
Accents and Details: In keeping with a very modern aesthetic, the décor on tabletops would be minimal. Food stations could be set up with stacks of square white plates, rows of bottled water and soda in coordinating colors and ‘cool looking’ foods like sushi to add to the modern style.

image sources: Row 1 {Anna Kuperberg} Row 2 {Gwen Wedding Invitation} by {betsywhite Stationery}, {Anna Kuperberg}, {Belathee} via {Style Me Pretty} Row 3 {Anna Kuperberg}, {Tina Rupp} Row 4 {J.Crew}, {Myrtle and Marjoram} via {Style Me Pretty}, {Victor Sizemore}

Written with love by Southern Weddings
  1. avatar Molly reply

    so pretty, this one!!!

  2. avatar Jennifer reply

    Wow, love these colors! So sophisticated. The swatch treatment looks pretty similar to 100 Layer Cake’s inspiration boards! Love that treatment.

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