Burnt Orange And Mustard Yellow Wedding Theme
Burnt Orange And Mustard Yellow Wedding Inspiration
Choosing the ideal wedding colour scheme for your big day can be incredibly tricky; it needs to fit in with your season, reflect your personality and look gorgeous. We’ve found a wonderful colour palette that will bring guaranteed sunshine to your wedding day, and it works perfectly for Autumn. We’re talking about a burnt orange and mustard yellow wedding theme. Keep reading to find out more about this delightful duo…
You don’t want to overdo it with a mustard orange and burnt yellow wedding theme, so it’s best to use it in the smaller details and add little pops of colour to your wedding décor. Incorporate it into your bridal outfit with a yellow and orange flower crown, a tasteful mustard yellow cardigan or even bright wedding heels! And for your groom-to-be? A mustard yellow or burnt orange buttonhole and bow-tie will complete his look perfectly.
Your bouquet is bound to look bright and cheerful. Mix in with lots of white flowers and some wild greenery for a very natural ‘garden-inspired’ look. Add a rustic feel to your Autumn wedding by using lots of wooden elements throughout the day. Wooden tables and chairs, wooden cake stand and even wooden ceremony arches will look fab with this colour scheme. Both orange and yellow will go hand in hand with rustic wooden details.
A gorgeous orange and yellow wedding colour combination works beautifully for Autumn, particularly if you work in lots of gold, bronze and copper tones throughout your décor. Love this colour scheme but planning a Summery celebration? Don’t fret, you can easily make it perfect for Spring and Summer too! Just add lots some hot pinks and teal shades and you’ve got yourself a lovely bright colour theme.
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