The watercolor wash on this ombre table number is lovely in shades of blue. Perfect for a beach or nautical event, this ombre wedding detail can also be easily spotted as your guests look for their assigned table.
This spectacular floral backdrop was created with an array of different flowers (including roses, carnations, mums, and lilies) peeking out from tufts of moss. An ombre wedding detail like this one is great for a wedding in need of one great statement piece. Use it at the ceremony and afterwards as a luxurious photobooth alternative.
Greet your guests at the door with a stunning signature cocktail. This ombre champagne cocktail in sunset hues features bright pink sugar along the flute's rim and zesty grapefruit flavor.
Ombre takes a modern spin with this minimalist seating chart. The clever use of ombre on the simple calligraphy cards could be altered for a wedding of any size.
Muted ombre details are certainly gorgeous, but lately we've been loving ombre in more vibrant shades. This green and blue wedding invite features a bright splash of ombre front and center.
But if you prefer your ombre subtle, look for small-scale ways to use it. Have your bakery paint your macarons with ombre shading or select flowers that are tipped along the petals' edges (such as with these ranunculus).
It doesn't really get more glam than this ombre balloon arch dripping with fringe and flowers. Definitely a more-is-more detail, you could have your wedding planner create something similar with any color palette, from pale to dark (we actually think this would be stunning in ombre grayscale).
This barely-there ombre wedding dress features a light dusting of pale blush along the hemline. You can find something ombre to fit any wedding theme. This gown would be beautiful on a vintage bride.
When wedding planning, you drink wine. Turn an embarrassing number of empty wine bottles into a piece of decor for your wedding. With white and red wine corks used to create a heart, this ombre wedding detail would be a pretty way to welcome guests to a vineyard event.
In technicolor shades of hot pink and tangerine, this impressive wedding cake decorated with tropical details would be a fitting way to end a luau-themed wedding.