Start with the Invitation
Introduce the color theme to your guests starting with the invitation. These organic patterns are anything but plain yet have an understated elegance and are nicely accented with gold foil.
A Muted Bouquet
Neutral doesn't mean just off-white. The warm pink and beige tones of these blooms create a wonderful contrast to the white of the bride's dress for a rich and elegant look.
The Handsome Groom
Summer wedding grooms can help keep with the neutral palette by wearing a tan or beige suit. It's a lighter and more casual alternative to the black tuxedo, but he will look just as handsome in it!
Brides don't have to worry about their bridesmaids' dresses looking too similar to their own. As we can see, there are a range of options for neutral wedding colors that actually quite differ from white or ivory, yet complement the shade when side by side.
Prepare in Style
Help your photographer out and add some neutral décor to the area where you'll be preparing with your bridesmaids. Besides, you'll be on your feet all day, so take this chance to sit down on something beautiful and comfortable.
Tie it Together
Though these shoes are missing laces, you can still use them to tie together the wedding's neutral shades. Luckily, nude is in right now, so brides shouldn't have trouble finding the perfect pair for the job.
Too Pretty to Eat
When the cake looks this good, it's almost a shame to cut into it. Go as traditional or as modern as you like with the design, because the neutral colors will be perfect for anything you choose.
Set with Style
Elegant and so wedding perfect, this tablescape is simply dreamy. There's nothing loud or bold about it, giving a delicate and pretty look that most brides will envy.
Center of Attention
Thankfully there are a lot of flowers which bloom in neutral shades of light pink, cream, or beige. You should have no trouble assembling gorgeous floral centerpieces any time of the year.
With all the close ups on your new wedding band and the bridal bouquet, you can't forget to paint your nails! This neutral color is all the rage right now, and will go perfectly with your neutral wedding palette.
In addition to a formal seating area, why not give the guests a place to unwind and have some intimate conversations in a more comfortable setting? This gorgeous reception lounge will be crowded as soon as the guests arrive — we assure you!