If you’re searching for the next big wedding colour scheme, look no further! We’ve found a captivating colour that practically overflows with romance, but also has plenty of rustic charm. This soft wedding colour is perfect for couples who are looking for something which lends itself to romance. Take a look at the ideas below to start planning your delicate dusty rose wedding day.
1). Table Decor
Let your dusty rose theme flow through the decor of your wedding breakfast like Samantha and Sam An easy way to incorporate the colour scheme into your table decor is by simply adding an understated table runner. Dusty rose looks particularly great when paired with greenery and foliage, so we recommend using plants as your centrepieces to compliment the romantic colours.
Another thing that makes dusty rose such a wonderful wedding colour scheme is that it looks amazing on everybody! This flattering shade of rose is a great option for your bridesmaid dresses, especially when paired with matching pink-toned florals like at Joanna and Mathew’s wedding.
When it comes to flowers, it’s difficult to imagine a colour scheme more perfect than this! Speak to your florist about your theme and they will advise you on what flowers will work best, and create floral arrangements to decorate your venue.
4). Venue Decor
For your venue decor, feel free to get as creative as you’d like with this gorgeous wedding colour scheme. Whether you use fancy floral arrangements or extravagant draped rose fabrics, there are plenty of ways to transform your venue into a dusty rose daydream like Jade and Chris.
The wedding cake is a fabulous way to experiment with your colour scheme. Simply add a splash of red food colouring to your icing to achieve this seriously Pinterest-worthy look or opt for a naked wedding cake adorned with beautiful rose decorations.
What better way is there to set the tone of your wedding day than with some stunning dusty rose wedding invitations? Make sure your colour scheme runs throughout your wedding stationery, including invitations, save the dates and place names!