Trendy neutral palette, to what do we owe the honor? We see you quietly claiming your place among the more colorful florals of fall and winter, compelling us to admire you in your native glory. We’ve fallen for you—hard—and there’s no denying it.
A barely-there wedding palette is a palette that is full of texture. Because this scheme is muted, a bridal bouquet, for instance, can really explore different flower combinations. Succulents, palms, grasses, feathers and other natural elements fit right in, contributing to both the texture and the depth of a bouquet. We love a gathering of flowers where the “punch” of color comes from a dusky-hued rose. Check out the amazing shape of this bouq, too.
The bride’s and bridesmaid’s flowers aren’t the only ones to get the neutral treatment. Nude, sand, sage and other earthy tones have also crept up to the groom’s lapels, revealing themselves to be perfectly suited to a boutonniere. This is an amazingly flexible palette that can go from sleek, spare simplicity (a wedding style inspired by sand dunes and deserts, say) to organic, romantic luxe like that.
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A nude palette gives floral designers and artists an invitation to build bouquets of singular texture, dimension and shape. Out-of-the-box bouquets like this one no longer adhere to the typical bouquet categories anyway, blending shapes together (hand-tied meets cascade here). The fresh and modern neutral palette means greenery, lotus, classic roses and much, much more can all commingle peacefully and to extraordinary effect. A nearly colorless bouquet can reach peak lavish romance.