Peach and Gray are two contrasting colors, but when used together they create a beautiful color palette that looks like they were made for each other! Although peach is a warm color and gray is a cool tone, the colors look so soft and elegant when paired together. By using different shades of grey and adding peach and white accents, a simple and clean, yet breath taking color palette is created. I love the idea of mixing gray succulents with dainty peach flowers; such an interesting combination! If more gray is used, then this palette is perfect for a winter wedding, but if more peach is used in the palette then it could create a fun and fresh spring wedding. However the colors are used, and whatever the season, this is a palette with many beautiful and unique options!
A hot spring and summer color that works perfectly for a southern wedding is peach. This beautiful hue is so elegant and charming – and absolutely exudes romance! Peach looks incredible combined with pink and green, but personally I love pairing it with a metallic like gold or silver. It’s such a versatile color and goes so well with a rustic or garden themed wedding. From linens, to flowers, to a fabulous pair of Louboutin wedding heels – peach is an amazing addition to your big day! If you’re loving this hue as much as I do, go the extra mile and add some peach sweets to your wedding dessert options!
One of the most stressful things for a wedding is the color palette. One trend that I currently adore is pairing a shade of grey or silver with bold or pastel colors. Pairing a neutral, clean grey and or silver with pastels such as peach or mint or with bold colors like teal or fuchsia, you won’t have to worry about colors clashing or being too loud for guests. There are many shades of grey from which to choose, but if you feel that grey is too somber, add a third color if you haven’t already. Try a lighter shade of the color that you’ve already paired with the grey or another neutral tone like beige or ivory. This simple addition of grey and silver works with any color during every season of the year and makes picking a color palette that much easier.