A Neutral Palette Wedding Moodboard

The Timeless Stylist-Fine Art Neutral Wedding Tablescape-UK Wedding Styling

Hello! Today I wanted to chat to you about one of my favourite palettes to use within my wedding designs - a neutral one. Beige does not have to be boring, if you get it right with how you use it and what you team it with. So I have created a wedding moodboard to give you some inspiration in how to use these colours correctly within your wedding design and styling...

Photography Credits clockwise from top left:  Kerry Jeanne Photography  |  Justine Milton  |  Jon Cu  |  Erich McVey  |  Maria Lamb

Photography Credits clockwise from top left: Kerry Jeanne Photography | Justine Milton | Jon Cu | Erich McVey | Maria Lamb

I don't think you can ever say beige is boring after seeing these together on this wedding moodboard I designed, can you!? I just love these beautiful tones together and find them calming, dreamy and very romantic. The soft and gentle palette allows for depth and detail elsewhere, and so you can really concentrate on all of those important wedding styling elements that may get missed with a bolder, more contemporary palette.

I love that these colours really work in harmony and with each other, rather than fight against each other. The overall look is timeless and by using a similar colour palette in your wedding design and styling, you will create a elegant wedding day that will be a lovely breath of fresh air from all of the pinks and pastels that you so often see within people's wedding styling. 

Key things to consider here, as I mentioned above, are the details. If you choose to use a similar palette for your wedding design and styling, think about adding texture where possible with lots of layering, for example by using sumptuous hand-dyed ribbons and linens for table, plus within your bridalwear. Flowers will be key, and don't go sparing on these, and be sure to show your wedding moodboard to your florist.

You could choose to use lots of gold and brass elements within this palette, which will add warmth and depth to your wedding design. Think about keeping this continuous, for a clean and elegant look, and use it throughout from cutlery and flower vessels through to candlesticks and even the details on your wedding stationery. 

Below is a selection of images from a wedding inspiration shoot I designed and styled using a similar colour palette...

The Timeless Stylist-Fine Art Organic Wedding Cake
The Timeless Stylist-Neutral Fine Art Wedding Shoot
The Timeless Stylist-Fine Art Wedding Shoot-Individual Cake Place Setting
The Timeless Stylist-Neutral Fine Art Wedding Design and Styling

You see, it can look so pretty and gentle. I love this colour palette, what do you think? Will you be brave enough and pair back? Or perhaps you prefer more colour? 

If you need some help designing a moodboard for your wedding day design and styling, I have created a free guide, with lots of styling tips. You can download it here.

Have a great week and if you have any questions at all, I'd love to hear from you. You can drop me a line here. Take care and thanks for reading, Amy x