As brides begin to finalize their fall/winter 2015 wedding plans, many are making final color palette decisions. If you’re one of these brides and you don’t want to go with the typical autumn or winter color palettes, try today’s highlighted palette on for size. Black, white and gold; that’s right! If you’re thinking this combination might be a little rich for the senses, check out how some brides utilized it in the examples below.
In this gorgeous example, the bride not only utilized this elegant and stylish color palette, but paired different patterns as well for a look that is aesthetically pleasing and interesting. We love the vintage look of the script table runner paired with the chevron place mats. It’s pretty, stylish and most importantly, it works!
Here, we see the same color palette, but this one is a little darker and a little more serious. This one features black linens generously sprinkled with glitter of all colors, combined with gold chargers and china featuring the entire palette. Crystal is prominently featured, and we adore the gold-rimmed glasses. It’s a perfect example of how this palette can be so versatile.
What we love about this example is how bold and daring the color palette is, but how well it works! The black and white striped are super hot right now, and when paired with golden accessories, there is a Hollywood Regency feel that is perfect. The bright greenery gives the entire setting a fresh, airy feeling that is simply stunning.
In another wonderful example, the black, white and gold color palette here is vintage-chic and has a romantic and timeless feel. Paired perfectly with white anemone and tulips, the gold accessories and the black and white patterns on the favors comes together to create a vintage look that is simply priceless.
Finally, in this lovely example, you can see how the black, white and gold wedding color palette has an understated elegance that is subtle and pretty. Black linens are paired with white tableware and gold charger plates, and as a refreshing accent, silver centerpieces with beautiful light-colored blossoms.
We just love this color palette and it is only going to grow in popularity as the fall/winter wedding season comes around. What do you think? Is this the perfect example of your style or is it still a little much for your senses? We’d love to hear about your thoughts in the comment below!