2014 Trend: Dark Wedding Palette
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2014 Trend: Dark Wedding Palette

When you think of weddings, what color pops out of your mind? Pink? Yellow? Light blue? Have you ever been to weddings that feature a dark palette? Dark weddings are unlikely that’s why only individualists and modish people go for them. Having a dark wedding palette doesn’t necessarily translate to a gothic-themed one. You can go sultry or modern with a dark wedding palette. Here are 5 classy dark palettes which you could use for your own wedding.

Dark Blue and Gold
Dark Blue and Gold
A promising sophisticated wedding should better have dark blue and gold hues on it. The mere thought of dark blue invites with a metallic gold print speaks allure. Bridesmaid dresses are best designed in glittery textiles – in varying hues of dark blue, gold and pale yellow.

Glamorous Purple
Glamorous Purple
Purple is the color of royalty. It would be the color of a dragon if they exist. Purple is fierce and sexy. So, why not have a deep purple palette for your modern wedding? Use velvety textiles for your dresses to exaggerate appeal. Hairstyles are strictly buns only made in a sleek way. Dark eye makeup should also be imposed to achieve a couture look.

Vera Wang Dark Red Palette
Dark Red Palette
If traditional is not in your cup of plate, then these Vera Wang inspired dark red palette would surely keep you on the tab to go for this palette. Dahlia to Crimson to Vermilion and Cardinal – irresistible opulence. Your bridal march will surely be likened to a fashion runway show if you go for this palette.

Espresso to Peach
Espresso to Peach
Sultry and sophisticated, the espresso to peach wedding palettes imposes a professional and independent charm. A bushy wedding dress in espresso is whimsically dark so balance out with the lighter hues of lemon curds and canvas. This palette is perfect for a wedding in Europe where traditions never go really old.

Dark Chocolate Browns
Dark Chocolate Browns
Having an autumn wedding, but wouldn’t want to go all orangey? A smart decision is to go with dark chocolate browns and copper tones. Compliment Mother Nature’s rusty looks with your sophisticated browns. This dark color palette would surely work for an outdoor wedding too.

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