Color Monday: Monochromatic with a Pop!

Nov 4 2013

Welcome to Color Monday, our weekly blog series devoted to all things color and inspirational. Today we’re talking about a mostly monochromatic color scheme with a pop of additional color for greater visual interest. A monochromatic scheme uses shades and tints of the same hue–a look that can be really lovely when married with a few interesting elements: patterns, textures, and one or two accent colors.

Today’s white wedding inspiration board offers a clean and stylish look that mixes in ivory and tea green for color contrast and visual interest. The whole look is chic, easy on the eyes and beautiful for a spring wedding. Damask Elegance is the featured Wedding Invitation and Menu Card design. The classic damask pattern provides a nice complement to the modern feel and overall look. Adding even more interest to this monochromatic inspiration are the textural elements around the bouquets and on the cake {pearl strands and leaves} plus the sparkly hair bling and dramatic chandelier decor. So fun!

Tell us, are you a fan of a monochromatic wedding scheme?

Spring wedding colors from MagnetStreet


Suite Details
Click on the following links to get a more up close look at Damask Elegance Rectangle Wedding Invitation and Menu Card personalized in these colors. Got your colors picked out? Did you know that you can request a free custom color palette–in your wedding colors? Request your free sample set here.

Get yours today, for free!


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spring wedding colors


Photo Credits
For allowing us to use their photography, much thanks to …

Table Setting by Fly Studio {via Style Me Pretty}
Boutonniere by Simply Bloom Photography {via Elizabeth Anne Designs}
Flower Girl & Wedding Party by Memories N More {via Green Wedding Shoes}
Cake by Simply Bloom Photograhy {via Green Wedding Shoes}


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