5 Ways to Pull off a Wedding in Pale Hues

Great Ideas: Pale Hues | Southern New England Weddings | Bouquet by The Green Door, East Greenwich, RI

Pretty Pales – Set the scene for a soft and romantic wedding with a subtle palette of neutrals and just a blush of color.

1. TAKE NOTE. Tuck these note pads into bridesmaid gift bags for a sweet and beachy place to jot down last minute lists. Available at Paper Moon Invitations in Cranston, Rhode Island.

Great Ideas: Pale Hues | Southern New England Weddings | Paper Moon Invitations, Cranston, RI

2. PEACH REIGNS. The fun and feminine color adds just the right amount of cheer to an otherwise understated look.

Great Ideas: Pale Hues | Southern New England Weddings | Photo by Alternate Angles

3. CLICK! Ask your photographer to play to your color scheme with muted, airy engagement photos that translate beautifully into save-the-date cards, like this one from Papers in Newport, Rhode Island.

Great Ideas: Pale Hues | Southern New England Weddings | Papers, Newport, RI

4. FOREVER FLOWERS. This lavish silk flower bouquet, made by The Green Door in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, cascades
earthwards in a mixed palette of desert green and white. The combination of succulents and hydrangea create a wonderful play on texture.

Great Ideas: Pale Hues | Southern New England Weddings | Bouquet by The Green Door, East Greenwich, RI

5. FAVORITE SHADE OF GRAY. A color-blocked dove gray and white Coren Moore bridesmaid dress from Flair Boston is a blank canvas for a few winning accessories, like these mint green peep-toes from Shoes to Dye For in Natick, Massachusetts.

Great Ideas: Pale Hues | Southern New England Weddings | Dress from Flair Boston | Photo by Carla Ten Eyck

Photo Credit: Cake photo by Alternate Angles, Bridesmaid photo by Carla Ten Eyck. All other, Caroline Goddard.

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