Coral as the main color.
Gold as an accent color.
As well as beige and ivory as neutral colors.
The oh-so-pretty invitation!
We started with the Royal Monogram Wedding Invitation, which happens to be a big customer favorite in our collection of Elegant Wedding Invitations. We went bold and beautiful by changing the background color to brilliant coral. The gorgeous crest and slim frame remain a faux gold foil, which creates a very pretty contrast with the coral background. We chose white for the wording to give it a uniquely fresh look.
Working it into your wedding:
As you can see, coral is one of the brighter colors you can choose for your wedding. It’s an absolutely wonderful choice for summer and tropical destinations because it lends that warm-weather, middle-of-the-tropics vibe we’re all drawn to. We highly recommend incorporating coral into your floral arrangements and bouquets while keeping other wedding aspects neutral like the bridesmaid dresses and the reception table linens. This will allow the coral flowers to add a dramatic touch to the ceremony and reception.
Metallic gold is such a fun accent color and we think you can go a little heavy with it since it will help balance out the brightness of the coral. Consider asking the bridesmaids to wear gold jewelry, find some gold table runners for the reception tables and gather some gold decorations like shiny gold candelabras to mix in with your table’s floral arrangements or to dress up other areas like the place card table or cake table.
Beige and ivory can be used wherever you need to create a polished look but don’t want to detract from the stars of the show, coral and gold. You could even choose ivory or beige for the bridal party’s attire to give them the fresh off the beach look we all love.