monochromatic

taupe wedding inspiration and ideas

Monochromatic wedding color palettes like the one in this inspiration boards are rarely seen, but that’s what makes them so unique! They are unconventional, unexpected, and definitely provide a wow factor.

The key ingredient in a monochromatic (or nearly so) wedding is mixing textures. In this inspiration board the detailing on the dress mimics the texture on the cake and hair clip. The smoothness of the lamp, satin shoes, and ring bearer pillow are contrasts to that. Color accents for a monochromatic wedding (like blush and gold) should flow into each other, however if you do want a pop accent color somewhere in your wedding, be sure to choose a sophisticated and unique conversation piece and use it sparingly!

Need more? Another example of a monochromatic wedding inspiration board can be seen here.

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photo credits: Alberta Ferretti gown via Nearly Newlywed // modern taupe lamp from Rumid // ring bearer pillow from Emici Bridal // macaroons via The Glitter Guide, photographed by Natalie Franke // cake via Brides, created by The Cake Girls // shoes – unknown // taupe hair flower clip from the Elegant Bridal Shop.

About Sara Burnett

Editor of Burnett's Boards, which she founded to showcase global creativity in the wedding industry. Sara currently lives out of a suitcase while island hopping the Caribbean and beyond. Learn More // Follow on Instagram.

Comments

  1. In love with this! Why don’t more brides do something like this!

    • It’s actually a much harder look to pull off right – there is little room for error or the whole vibe will be thrown. BUT when it’s done well it’s AMAZING!

  2. So soothing and elegant at the same time! Love this!

  3. I love this!!!

  4. DELICIOUS !!!
    Wow , who knew monochromatic could look so sophisticated and elegant !!

  5. Really elegant. Thinking about doing something like this for my own wedding. Great ideas and love the mixed textures!

  6. I am totally obsessed with this. I think this might be my new BB favorite! Fabulous work! I love this shade. It’s the lavender version of Grayed Jade!

  7. Love the colours and textures, so elegant!

  8. I must have those shoes!!! Where are they from?