spanish moon

Monochromatic weddings are the ultimate in sophistication, and this sandy tan Spanish wedding inspiration board illustrates just that!

Sandy tan with touch of navy Spanish wedding inspiration

The moon¬†print in this inspiration board was what really sparked it for me. I saw it floating around on Pinterest and fell in love. It has a glamorous, stylish, slightly vintage vibe that’s perfect to use as an inspiration starting point for your wedding.

Monochromatic weddings are my absolute favorites and they’re all about using different tints and tones of the same color. In this case the base color is a brown, but you can see lots of textured hues in that range like the ¬†chairs and the exposed wood behind the shoes, the pleats on the dress, the calligraphy linen, and that delicious looking cake from Belle & Chic!

Details to adore:

Spanish cake / torte de Santiago
Vera Wang Dress / Elizabeth Messina

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photo credits: chairs with navy ribbons from Grey Likes Weddings, photographed by Zlata Modeen Photography // earrings & calligraphy photographed by Rylee Hitchner, calligraphy by Neither Snow // Steve Madden jeweled flats from SB Chic, photographed by White Haute Photography // moon print from The Curators Prints on Etsy // Vera Wang Fall 2011 Dress from SB Chic, photographed by Elizabeth Messina // torta de Santiago from Belle & Chic, photographed by Kiss and Chips.

Comments

  1. Gorgeous! Love the light and natural feel of this.

  2. So beautiful!

  3. Wow, I love how you drew out so many creative elements starting with moon print as inspiration. That Vera Wang gown is breathtaking and the calligraphy on the linen looks amazing!

  4. So pretty. The mood is just divine!

  5. You really captured the feel of the moon print with the rest of the board – gorgeous!

  6. I totally agree about the effect of a monochromatic palette. Fabulous board!

  7. I love that wedding dress! Great inspiration!

  8. This is just so so lovely!

  9. So pretty!

  10. Beautiful! Thanks for including our cake :-)!

  11. I am with you on this one! I like using textures instead of multiple colors to create interest and romance to a color palette! Wood grain, stone walls, linen … dying! Love!

  12. So beautiful! Just love this. Thank you .

  13. I saw that cake on Pinterest a while back and was thrilled to see you use it in a board! Perfect combination! Gorgeous textures.