grayed jade

Grayed Jade is one of my favorite Pantone colors and this Grayed Jade wedding inspiration board pairs it with beautiful spring-time pastels and a blush pink.

Grayed Jade Wedding

Grayed Jade is lovely because it is more sophisticated and romantic than mint, but still has that fresh look that mint weddings have. It works well in any season but I love it most for winter or spring weddings. For winter weddings it adds an air of whimsy and for spring weddings it pairs well with a beautiful soft pastel color palette!

Details to adore:

grayed jade and white shoes
ivory white wedding cake

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photo credits: shoes via Bride and Breakfast, photographed by Toto Villaruel // bride from Style Me Pretty, photographed by Artiese Studios, hair & makeup by Aglow by Joan // cake via Reverie Magazine // chairs with ribbons from Style Me Pretty, photographed by Simply Bloom Photography // escort card keys from Southern Weddings, photographed by Veil and Bow // invitations from Wedding Chicks, photographed by Rachel Peters, designed by Kim Roach // bouquet from Style Me Pretty, photographed by Elizabeth Messina, floral design by Rani Hoover.

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. Oh my goodness! This is GORGEOUS!!!

  2. Absolutely lovely! Grayed jade is one of my favorites, too – a little blue, a little green, a little gray = perfect! The colors in board also remind me of your beautiful new branding!

  3. How pretty!

  4. So pretty! I think grayed jade is my new favorite color!!!

  5. Such a lovely shade of gray/green! 🙂

  6. Gorgeous color combination! Love that cake.

  7. Oh, this is just too lovely!

  8. I’m a total grayed jade fan! Such a lovely board.

  9. This is absolutely gorgeous!! What a great color. I’m loving those ribbons on the chairs 😉

  10. Do you know the brand of the shoes?