Ombre, French for “shaded,” is a beautiful way to convey your wedding schematic. Select the focal color and play with its varying shades to bring an elegant, romantic yet modern and fresh look to your day.
The nice thing about incorporating varietal shades of color is you don’t get hung up on matchy-matchy, and can explore a wide possibilities of color across many decorative items. It’s playful yet makes a visual impact.
Gwen Stefani wore a beautiful pink ombre Galliano gown for her wedding to Gavin Rossdale in 2002, and now that style is trending again for weddings nearly ten years later.
I’m over the moon for ombre and love working with gradients when I design. Consider ombre, whether you use one focal color, or you want to go bold and transition between different shades of colors.
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