Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Southwestern Turquoise Wedding Inspiration

Last week it was the talk of the wedding planning industry that Pantone announced that turquoise would be the color of 2010. I LOVE turquoise, especially turquoise and silver southwestern inspired jewelry.

What better color palette for an outdoor, southwestern wedding than using a range of neutral tones accented by turquoise and silver?

Turquoise is a very strong color, so for your turquoise inspired wedding make it an accent color on a neutral palette as opposed to the main focus for a very luxurious and elegant take on the trend.

Eva Mendez at the 2009 Golden Globes proved that southwestern, turquoise jewelry looks gorgeous paired with white formal wear. Get your bridesmaids involved and allow them to pick up their favorite southwestern turquoise and silver jewelry to personalize their own look and stay with your theme. Also, as an added flare to your bouquets, have your florist wrap the bouquets with beaded turquoise bracelets.

To incorporate the silver elements of your color palette, have your bridesmaids wear a soft, gray/silver color (they'll love you since they can wear it again!), and use antique silver vases for your centerpieces.

Southwestern Turquoise Wedding Inspiration Board

Images: Tent, Eva Mendez, Gray Ruffle Dress, Antique Silver Vase, Cream Floral Arrangement, Turquoise and Silver Necklace, Turquoise and Silver Jewelry, Succulent and Silver Arrangements

Anyone else love turquoise and silver jewelry as much as I do?

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