Here’s the latest installment in our Bridesmaid Dresses: “Color” Story……As a recap, (scroll down if you’ve read the “intro” to this article in the past) we’ve included the Pantone Color Guide for new visitors. If you are just visiting for the first time, and you would like to research a different color than the one in the below segment, please see our Archives for our previous Color articles.
If you are the type of bride that likes to keep up with the Trends, you’ll already know what the 2013 Pantone Wedding Colors are…. but just in case, we have included them above as a guide and starting off point for planning your Wedding Style & Design. This is the fifth segment in our 10 part article devoted to each Pantone color. Are you looking for a little inspiration, guidance and wedding style advice? Then this article is for you!
Dusk Blue Bridesmaid Dresses: Let’s start with a little inspiration: Dusk Blue is captured perfectly by Claude Monet in his painting below. Looking out the window as I write this at dusk, I never really noticed how there really is a particular “Dusk Blue” right before sunset. It seems only fitting that we take our inspiration from the below Monet piece, and nature, pairing with soft oranges and reds created by during sunset. The softness of the sky and the vibrance of any striking sunset would make a gorgeous wedding color combination, no matter what the season.
So soft and romantic, especially in a chiffon. Short or long for any season.
Such a beautiful blue. It can be dressed up or down to capture any mood you are trying to create.
or Deep Red Bouquets with neutral shoes can create the same effect, keeping the look more traditional, but with a little edge.
So pretty…2 – toned vintage fabrics are a beautiful choice, and keeping it short as in the below image, makes the look less traditional.
Dusk Blue is a wonderful choice if you like the mixed bridesmaid dress idea. It’s a great color choice even in mixed fabrics and slight color variations as you can see below.
So Pretty! Mixed Bridesmaid Dress Styles & Colors! Remember to keeping the Bouquets similar in style, color, and texture to keep the look “cohesive”.
Next Color Article Segment: Emerald!
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