8 Ombré Wedding Ideas That Are Too Pretty Not To Try

8 Ombré Wedding Ideas That Are Too Pretty Not To Try

Picking your wedding’s color palette is one of the biggest decisions in the planning process. From the flowers to your bridesmaid dresses to the linens, everything relies on the choice of color. If you’re someone who simply loves a single color, utilizing an ombré effect could be the coolest way to have everything at your wedding feel consistent. Below, we’ve picked the prettiest ombré wedding ideas so you can have a hay day with ombré!

1. Towering Treats
Whether it’s cascading fondant flowers or a mountain of macarons, these special sweets look that much better in varying shades.Cake by Cake Maison

Cake by Maggie Austin Cake

Courtesy of Glorious Treats

Courtesy of Cake Bites

Photo by Simply Bloom Photography

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2. Stunning Centerpieces
We love this simple monofloral look created by arranging flowers of the same tight in short, tight arrangements by color, across a banquet table.  Photo by Mango Studios; Floral by Stemz

Photo by Stephanie Yonce Photography; Event by Honeydew Events

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3. Blushing Bouquets 
Grouping your flowers from the deepest to palest colors creates a unique and dramatic bouquet.Photo by Josh Elliott Photography; Floral by Briana Maxson

Photo by Sara Hasstedt

Floral By Ruby Reds Floral & Garden; Photo by Erin Johnson

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4. A Colorful Walk Down The Aisle 
What’s better than you walk down the aisle? An aisle lined with rose petals!Photo by Samuel Lippke Studios; Floral by White Lilac, Inc.

Photo by Liz and Ryan; Decor by Intrigue Design & Decor

Photo by Diana Lupu; Flowers by Flowers by Michelle

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5. Choose Your Own Bridesmaid Dress 
Select a single dress or several similar dresses, than let your bridesmaids decide what shade is most flattering for them. Dresses of Donna Morgan

Photo by Virgil Bunao; Dresses by Amsale

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6. 50 Shades Of Stationery
Whether its your escort cards or invitations, a gradient of colors can make them a shade above the rest.Photo by Birds Of A Feather; Event by La Boheme Events

Photo by Amanda McMahon

Colin Cowie Wedding Invitations for Invitation by Dawn

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7. A Backdrop In Bloom
Bright blooms strung from lightest to darkest (or vice versa) can make the perfect backdrop for your vows or a photo booth!Photo by Elyse Hall Photography; Floral by Butterfly Petals

Photo by Closer to Love Photography; Floral by A. Hana Design

Photo by Anna Kim Photography; Wedding by Belle Destination Weddings & Events Inc.

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8. Oh My! Ombré Brides
Not every bride dreams of a white wedding dress, so ombré is a perfect combination of the two! Go for a bold, dark hue, or something more subtle, depending on your taste.Dress by Christian Siriano

Dress by Martin Hrča; Photo by Emm and Clau 

Dress by Truvelle

-Aliana Heffernan

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