Softer Shades A dome of 'Magic Silver' roses (below) -- each delicate petal awash in pastel pink, tipped with antique brown -- is ringed with a cuff of smoke-bush leaves. The groom's single blossom is backed by two of the generous leaves. Both boutonniere and bouquet are finished with the same pink velvet ribbon.
Non-Traditional Bridesmaid Dresses for Your Summer Wedding via @WhoWhatWear Dresses with an element of sparkle ensure your bridesmaids will stand out from the crowd both during and after the ceremony. Select a softer shade so that the effects of the color and the beading combined aren’t overwhelming.
It's too shiny. I'm blind! Choose matte fabrics. Very often, even an expensive, shiny white dress still ends up looking like it's made out of sateen bedsheets, especially if it is a pure, bright white as opposed to a softer shade like ivory. And don't go too crazy with the rhinestones either. When it comes to wedding dress sparkle, less is definitely more.
Wedding jewelry bridesmaid jewelry set Bridal by GlamDuchess softer take on color for 2016: For the first time, the blending of two shades – Rose Quartz and Serenity are chosen as the PANTONE Color of the Year