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Find out why other brides chose grey.

We asked former brides where they got the inspiration and color scheme for their wedding. Here are some of our favorite responses

Carly said:

"Any of my friends or family will tell you that pink is my “signature color,” so that part was a no-brainer. My favorite combo is pink and black, but that didn’t feel right for a wedding. I immediately thought of gray, because I loved the idea of a neutral color with pops of pale pink. I was so happy to see that Weddington Way had the exact shade of gray that I wanted for my bridesmaids’ dresses!"

Lenora said:

"We wanted a very modern, elegant wedding. We chose a color palette of white/gray/black, which went well with our venue. The Crocker Art Museum has a contemporary wing that has very clean lines and tall white walls. Our reception and cocktail hour were held outside in the museum courtyard and our reception was on the first floor of the museum. I knew immediately that I wanted my bridesmaids in slate gray dresses but wanted them to pick their own styles. We also had gray linens as well as a gray wedding cake!"

Ani said:

"We were inspired by our wedding reception venue and the time of year, so we used a neutral color scheme: Charcoal gray, light gray, cream, and white."

Jen said:

"We got married on a 1920s, stationary ferry boat named the MV Skansonia on Lake Union in Seattle. The colors and general theme were about showcasing natural colors of Seattle like dusty blues, greens and peaches mixed with neutrals. There was nautical/vintage feel to the whole thing."

Carly said:

"We originally wanted to have a fall wedding, but the venue we wanted was booked through the new year. I had always liked the combination of dark plum and mustard yellow, but thought that they were traditionally fall colors. But when paired with a dark charcoal, I think the colors look romantic and wintery."

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