Chocolate gold & turquoise wedding colors

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Chocolate gold & turquoise wedding colors
Accent dresses with chocolate satin sashes. (wedding dress back bow ribbon lace green brown tie image by Paul Retherford from Fotolia.com)

Use three colours like chocolate, gold and turquoise carefully in your wedding theme so they don't look sloppy, overwhelming or mismatched. Knowing some tips about how to use this trio of colours can assist you in creating the stylish, unique wedding you've always wanted.

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Floral Decor

For a modern twist on wedding flowers, adorn small, thin branches with turquoise and gold dyed flowers. Alternatively, pair naturally turquoise orchids with dyed-gold baby's breath and wrap them with a brown satin bow.

Dress

Use chocolate, gold and turquoise to style and dress the wedding party. The bride can wear a gold necklace and earrings, as long as she sticks with a subdued gold and not a brassy or shiny one. Pair that with a turquoise satin sash around the waist, or a brown sash with a turquoise border.

Dress bridesmaids in turquoise or brown dresses accessorised with gold jewellery. The groom and groomsmen can wear turquoise and brown cummerbunds.

Centrepieces and Tables

For a romantic glow, fill vases with branches and hang gold and turquoise tea lights off of them.

Fill bowls with water and add turquoise dye. Add floating brown tea lights and drape thin gold garland around the bowls.

For table cards, a bold brown background with a gold border and turquoise lettering makes a dramatic statement. Use gold as an accent colour for chocolate and turquoise, since too much gold can look gaudy.

Cake

The combination of chocolate, gold and turquoise can make your cake pop. Start off with a brown chocolate cake, then add turquoise flowers and small gold sprinkles to accent it.

For a clean look, decorate a white cake with gold, chocolate and turquoise flowers or accents.

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