Combine the different tones of brown with the variety of champagne colours. Brown ranges from a light tan to a deep rich chocolate, while champagne ranges from a golden to pink hue. Decide on the formality you prefer for you wedding and then decide your wedding colours, as these palettes allow for diverse style designs.
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Plan a wedding theme that conveys luxury. Chocolate brown becomes the predominate colour in this design as you dress the groom and his men in chocolate brown suits with champagne ties, while the bridesmaids wear chocolate dresses with champagne sashes. Ceremony decorations consist of vases of chocolate cosmos flowers and pew bows, while chocolate card stock with a golden champagne script becomes your wedding stationery. Tone on tone chocolate satin fabrics line the table, while champagne lace swags adorn the sides of the table. Crystal champagne flutes hold bunches of chocolate cosmos flowers staggered on crystal risers in the centre of the table. Rich chocolate candy squares dot the table for guests to snack on while between courses.
The bridal gown, trimmed in gold, accents the golden tiara in the bride's updo as the bridesmaid dresses of tan, with gold accessories, mirror the tan suits worn by the groom and his men. Striped gold and tan bows line the church with vases of cymbidium orchids. A bubbly champagne tower commands attention at the reception as it sits in the centre of the buffet table. Floor-length, tailored, tan linens contain a band of gold stripes and buttons down the tables edge, while seat covers button down the back. Champagne and wine glasses, elevated on the table's centre, hold tan and gold balls in several sizes, caught inside the goblet like bubbles. Tan chargers with a gold rim designate the place settings with napkins inside a circular golden band.
Create a playful theme as you concentrate your design on pink champagne and chocolate brown. Bridesmaid dresses of pink with chocolate accents compliment the pink and chocolate patterned waistcoats and chocolate suits worn by the groom and his men. Bridesmaids carry one pink balloon down the aisle, while the bride wears a balloon wrist bouquet of small pink and brown balloons. The ceremony location sports a pink and chocolate balloon arch for the exchange of vows. The reception area contains patterned table linen, such as swirls, interlocking squares or polka dots that cover the chairs and tables of the room. A small chocolate fountain dominates the centre of each table surrounded by chocolate bowls of cut fruits, such as strawberries, cherries, pineapples and bananas. Pink plates and napkins adorn the tables.
Add sparkle and elegance to your wedding theme. Golden ribbons weave through the brides braid and the updo's of her maids, while a gold ribbon trims the hems of their gowns and sashes. The groom and his men wear a pin striped suit of gold and brown linen. Calla lilies in golden urns adorn the altar and pathway of the church. Golden brown silk linens dress the tables at the reception, while golden ribbons weave through open chair backs and tie into a sash that drapes down the side. A tall golden urn sits in the middle of the table overflowing with calla lilies surrounded by brown tapered candles. Golden brown plate chargers hold champagne coloured napkins wrapped with a stand of ribbon. One lone calla lily rests across the napkin.
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