The royal of royalties blend; a deeper burst of pink and purple hue brings cassis to life. This colour adds a deeper connection to royalty and sophistication. A while back, only the rich and mighty could afford to dye their outfits in purple. It is one of the reasons why purple has been related to royalty. Take your wedding up a notch with this perfect combination.
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- Rose Pink and Grey
For a more flowery yet sophisticated look, go for pink and grey. You can get your bridesmaid to wear pink and your groomsmen to balance it with pink giving it an ethereal finish.
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Looking for a more natural feel? Then try out the neo-mint hue; a pastel shade of green that is fast-growing in prospects for 2020. One of the reasons why we love this colour so much is its easy blend with nature, science and technology and an outstanding aura of an oxygenating tone.
- Dusty Rose and Black
Having a blend of these two colours is perfection made only in heaven. The black gives a fine atmosphere of class while the dusty rose brings in the romance befitting for your wedding. What’s more is that it goes well with everything – the venue decoration, the bridesmaid and groomsmen, the centrepieces, everything!
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- Mellow Yellow
Not to be confused with mustard yellow. Rather, it is a playful shade of the colour. Giving it a sunny soft look. What’s more, is that it blends perfectly with almost any colour. Although it looks really good with green.
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- Purist Blue
A softer and calmer hue associated with the skies, the seas and the galaxies. Additionally, these elements of nature have always been a symbol of peace, escapism, possibility, desire and celestial bodies. If you’re looking for a more surreal look, this is the perfect colour for your 2020 wedding.
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