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  • Writer's pictureOksana Gresova

Peach + Burgundy

Do you love the glamour and sophistication of the French Rococo style? Do you dream of having a wedding that feels like a fairy tale? If you answered yes, then you might want to consider our Peach + Burgundy theme inspiration for your big day.

The Rococo style was popular in the 18th century, and it was all about elegance, romance and art. Think of the lavish palaces of Versailles, the delicate paintings of Fragonard and the exquisite dresses of Marie Antoinette. You can recreate this look in your wedding with the right location, colours and decor.

The first thing you need to do is to find a venue that matches the Rococo style. A historic palace, a manor, or a chic villa would be ideal. You want a place that has ornate details, graceful curves and light colours. A place that makes you feel like royalty.

The next thing you need to do is to choose a colour scheme that reflects the Rococo palette. For our inspiration we choose main colour peach: a soft and delicate hue that blends yellow, pink and orange. Peach is a versatile colour that works well with many other shades. For contrast and drama we decided to add burgundy: a deep and rich red that was popular in the Rococo paintings. You can also use other pastel colours, such as pale pink, pale blue, and vintage gold.

The best flowers are roses and peonies, which are romantic and feminine. You can choose pastel colours for your bouquets and centerpieces or mix them with darker tones for a more dramatic effect. The cake of your wedding should be a stunning work of art, worthy of the Rococo style. A tall cake, adorned with flowers and lace, will capture the essence of the Versailles era. You can also add some gold accents or pearls for extra sparkle, just like we did.

A Peach + Burgundy wedding is a celebration of beauty, romance, and art. It is your chance to express your personality and style, and to have a memorable day that you and your guests will never forget.

Photographer: Alissa Baltazar

Handmade wedding gown by Xana Couture

Groom's suit, shoes and accesories: Collins Clothiers

Wedding Venue: Edgewater Manor

Hair Stylist: Anna Mirzoyan

Invitations: RHPaperDesign

Stylist: Sandola Events


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