If you are ever unsure about your wedding colors a monochrome palette will look timeless and chic. Monochromatic schemes are a great way to highlight fine art highlighting textures and materials. How does this work? The Minnesota wedding florist Rose & Laurel a member of fine art Curation shares her monochrome inspiration for weddings and tips on how to achieve this look.
What exactly is monochrome?
Monochrome is a palette of shades tints and tones of one color. This results in a cohesive scheme which is subtle and elegant. When using a monochromatic palette it is essential to payattention to the details so that your scheme does not get repetitive.
Changing color within a monochrome palette
This monochrome editorial is based on a white classic scheme. We added accents of shades off-white to our taper candles and handmade gold foiled menus. A solid marble slab used as a table runner adds additional tonal variation on the white. This luxurious table top accent adds depth and height to your scheme.
Texture variations in monochrome schemes
This editorial has several textures to create tactile interest when your guests sit down for dinner. The fine linen tablecloth has a rougher linen napkin to accent it. A cool and smooth marble base is topped off with a ceramic plate that has a subtle accent. Buttercups and sweetpeas are also added.
The floral theme echoes that of the texture. The floral design echoes the textural theme.