November 17, 2020 - No Comments!

Color of the Month: Sage Green

Almost every wedding we plan is filled with the color of the month: sage green (hello eucalyptus) so, we understand the trend! This calming color can actually work well will many different designs without being too neutral. From what to wear to tablescapes, we are sharing our favorite wedding design ideas incorporating the color. While it may be the color of the month, sage green is a timeless choice to add to your next event's color palette!

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Bright & Romantic

If you are a true romantic, there is nothing more dreamy than being surrounded by lush greenery. You may find inspiration from your outdoor venue space! Adding in pastel blush tones and lace textures with the sage green color will brighten up your wedding design. You may include a complementing color similar in tone for a unique look. We are a fan of indigo from this intimate Montreal wedding.

Boho Chic

The best way to keep a design boho-inspired is to include plenty of natural elements. So, place some fresh eucalyptus onto vintage furniture or add a sage green centerpiece onto your guest tables. Don't overthink it! This edgy boho chic wedding would not have been the same without the pretty floral and greenery additions!

Dark & Moody

Moving on to something more dark and moody! If industrial venues and leather jackets are your style, this design is perfect for you. Sage green is available in many different tones. Therefore, it will look extra edgy with deeper colors. Your alternative wedding design will stand out with a bit of added greenery to break up harsh lines and dark backdrops.

Photographer Matt and Jess Photography | Planner 'Cause We Can Events | Catering TGIS | Florals Rosewater Florals  | Venue Smoky Hollow Studios | Desserts Susie Cakes | DJ DJ Will Gill | Videography Silver and Soul Weddings | Rentals La Pinata Rentals | Photobooth Hollywood Photobooth | Invitations Think Make Design |Chalk Art Fiber and Dye | Arcade Games Fun Time Arcades


There is something so refreshing about keeping things simple especially with an intimate wedding. You may choose to stick with minimal decor and florals only during your elopement. For a minimalist reception design, introduce sage green onto your glassware or linens. Browse online at our favorite store for some inspiration. Minimal decor is also an effective way to remain eco-friendly. You can choose to rent curated tabletop pieces rather than buying each item. There is always a way to remain sustainable even when planning a wedding!

Rentals: La Pinata Party and Signature Party Rentals.
Photographer Lauren Mihae | Planning + Design 'Cause We Can Events | Florals Flower Duet | Officiant Matt Rothert | Beauty Beach Bridal Beauty | Getting Ready Hotel Pacific Edge 

Published by: Gabrielle Pinkerton in Wedding

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