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Ombré comes from the French word meaning “shaded.” It can also be described as a gradation of colors from dark to light, which can sometimes be in the form of different-hued stripes but always in the same color family.
The ombré craze started out in the fashion world and has since worked its way over into all areas of wedding design, especially for spring and summer weddings.

Having such a theme at your wedding adds depth and layers to the event’s aesthetic. For example, you can take a long table and line it with floral arrangements that start out the darkest shade of pink on one end and then gradually end up with the lightest shade of pink on the other, adding more visual interest than row after row of identical centerpieces.  Check out this latest wedding planned by TC Events and photographed by Emily Harris Photography.

What’s so great about this trend is the many ways it can be incorporated into your wedding, from programs to favors to even wedding dresses.  Another example: bridesmaids wearing dresses in varying shades of the same color, giving some texture and a looser feel to those group portraits than you’d have if all of the bridesmaids’ gowns matched each other perfectly.



Posted By: BcVogue Support - Posted On: Thursday, May 29, 2014  Comments: (0)