Rich, dramatic, flattering, versatile - burgundy is really a gorgeous wedding color choice, especially if you're not a pastel kind of a gal.
You're using a Fall wedding and burgundy may be the color of berries
prom dresses would look so chic at the evening wedding
Do you want the idea of a deep claret-colored wedding cake
Burgundy shoes beneath your wedding gown possess a certain appeal
Deep, burgundy roses just say something to you
Winter is originating and that's whenever your wedding is - along with a burgundy shade would give a warming depth towards the surroundings
And that's only for starters ...
Other shades to explain burgundy are claret, wild berry, ruby, aubergine ... plus they all blend beautifully together if you wish to mix it up a little. We're thinking maybe an ombre kind of a look? A good tool that will help you work out your color palette is Dessy's inexpensive Pantone wedding tools. Blend the shades you want together and mix them as much as suit your tastes.
The bride above chose slightly different shades of burgundy for every of her maids - a subtle difference, that also helped each boho wedding dress to select a color to match their complexion. And which adds a particular depth of creativity and interest for your wedding photographs.
It's probably a great time to set up your personal Pinterest board too - and you will keep it private obviously. At Dessy, we LOVE Pinterest and therefore are always pinning ideas for brides on our boards. Play around with a few burgundy wedding look you can find online - and obviously, this page is really a good start!
In the wedding bouquet, you can go for block burgundy impact as above - or then add shading with blush roses leaving, such as the brides here.
Burgundy wedding themes allow you to have fun with the wedding food too.
You could serve deep red themed cocktails as the guests get through to the reception
Have a deep red themed dessert table or candy bar
Serve warm mulled wine in a winter wedding
Have a deep red velvet wedding cake