Wedding Palette

Raoul Dufy
The Opera, Paris, early 1930s
Gouache on paper

I am marrying a beyond wonderful guy this August, and it’s finally starting to sink in that the big day is approaching. The past year has been pretty crazy with wedding planning, and I’ve found it’s nice to have one inspiring image to go back to, in making sure the entire look and feeling of our day comes together. From the start, I immediately choose Dufy’s The Opera, Paris as inspiration for our color palette, a painting which I fell in love with while working as a curatorial intern at The Phillips Collection in D.C.

Lovely place cards from an Equestrian affair found on Grey Likes Weddings / Floral Wreath Notepad by Rifle Paper Co., perfect for table numbers / Grey suit with black tie from an Oregon Wedding, photo by Daniel Usenko via Style Me Pretty / Pretty in Peach bouquet, photo by Elizabeth Messina spotted on Style Me Pretty / Banner and Branches invite by Alethea and Ruth, available on Minted / beautiful arrangement perfect for our garden ceremony by Poppies and Posies / Cake from Sweet and Saucy Shop, photography by jacshoot, spotted on Style Me Pretty / Signature Cocktails with quotable drink stirrers via Martha Stewart Weddings / DIY chalkboard sign by Anna via Ruffled

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  1. Pingback: Planning for Paris | Good Old Modern

  2. How gorgeous! I love the Dufy colors!

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