I’ll admit, I’ve always been a girlie girl. And while there's no color I love more than pink, today I thought I’d bring you a color palette from its sister, peach. It’s such a lovely color, and exceptionally romantic. It can be a soft hue, like the ruffled frosting on a cake, or a bold one, like when using a glass bowl of peaches as part of your centerpiece. I’m still in love with a dress we shot for our ballet story in our Spring 2010 issue -- it’s at once whimsical, flirty, and dramatic, making it the perfect choice for a stunning bridesmaid. And speaking of the bridal party, who says a bride has to wear white? Why not add to the palette by wearing the color yourself, whether you choose a subtle shade for your dress or gorgeous peach-toned heels?
What palette are you choosing for your wedding? And how are you planning on wearing it?
From Top Left: Morganite earrings, Stephen Russell. Table setting, Sean Walker Photography, Carter & Cook Event Co, Posh Paperie. Heels, Martha Stewart Weddings, Editor's Letter, Spring 2009. French macaroons, Hélène Dujardin Photography, Peach-Rose-Champagne Sorbet, Martha Stewart Weddings, Peach Bridesmaid Dress, Martha Stewart Weddings Spring 2010. Peach centerpiece, Sean Walker Photography. Champagne, Martha Stewart Weddings Winter 2006 (more drink ideas). Loose Petal Cake, Martha Stewart Weddings. Bridal Bouquet, Martha Stewart Weddings. Peach Gown, Martha Stewart Weddings. Saturn Peaches by Aran Goyoaga.