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The Hottest Color of 2020 Weddings

When you think about 2020, brightness and positivity might not be the first words that come to mind — but they do describe the hottest wedding color of the year! Paying homage to the 70’s, mustard is a balance between bold and muted, offering so many possibilities within your Wedding Dresses. It’s equally retro and modern and can evoke a rustic vibe or preppy aesthetic depending on how you incorporate the color into your wedding palette! Browse our favorite ways to use sunny, comforting mustard on your wedding day below:

Tablescapes

Bring attention to certain aspects of your reception by limiting mustard to a certain space. Concentrating color is a great way to make something stand out without going overboard.

Venue Styling

When adding a touch of vibrancy to your big day details, break it up with texture and patterns! This is a wonderful way to accentuate the vintage feel of your decor.

Florals

Get playful with pairing! Just because mustard isn’t as muted as white doesn’t mean you can’t pair it with other colorful hues! Color block with neutrals or another pop of warmth like peach, clementine, or marigold for an extra punch of fun. The most gorgeous mustard-colored blooms: sunflowers, marigolds, ranunculus and craspedia.

Accessories

Mustard isn’t only taking over the wedding industry. You’ll see it trend in the fashion and interior design worlds as well – so use this to your advantage! Make your getting ready photos extra fun with mustard robes and hair accessories for you and your ‘maids.

Dessert Bar

Who knew mustard could be so sweet? Add a touch of this trending hue to your dessert bar with floral details, cake toppers, and treats.

No matter how you incorporate this bold and beautiful shade into your big day, it’s sure to be on-trend! Show us how you styled your wedding day details – share your story here.

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