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22/01/16

1. Is There A Colour Scheme?

Many weddings are built around a colour scheme – for example, dusky pinks mixed with greys and taupes graced many a reception venue through 2015. You don’t have to match the colour scheme exactly with your outfit (unless the bride tells you otherwise), but you should keep it in mind and choose something complementary.

For example, if your daughter has gone for one of the muted shades still in vogue for 2016 (according to colour experts, Pantone), such as ‘lilac grey’, ‘rose quartz’ or ‘iced coffee’, you should stick to similarly toned down hues. However, if a bold bright like ‘buttercup’ or fiery orange ‘fiesta’ is on the colour palette, you’ll want to stand out in something vibrant.

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