Orange Gray Wedding Invitations | Simple Monogram
When it comes to choosing a classic color theme for a wedding with a pop of color that really spices things up, I will always favor a gray mixed with a gorgeous crisp orange. This color combination is perfect for any summer or even fall wedding, as the orange warms the theme, creating a fresh and vibrant feel- definitely a wedding were modern accessories and accents can be experimented with. This theme inspiration board is completely inspired by the gray orange wedding invitations with simple monogram initial pictured above by the Monogram Gallery. They are the perfect choice for this wedding theme, as they are elegant and feature elements that are completely customizable and interchangeable. Personalize the wedding invitation one hundred percent with your own wedding information, but also play around with the colors! Add RSVP cards or thank you cards that have matching colors or even opposite! These invitations are easy to customize and extremely fun to play around with (even choose a different color theme!)
I always recommend doing some background research for decorations. Why not explore the option of having cool paper decorations for your wedding reception, such as the Chinese inspired paper balls pictured above. They are hip and definitely make a statement. Play around with different arrangements and of course colors. I think the idea of three mini wedding cakes featuring different geometric designs is also really sweet. Why choose one design when you can have multiple? (If only this worked with engagement rings…)
As for the wedding attire, don’t go too crazy with your shades of orange, but add just enough to make it noticeable within your theme. A gray suit paired with an orange boutonniere, tie or handkerchief looks very smart and gray bridesmaids dresses will look sleek and sexy paired with an orange floral bouquet. If you happen to have children participating in the wedding as well, such as flower girls and ring bearers, they could look absolutely adorable such as the kids pictured above in gray and orange.
Try it out and let me know what you chose!