Sage Green: A Little Piece of Nature For Your Wedding

Sage Green: A Little Piece of Nature For Your Wedding

Bringing a piece of nature into your wedding is always a good idea, no matter where you are or what the season is. It seamlessly brings subtlety and serenity to the wedding without any fuss. Whether you are having a garden party or an outdoor rustic wedding, you can’t go wrong with having a little piece of greenery. Inspired by the elegance of nature, Sage Green can be incorporated into every tiny little detail of your wedding. From these stunning wedding invites, to this sophisticated tablescape, you can even elevate your menu with these sage green velvet ribbons for an extra something. We love that this hue can be so easily incorporated into everything and how easy it is to pair with other colors, here are some pairings we are currently obsessed with: 


Sage Green + Pure Jade 

When paired with our Pure Jade shade, it creates an earthy contrast and is perfect for any outdoor weddings with a lot of greenery. We’ve already mentioned how much we love Pure Jade, it is a great color for the fall and winter seasons and the ability to carry the wedding on its own. With the addition of Sage Green, it brightens up the palette and brings a new kind of livelihood to the wedding. 



Sage Green + Whisper Blue

If you’re looking for a more pastel-filled combination, Whisper Blue is a great choice. It’s a subtle contrast to Sage Green and has a soft undertone for those planning for a more relaxed wedding. We love a good Whisper Blue because of its versatility. It can be casual or formal, depending on the style of the dress you are wearing. It is flattering for all shapes and sizes and is just a little more unique than your usual navy. With the addition of Whisper Blue, the overall atmosphere is light and airy that will bring any guest at ease. 

Sage Green + Graphite

Graphite has been a wedding favorite for a couple of seasons now, and it’s not hard to see why- it’s modern, edgy, and stylish. We love the earthy tones of these two colors and the way these two reflect each other. Great for more formal weddings set in chateaus, vineyards, or even ballrooms, these are color combos that are sure to make for a lifetime of memories. 

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