A lot of brides and grooms would recoil in horror at the idea of a ‘brown’ wedding colour palette but renaming it to ‘chocolate’ immediately enhances its appeal don’t you think?

This often overlooked colour is rich, warm and just perfect for a rustic or autumnal wedding celebration. Here’s how to get the look:

  • Touches of cream or ivory prevents brown from being too overbearing
  • Add brass, gold or antique wood accents for a luxurious touch
  • Why not serve chocolate inspired cocktails to your guests too or set up a hot chocolate station with marshmallows, sprinkles and personalised stirrers.

Would you brave brown as your main wedding colour?


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About the Author

Rachael is a UKAWP accredited wedding planner and the owner of Lovestruck. Based in Berkshire, she’s been helping couples across London and the South East to plan their perfect wedding since 2012.

She loves epic checklists, heartfelt wedding details and country walks (as long as they end at the pub.)

Her dislikes include all flying insects, bad timekeeping and most wedding chair covers.

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