Choosing a pallet for your wedding is of integral importance: Your colors set the mood and tone of your special day. Marsala, a rich, earthy shade of burgundy, was titled Pantone’s 2015 color of the year. Named after an Italian wine, marsala fits with many wedding themes and colors schemes. Here are some ideas on how to incorporate this mesmerizing tone into your wedding color palette.
Bring a chic, modern look to your wedding colors by incorporating marsala colored calla lilies. For this simple splash of color, arrange a few marsala lilies in the bottom of a tall rectangular glass vase. Next, fill the vase with water to magnify the magnificent, encapsulated flowers. Top this simple decoration off by placing a floating candle in the vase.
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Place Card Pomegranates
Add an enchanting, earthy to your wedding colors by incorporating marsala-toned preserved fruits such as figs or pomegranates. Recreate this enticing banquet tablescape with glowing candles, sophisticated settings, and dried pomegranates. Begin by lining your long table with glass pillar candleholders filled with white votive candles. Next, arrange silver charger plates at each place setting, and top with simple china and cloth napkins. Lastly, place a preserved pomegranate holding a place card on each plate to guide guests to their seats.
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Create attention-grabbing, nature-inspired centerpieces with wine-stained flowers and gnarled branches. For this rustic wedding color pallet of marsala, beige, and brown, start with an unfinished burlap fabric table square. Next, select a large, sturdy tapered glass vase to hold your branches and flowers. Used deep, marsala-hued preserved rosebuds attached to floral stems to create an eye-catching bouquet for your vase. Next, insert a few handfuls of curling willow branches into your vase of flowers, to bring a rogue, rustic component to your display. Complete your centerpiece by scattering preserved burgundy rose petals around the base of your vase.
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For regal flair at your outdoor reception, add a touch of gold to your tablescape or centerpiece. Utilize gold and marsala as your wedding colors as they harmonize well together, and bring warmth to their environment. Fashion this stunning tablescape by starting with a crisp, white linen table runner as a chic foundation for your rich color pallet. Next, place a golden candelabra filled with marsala tapers atop your runner, centering your display. Garnish your candles with an antique gold compote vase filled with fresh white flowers, sprigs of eucalyptus, and silk burgundy sunflowers. Arrange heirloom glass goblets on your table, adding a vintage element to your banquet.
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If you and your betrothed are planning a staunchly traditional wedding, this cake idea might be the perfect way to infuse decadence into your décor. For this marsala wedding decoration, begin with a white fondant tiered cake, ready for adornment. Wrap luxurious marsala-toned velvet ribbon around the base of each tier to add sumptuous texture and dimension. Next, select preserved burgundy rose heads and silk rose petals, and lightly paint the tips of the petals with Aileen’s tacky glue. While the glue is still wet, sprinkle fake snow powder on your buds and petals, and allow them to set. Once your frosted flowers are dry, use UGLU dashes to adhere them to the top and sides of the cake. For an enchanting arrangement, position the petals in a cascading formation, as if they are tumbling from the top.
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Juxtapose rich, modern colors and rustic textures with this marsala wedding decoration. For this wedding color decoration, start with a wire or wood stand as the foundation for your centerpiece. Utilize a vintage milk can as your vase, incorporating country charm. Next, place a bunch of dried burgundy caspia and a bundle of burgundy fern branches in your makeshift vase, spreading them out in a powdery spray. The last step to completing this centerpiece arrangement is to place a wooden table number next to the stand.
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For an intimate touch at your wedding reception, put marsala-colored cloth to use. This wedding color idea adds a rich component to your tablescape, and ties together earthy and pastel tones. For this look, start with golden charger plates with detailed edges to incorporate texture to your display. Next wrap dinner plates in a thick band of sangria tulle and place them atop the gold chargers. Arrange preserved pink rose headsattached to floral wire in a vase, and use as a simple centerpiece. Place a smattering of candle-filled mercury gold votive holders around your floral vase, for a final, enchanting finish.
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