Grayed jade is a colour you don’t often see and certainly a beautiful one. We love the way it’s used in this inspirational wedding shoot. From the bridal shoes to the wedding invitations, this Pantone colour is a hit for weddings in any season!

What to Look for in a Venue for a Grayed Jade Wedding

Whether you’re planning an indoor celebration or outdoor reception and ceremony, grayed jade is a stunning colour for your wedding. It is versatile and timeless and complements various wedding venues. It is also so great, as it matches any wedding theme, from a whimsical garden to romantic and modern weddings.

You can always organise a grayed jade wedding at any location, from beaches, ranches, and barns to reception halls, hotels, and state-of-the-art restaurants, no matter what time of the year you plan to marry. Your imagination is the only limit to where you can take your guests on your grayed jade wedding.

Reception Decor for a Grayed Jade Wedding

Grayed jade is an excellent choice for any wedding style. It offers pristine charm and unrivaled sophistication, and we just can’t get enough of it! Your reception area will look inviting and leave your guests in awe with such a refreshing, nature-inspired motif. What’s more, it’s easy to combine with various design elements and features.

Tap into your imagination and think outside the box for decor pieces you can incorporate into your reception space. Besides greenery and floral arrangements, there’s no question that candles, lamps, lanterns, glassware, and even books make incredible centrepieces. Lighting can also transform your reception area, adding warm touches and flair to your celebration.

Colour Palettes for a Grayed Jade Wedding

Grayed Jade is not only becoming a favourite colour trend in fashion, but it has also grown in popularity in the wedding industry. It is elegant, sweet, and absolutely gorgeous. It works well with different colours, creating a unique vibe for every celebration. You'll never go wrong with this wedding colour, whether you’re looking for something classy and stylish or dreamy and ethereal.

You can pair grayed jade with almost everything, from cool blues and pastel pinks to bright whites and soft grays. It would also look romantic with navy blue and terracotta. Combine it with a blush of pink and spring-time pastels, and it will create feelings of relaxation and calmness.

Dresses & Accessories for a Grayed Jade Wedding

If you’re looking for a way to step out of the traditional white bridal gown, grayed jade wedding dresses are the way to go. There are many subtle shades of grayed jade gowns you can choose from that will make you stand out on your big day. But if you want to keep your white wedding dress, why not pick this multi-faceted hue for your bridesmaids to match the theme? Your bridal entourage will surely exude daintiness in their grayed jade ensembles.

For accessories, complete the bridal set with pearls and chalcedony. Or find wedding jewellry in jade, purple, and delicate shades of aquamarine. Tiny crystals on a headpiece will also add the right touch of sparkle, but you can always go for a floral crown for a magical vibe.

Bouquets & Boutonnieres for a Grayed Jade Wedding

There’s definitely something captivating with the combination of gray and jade for weddings. It’s organic, fresh, and stylish, perfect for every season, and fits any style. And you won’t have a problem finding the right florals for wedding bouquets and boutonnieres.

Eucalyptus and dusty millers are some of the gorgeous fillers you can use. But you can opt for air plants or lamb’s ear and then mix them with garden roses and peonies. You can also pair it with ivories and sweet peach blossoms to achieve simple elegance or splash in some yellow blooms to add something bright and warm into the colour palette. Any way you arrange the wedding flowers and greenery, you’ll be sure to love it.

Wedding Invitations for a Grayed Jade Wedding

Wedding invitations should give guests a glimpse into your event and create a lasting impression. You want to send out those artistic invitations to ignite their curiosity and build anticipation about your wedding. That’s why it’s important to design beautiful invitation cards that people will think twice before throwing out, and you can turn into a cherished keepsake.

Keep it simple but not dull, and make sure it highlights your wedding theme. It doesn’t have to be printed on a grayed-jade-coloured paper, but add hints of your wedding colour to give them a sneak peek of what’s to come. If you have the talent for drawing, your guests will love your personal touch on your wedding invitations.

Wedding Cake Ideas for a Grayed Jade Wedding

The best wedding cakes should not only satisfy your sweet tooth but must also please your eyes. So besides the flavour, it should also clearly represent the couple, their wedding, and style. Thankfully, a grayed jade wedding gives you so much freedom to design your reception dessert the way you want without sacrificing taste.

The classic white cake adorned with succulents or decorated with edible flowers will often do the trick. Leafy vines and flower wreaths also make fantastic cake decorations. But if you’re feeling extra creative, make a statement by creating a gilded watercolour cake that matches your colour palette.

Wedding Photo Shoot Ideas for a Grayed Jade Wedding

Are you ready to be smitten by the sense of quietness and peaceful vibe of a grayed jade wedding? Gather the props, show your favourite poses, and capture special moments to immortalise the experience on your big day. Don’t forget to have venue shots, including interior and exterior details, the ceremony site, and flowers.

Photograph the floral arrangements, including the stylish wedding bouquets and centrepieces. Take photos of the couple’s accessories and the cake before the newly-wed share a slice. And of course, no wedding photo album is complete without a portrait of the bride smiling beautifully in front of the camera.

Favours & Gifts for a Grayed Jade Wedding

You can choose a fun element representing your wedding colour to incorporate into your wedding favours. It can be as simple as a grayed jade satin ribbon tied on custom candles or mason jar favours. Personalised gift bags are also fun items for guests to take home.

For a soft, nature-inspired colour palette, blooming plants and greenery can be the best gift you can give as a token of gratitude to attendees who became a part of one of the most significant milestones in your life. Herbs, succulents, and air plants are versatile wedding favours that can become happy reminders of your wedding day for attendees.

Outdoor Wedding Ideas for a Grayed Jade Wedding

There’s no limit to the flowers you can include in your decor and style you can achieve with a grayed jade wedding. Create a floral backdrop for the ceremony or a flower archway to add personality to your wedding. Then, impress your guests with a customised wedding sign for your backyard party.

There’s also natural lighting, and plenty of elements are available in your surroundings to create an ethereal look. It doesn’t matter if it’s in a public park, farm, barn, forest, or by the lake. This unique wedding colour will breathe life into the most mundane outdoor venue and turn it into a celebration space that will make your heart flutter.

Grayed Jade

Greyed Jade is one of my favourite Pantone colours and this Greyed Jade wedding inspiration board pairs it with beautiful springtime pastels and a blush pink.

Grayed Jade Wedding

Greyed Jade is lovely because it is more sophisticated and romantic than mint, but still has that fresh look that mint weddings have. It works well in any season, but I love it most for winter or spring weddings. For winter weddings it adds an air of whimsy and for spring weddings it pairs well with a beautiful soft pastel colour palette!

Details to adore:

grayed jade and white shoes
ivory white wedding cake

Credits: photo credits: shoes via Bride and Breakfast, photographed by Toto Villaruel // bride from Style Me Pretty, photographed by Artiese Studios, hair & makeup by Aglow by Joan // cake via Reverie Magazine // chairs with ribbons from Style Me Pretty, photographed by Simply Bloom Photography // escort card keys from Southern Weddings, photographed by Veil and Bow // invitations from Wedding Chicks, photographed by Rachel Peters, designed by Kim Roach // bouquet from Style Me Pretty, photographed by Elizabeth Messina, floral design by Rani Hoover.

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