Grey or is it gray? Either way you spell it, we are absolutely obsessing over this classic and romantic color for all seasons. Here is some gorgeous, eye candy for your own wedding planning inspiration.

The combination of grey with a pastel hue, such as pink, soft blues and yellow creates the perfect balance; a touch of polished, and a dash of feminine.

Photo credits: Left invitation suite found on Snippet and Ink. Right invitation suite found on 100 Layer Cake designed by the bride herself.


Incorporating grey to a neutral color palette adds dimension and interest, whilst also reminding us of a vintage sweater or comfy throw blanket. The combination of sophistication and comfort are perfect for your Big Day, and the groom will be thankful as well!

The image by Bayly & Moore Photography found on Ruffled Blog.


Who doesn’t love a Chanel pendant? Who doesn’t like a dainty bow? The juxtaposition of this sweet sling-back sandal, with the warmth of the pewter pop of color is just the right amount of refinement and elegance you need.

Photo credit: Left image found on Wedding Chicks. Right image found on Wedding Chicks.


Incorporate a bold hue in your bouquet or hair accessory and transform your pale grey color scheme from cosy to contemporary.

or The image by Charlotte Jenks Lewis Photography found onStyle Me Pretty.


Most of us have chanced the ombré trend a couple of seasons back, from our hair, to the cute Maxi dress you found on sale at Nordstrom. But what about a dove grey ombré cake, with romantic texture and precise execution. Exhibit A knocks our socks off…well more like our Chanel sling-backs!

Photo credit: Left wedding cake found on Tumblr. Right wedding cake found on Style Me Pretty and photographed by Ron Miller Photography.


Your bridesmaids will be thrilled when they know you’ve chosen a hue for them that is both flattering and transitional. Your girls will compliment you perfectly in a sophisticated palette and flirty hemline.

Photo found on Elizabeth Anne Designs.


Have your florist add grey fillers to your arrangements, and instantly you will add depth and dimension to your centerpieces.

Photo credit: Left image found on Carats & Cake. Right image found onBurnetts Boards and photographed by Melanie Gabrielle.

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