Perfect Palette Friday: Chocolate Brown

Choosing chocolate brown as your wedding colors will definitely separate you from all other weddings because it is such a uniquely original and naturally occurring color. Brown is a great color to use if the setting is outdoors, in a log cabin, or definitely in the mountains. Brown is also a great base color because it goes well with many other colors. Here are some tips on how to make it work:

Keep the brown theme going by putting your man in a brown pin stripe suit to keep it dressy enough for a wedding.

Keep the brown theme going by putting your man in a brown pin stripe suit while still keeping it dressy enough for a wedding.

I love this cake because the brown on it is just a small accent to the overall soft ivory look of the cake.

I love this cake because the brown on it is just a small accent to the overall soft ivory look of the cake.

Brown is a very easy color to incorporate in to your bridal bouquet. Simply adding a brown carnation and some twine can be the perfect touch.

Brown is a very easy color to incorporate in to your bridal bouquet. Simply adding a brown carnation and some twine can be the perfect touch.

A chocolate buffet is a great way to add your color into the whole ambiance of the wedding and it is a yummy treat for the guest as well.

A chocolate buffet is a great way to add your color into the whole ambiance of the wedding and it is a yummy treat for the guest as well.

Adding a chocolate sash to your dress can add just enough of your wedding color without it looking tacky. Brown is a wonderful accent on a wedding dress because it is a classy looking color by "nature"- pun intended.

Adding a chocolate sash to your dress can add just enough of your wedding color without it looking tacky. Brown is a wonderful accent on a wedding dress because it is a classy color by “nature”- pun intended.