Last week we brought you inspiration for your color palette. This week, we’re dressing up mom! Fall mother of the bride dresses are so fun to work with. And at Jasmine Bridal, fabric and color options are endless. From portrait necklines to full Mikado A-line skirts, mom has so many dresses to choose from. Using the color palettes from last week’s post, you’ll get the perfect fall mother of the bride dress to match your maids without mom looking like one!
To build a color palette for your wedding, a great place to start is choosing your dominant or main hue. Then, add another tone a few hues away from it on the color wheel. Because this fall mother of the bride dress is a shade with blue undertones, it perfectly compliments the bridal party. Mothers will not only match the party, but she will certainly stand out with this gorgeous berry hue! With the white florals, mom’s corsage accentuates the beautiful top’s lace pattern while creating texture to the simple chiffon skirt.
As we mentioned in the previous post, blue’s complementary color is orange. So a perfect orange tone fall landscape with beautiful neutrals and mustard yellow bridesmaid dresses sounds ideal. But mom is possibly the real stunner here. With a rich cobalt blue jacquard A-line gown, this fall mother of the bride/groom dress is classic. The asymmetrical shawl keeps her warm while her full skirt keeps her looking like a queen. Also, the luxurious Dana Jacquard is structured and patterned while the bridesmaids gowns have flowing ruffle tops and airy fabrics. This bridal party is the definition of opposites attract.
We are LOVING this fall richness of tones! The marquis satin bridesmaid dresses are a creamy, yet shiny fabric that dulls down the colors we’ve chosen. So it was only necessary to add to the color tone game with a deep berry. The luxuriant nature of the hues will photograph beautifully in either a sunny fall day or gloomy, yet emotion-filled setting. We chose couture satin face chiffon for this fall mother of the bride dress because it tones down the shininess. Though, it has the same milky rich texture. Not only that, the beautiful lace against the illusion neckline and sleeves reflects nature’s gorgeous landscape.
Burgundy and maroons are one of the leading colors in the bridal industry for fall. But green tone mother of the bride dresses are not! This is why we are going against the norm and giving you this unexpected, though absolutely ravishing Jade fall dress. While green and red are complementary colors, Smashing Magazine calls this split complementary colors. “Instead of using colors that are opposites, you use colors on either side of your base hue.” All dresses have similar draping and silhouettes, so it’s no question that they work so well together.
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