While not being a lover of gossip and celebrity life, I’m certainly not indifferent to one of the most anticipated weddings of this last period, the wedding of Pippa Middleton.
Beyond the media aspects of this event, any future bride who is organizing her own event, will find useful tips in analyzing this “almost” royal wedding. Whether you have the chance to make a luxury wedding or a low-cost wedding, the care for details and color combinations of Pippa’s wedding are definitely to be taken into consideration.
On May 20, 2017, along with about 130 guests, Kate’s sister flew to the altar with her James Matthews. The religious ceremony began at 11:30 am in the St.Mark Church at Englefield in Berkshire.
The white lace dress of Pippa was designed by Giles Deacon, with short sleeves but no dizzying neckline with an elegant heart-shaped cutout on the back, highlighting the back side shapes that made this beautiful bride so famous for. The dress was paired with ivory shoes by Manolo Blahnik, a traditional veil designed by Stephen Jones and a magnificent hand-made tiara by Robinson Pelham.
Pippa Middleton Wedding Colors
What does not go unnoticed in this event is the attention paid to colors, the palette is used almost maniacally in every details.
The palette used in Pippa Middleton wedding, is a classic of timeless elegance, combining white and ivory of a traditional wedding, with pastel colors of ancient rose and green. It all has a very romantic and vintage flavor, certainly suited for a spring wedding.
Even if you will not spend nearly £ 250,000 like Pippa Middleton’s wedding, it does not mean that with a minimum of research you can make an exclusive and elegant wedding, perhaps by creating a mood board like the one below, to ensure everything is perfectly matched, fitting your personal taste.