Photos (clockwise from top right): Rippee Photography; Robert Mitra; Dyad Photography
A yellow-and-gray color palette may remind you of summer, but this ultra-chic scheme — a popular combo on recent ready-to-wear runways including J. Mendel's Spring 2014 show (above) — works for nearly any season.
Also, these shades don't discriminate: Neither overtly feminine or masculine, this color scheme should and would satisfy both you and your groom.
Naturally fresh and fashionable, these two hues work best for a city ceremony or museum venue. If you want to try this look at a more rustic affair — held in a barn or in a mountainside lodge — look for more floral elements with an antique feel to offset gray's inherently modern effect.
No matter what type of big day you envision, these two shades easily suit any style.
Pictured above: Invitation $350 for 100 sets, Julia's Poppies; Necklace $410, Swarovski; Shoes $850, Casadei; Bridesmaid Dress $325, Monique Lhuillier; Bouquet $250, Rebecca Shepherd Floral Design; Cake $9 per slice (serves 120), Lulu Cake Boutique; Candleholders from $25 each, Sagaform