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16 Lovely Décor Ideas for a Grey Wedding Color Palette

Incorporate sleek shades of grey into the design of your wedding ceremony and reception.

16 Lovely Décor Ideas for a Grey Wedding Color Palette

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Photo: KingenSmith

The color grey, while often associated with bleak cloudy days, can create quite the opposite effect when implemented into a wedding color palette. Despite its "colorless" pigment, the neutral hue is a seemingly colorful alternative to other neutrals used in weddings, such as white, ivory, or champagne. Also, since metallic décor details are becoming more and more popular, grey beautifully complements silver embellishments in both ceremony and reception designs. Another advantage of the color grey is that the hue can work just as well for a vintage-themed wedding as it can for a sophisticated opulent celebration.

Couples can choose to highlight a neutral wedding color palette by including vanilla details, silver or mirror accents, and light-colored blooms to grey décor, or punch up a grey color palette with vivid floral centerpieces, vibrant place settings, and colorful paper goods. Bridesmaids and groomsmen dressed in grey attire will allow the bride's gown to stand out and creates a beautiful backdrop for the bouquets and ceremony décor. Also ideal for a lounge area at the reception or an after-party space, grey furniture rentals allow couples to add their personalities to the scene with flowers, plush pillows, and additional décor accents. Wedding cakes can also feature grey embellishments, by way of ribbons or cascading sugar flower petals.

Take a look at 16 ways to use grey in your wedding, below. From the invitations to the wedding favors, these photos from real weddings may make you consider adding grey to your wedding color palette. Click on each image to learn more about the celebration!

1. Wedding Invitation
Grey and silver wedding invitation
Photo by Heather Waraksa

2. Groom's Attire
Groom wearing grey suit and tie on wedding day
Photo by Elizabeth Messina

3. Groomsmen's Attire
Nick Carter's groomsmen in grey suits
Photo by Kris Kan

4. Bridesmaid Dresses
Draped grey bridesmaid dresses
Photo by Caroline Tran

5. Ring Bearer Outfits
Ring bearer in grey newsboy cap and suspenders
Photo by Stacy Newgent; Consulting by Viva Bella Events

6. Ceremony Flower Arrangements
Grey flower box at outdoor wedding ceremony
Photo by Embrace Life Photography; Consulting by Linda Howard Events; Floral Design by The Hidden Garden

7. Ceremony Seating
Chicago ballroom grey wedding ceremony
Photo by KingenSmith

8. Escort Cards
Grey escort cards for wedding with white calligraphy
Photo by Robert Evans Studios

9. Wedding Signage
Grey Laura Hooper Calligraphy wedding sign
Photo by Steve Steinhardt; Calligraphy by Laura Hooper Calligraphy

10. Reception Table Linens
Grey and white striped reception linen
Photo by Sharayamauck Photography

11. Reception Seating
Grey tufted wedding reception chairs
Photo by Daniel Kincaid Photography; Consulting by Bluebell Events; Rentals by Revelry Event Designers

12. Place Setting
Grey textured wedding linen with silver charger
Photo by Heather Waraksa

13. Wedding Lounge Furniture
Dark grey tufted ottoman at wedding lounge
Photo by Karlisch Studio; Consulting by DFW Events; Floral Design by Jackson Durham Events

14. Wedding Favors
Grey koozie wedding favor
Photo by Andi Diamond Photography

15. Bride & Groom Chair Signs
Grey bride and groom chair signs
Photo by Chrisman Studios

16. Wedding Cake
Wedding cake with grey ribbon details
Photo by Images by Berit, Inc.

For more wedding ideas based on your ideal wedding color palette, search our photo galleries by color – or find real weddings in your desired palette and theme by filtering results by color, style, location, and more!

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