Gingerbread Latte Sips and Swirls: Wedding Inspiration
Even as the days grow a little bit longer, I’m not finding much change in the temperature, are you? It’s still cold enough that I’m periodically rushing down the road to the nearest café in Covent Garden to get my fix of coffee… with a shot of gingerbread syrup!
Yes, I know Gingerbread Lattes tend to be the coffee choice of November and December, with Vanilla Lattes taking over in the New Year, but I’m still a firm lover of this spicy latte. So, to celebrate it, I have come up with a wedding inspiration board based on the beverage, which I hope you all enjoy! These are some of my favourite colours together, so let me know what you think.
Vintage Styled Model in Coffee Brown Dress from Enchanted Atelier | Coffee Wedding Table Décor from Intimate Weddings | Kissing Gingerbread Biscuits from The Perfect Palette on Pinterest | Gingerbread Bronze Wedding Shoes with Bows from Style Me Pretty | Coffee with Cinnamon Cream from The Galley Gourmet | Lace Dress with Bronze Sash from Studio Bella
More subtle and subdued than close cousins silver and gold, Bronze Brown is a perfect way to add a touch of shine to a wedding scheme. To be included in small doses – your wedding sash, as a ribbon around your wedding cake, as the ribbon tied around your bouquet and to be incorporated into table décor.
The neutral, lighter element of this scheme, Desert Sand Brown would work best as the colour of your dress and the suit of your groom. It would also look beautiful as the main colour of your table setting. A shade darker than ivory, this colour would suit an autumn or winter wedding best.
Despite it being the darkest colour in this wedding scheme, Wood Brown is the earthy, warming element that evokes the rich smell of coffee which has inspired this wedding scheme. A natural colour, it would work well as the dominant colour of your wedding décor from chairs and tables. Deep and warm, it would also be echoed in the mugs of steaming coffee and rich coffee cake at your reception dinner.
Rust Brown represents the gingerbread element of this scheme. Spiced and warming, this colour would work beautifully in your wedding accessories from shoes to hairpins. Include ginger in your soup and serve gingerbread biscuits at your dessert table.