Color Crush: Sage

Color Crush: Sage
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Soft and elegant, the lush shade of sage brings out all the delicate details that your wedding has to offer. And what better way to get ready for spring than incorporate an ethereal hue that brings on the charm! From the way it blends beautifully with other colors to using the actual namesake plant, there’s no denying that a sea of sage at your big day is just stunning!  

Calling all garden goddesses in search of an exquisite flower crown!  Sage leaves make for a great base that you can sprinkle with other colorful blossoms.  And speaking of floral fantasies, build your bouquet with an array of all white peonies, sweet peas, and roses with sage leaves to pull it all together. Now that’s what we call a boho blooming beauty!

The only thing that could make this gorgeous green even prettier, is when you see it on an equally lovely dress. Your crew of girls will light up in a flowy and flirty gown! The midi length is just right for the season and the ruffled bodice and flutter sleeves are the sweetest touch. (21704) Looking for something more formal? Keep things classy and fun by pairing satin and sage! Let your girls shine in a sophisticated one-shoulder dress with an oversized bow for a feminine touch. (21682)

One of the best perks of this color is the plant itself!  Not only can you use this cheerful shade in a host of decorative ways, but actual sage is a charming addition to so many wedding details.  Dainty sprigs tied up in your dinner menus, garnished in a cocktail, or even wax sealed into your invitations. Rather than a traditional runner, how dreamy are these oversized sage leaves to cascade down your tables!

Let them eat cake! Or more specifically a decadent one that combines shades of sage and shiny gold! For a more subtle look, go for a naked frosting confection with hints of pale green and speckles of edible gold.  Pistachio macaroons are another cute dessert to keep your green theme going. Mix in some vanilla and strawberry ones for a tower of treats!

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