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Rustic Winter Wedding Palette: Hunter Green, Mint Green, and Brown

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Hunter green weddings with brown and mint green

Transport the timeless romance of an olive grove wedding scene into the winter season, and you have this gorgeously organic inspiration board (if we dare say so ourselves!). The perfect color palette for this? Hunter green, mint green, and brown. Lush and fresh in an understated way. So richly textured. Does this sound like the winter wedding look you’ve been dreaming of? Come and see how you can make it come true!

Rustic Goes Romantic with Nature-inspired Hues

Winter wedding with rustic hues in hunter green, mint green, and brown. Includes a leafy table setting, bridal bouquet, and hot chocolate tray.

We definitely have nature to thank for all this loveliness. How can you not fall for the rugged charm of a bare wooden table setting laid with a garland of olive sprigs, matched perfectly by a framed seating chart also adorned with leafy garlands?

More greenery takes to the spotlight in a bridal bouquet entwined with a woody vine, as it does on a simple white wedding cake encircled by a woodland-style wreath. An invitation suite featuring ‘botanical’ art continues the look with textured card stock and muted neutral tones. While the sweetest DIY packaging  keeps your wedding favors both ‘in season’ and ‘in theme.’

Finally, what signature drink could be more ideal for this rustic-wintry setting than cozily-wrapped mugs of Mexican hot chocolate! The recipe (in the link) reveals that it’s made with block chocolate, rum, and candied ginger, topped with whipped cream and a pinch of chili powder, and garnished with cinnamon sticks. Need we say more?

Image credits:

table setting – Rylee Hitchner Photography, via Once Wed
invitation suite – Oak & Orchid
wedding cake – A Splendid Occasion / Kate Weinstein Photo, via Grey Likes Weddings
seating chart – Joy Marie Studios, via Junebug Weddings
Mexican hot chocolate – Mint and Mirth / Jennifer Fujikawa Photography, via Something Borrowed
bouquet – Erin Johnson Photography, via Done Brilliantly
favor packaging – Design Sponge

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