The Pantone color of the year may be marsala, but I personally have a serious crush on anything chambray and may or may not own way too many chambray shirts, skirts and dresses in my closet. So today I am here sharing some of my favorite pins of how to incorporate chambray into your wedding. From paint swatch escort cards to chambray fabric backdrops to chambray bridesmaids dresses... there are so many fun ways to get unique and use this trend.

For a fall outdoor wedding why not have a chambray shirt you can throw over your dress when it gets chilly at night? Or even just for a few fun pictures? Our Vivian-Sage gown by Rebecca Schoneveld would be the perfect dress for a shirt to put over it. The dress itself is a soft chiffon flowy gown that is simple and can be accessorized in so many ways to create a personalized and unique look. Or you could always pair a tulle skirt with a chambray shirt for either a bridal look or for your bridesmaids in a shorter skirt length. Lets not forget using chambray fabric in other ways such as ceremony aisle markers or possibly around your bouquet. And don't forget the boys, for a casual laid back look dress the boys up in chambray. 

What is your favorite way to incorporate chambray (or your favorite color) into your wedding? Would you rock an everyday shirt with your bridal gown? x, n

{Photo Credits} Header via Green Wedding Shoes, photography by Tiffani Jones // Escort cards via Style Me Pretty, photography by  // Ceremony backdrop via Green Wedding Shoes, photography by Tiffani Jones // Vivian-Sage by Rebecca Schoneveld, available at Ivory + Beau // Chambray shirt via Every Last Detail, photography by Amy Nicole Photo // Bouquet via Martha Stewart Weddings, by Bash Please, photography by Charleystar Photo // Groomsman via Wedding Chicks, photography by Janelle Marina

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