If you're familiar with Recommended venue, The Canary Shed, you'll know the ceiling is usually littered with colourful paper cranes. But this muted colour palette and boho wedding inspiration is about to throw that vision out of the window and introduce a new one! Cue drapes, macrame shades, Persian Rugs and wicker peacock chairs. It's delicious, it's dreamy, and you'll be forgiven for thinking you are anywhere but in Essex. There's an old cliché that says beige is boring - well, not in this instance and certainly not with images captured by Recommended photographer Aurora Grey Photography. Wait until you see the cake table with cakes designed by Recommended supplier RT Cakes and a champagne tower beautifully displayed on vintage dressers.

Boho wedding inspiration at The Canary Shed with a muted colour palette

Our vision was to create a romantic and chic wedding shoot at The Canary Shed with a boho twist and muted colour palette.

Kate - Foil Events

Muted Colour Palette

The Canary Shed is an utterly unique wedding venue, perfect for rustic themes, industrial vibes and boho celebrations like this inspiration. The muted colour palette combined with the drapes, macrame lamps, wool rugs, and wicker chairs softens the space. And the cute glass, romantic candlelight, floral arrangements and stoneware table decor by Recommended Decor & Hire supplier Black Saucers enhances the space even more. Talk about mind-blowing sensory overload.

Wedding Fashion

The model bride wore a strapless wedding dress with puff sleeves giving this boho inspiration a modern edge. She paired her bridal gown with geometric earrings, sleek back hair, and natural wedding makeup, complementing the muted colour palette. Her groom wore a horseshoe waistcoat and tails, proving sartorial outfits look just as good in boho settings. The capture of the couple filling their champagne tower is pure flames.

Add texture to your day to create a sensory overload

For couples wanting to emulate a similar style, I'd recommend building from a tonal, earthy colour palette and adding a luxury edge with mixed glass, stoneware and metals. Making sure these elements are more modern and angular will prevent it from falling too far into a festival theme. Instead, it will create an understated style with a touch of glamour and a luxe finish. For some, working with a more muted colour palette may seem intimidating, but focusing on the sensory nature of what you use will help you bring everything to life. 

Kate - Foil Events

We're certain you found this muted colour palette wedding inspiration anything but beige and boring. In fact, we're convinced you liked it so much you want to see more boho wedding inspiration. Lucky for you, you can filter all of our inspirational articles by type. There you'll find rustic, classic, industrial and more themes, because, the inspiration doesn't have to stop at this article.

Lorna Shaw

Written by Lorna Shaw

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Photographer: Aurora Gray Photography | Venue : The Canary Shed | Cakes: RT Cakes | Crockery and Tableware: Black Saucers | Planning & Design: Foil Events | Florist: The Event Stylists | Wedding Dress: Charlie Brear - Seraphine dress with Serena sleeve | Bridal Boutique : Bustle and Bow | Rings: Bespoke Wedding Rings | Hair & Makeup Stylist: Makeup by Zhana | Videography: A Thing Like That | Stationery and Macrame Decorations: East Four | Champagne Saucers: Harriet's Table | Earrings: Muted Luxe | Furniture & Props: Anthology Vintage Hire | Fabric Installation + Table fabrics: Mia Sylvia | Celebrant: Lucie Penn | Bride: Monika | Groom: James

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