By Domino Staff

Published on November 11, 2016

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Photography by WEDDING CHICKS

The ombré trend is stylish, fun, and easy to achieve. It’s also a beautiful way to play with color at a wedding. Here are 15 ways to try it at your nuptials.

Ombré Cake



Instead of traditional white, ask a baker to add various colors to your cake. 

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Photography by COLIN COWIE WEDDINGS

Ombré Bouquet



Monochromatic bouquets are everywhere, but picking a color is challenging. Instead, choose them all with ombré flowers that go from pale pink to deep red.

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Photography by ASHLEIGH JAYNE WEDDINGS

Cake Balls



Cake balls are a fantastic alternative to traditional wedding cake—and they’re even better in a variety of colors.

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Photography by MARTHA STEWART WEDDINGS

Dip-Dyed Napkins



This simple DIY will instantly dress up your table.

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Photography by ORLANDO SCIENCE CENTER

Constellation Cake



Whether you’re astrology buffs, or star-crossed lovers, this cake will be a conversation piece at any wedding.

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Photography by JESSICA WITHEY

Balloon Arch



Proving that balloon arches can be grownup and elegant, this one combines balloons, flowers, twigs, and ribbons for a result that’s seriously pretty.

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Photography by LITTLE GREEN NOTEBOOK

Apple Votive Candles



If you love going to farmers markets and apple picking together, show off that quirk with your tablescapes. These DIY votive holders are beautiful, colorful, and loaded with natural charm.

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Photography by HI MISS PUFF

Seating Cards



No, it’s not the paint aisle in Home Depot; it’s a multi-hued seating chart and the latest pin on your wedding ideas board.

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Photography by APRIL LOOK

Bow Ties



Guys should be able to get in on the fun, too. Plus, with a variety of hues, each groomsman can choose his favorite.

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Photography by THIS MODERN ROMANCE

Bridesmaid Dresses



Not only does this trend look great in photos, it also makes it so much easier on your bridal party. Just pick a shade, and let them choose the rest.

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Photography by EMMA’S LIEBLINGSSTUECKE

Blackberry Dessert



Not feeling cake? Try these purple-hued desserts instead. Your guests will be Instagramming for days.

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