This wedding picture perfectly captures the sepia tone that is classic, rich and modern.
Sepia is a brown-gold tone color range that is used to age photographs or to give an antique look. While there's nothing antique about the elements in the photo above, the thematic element IS THE SEPIA.
Look at the bride's dress to begin with! Stunning! The flowers are cream and then range in color from there--not a trace of white! The chairs are fruitwood chiavari and the venue is painted in a creamy pink. All this, when mixed together, gives a truly remarkable sepia look.
What are your thoughts on this idea for your wedding? It's a way to get a golden hue to your wedding without introducing actual gold elements, which can be garish and off-putting at times. It really depends on your style and how you want to work it.