by: Lauren

Oh my goodness, two inspiration boards two weeks in a row?! I know you all are proud! ;) Well, we can essentially thank my wonderful wedding pro friends for the boards, because I get to have fun creating and designing these boards, and then they help me bring them to life!

This board today is all about sherbet. Not just one color of sherbet either- all of them! It’s a lovely mixture of colors that are pastel, yet can also be more bold by just going a few tones deeper. Add in a few vintage and delicate design elements with the pops of sherbet colors and you have yourself some Dainty Sherbet inspiration!

Inspiration Board: Dainty Sherbet via

Row 1: Invite, Centerpiece, Placesetting, Bouquet, Cake

Row 2: Color Palette, Ice Cream Bowls, Cake, Plates, Sherbet

Row 3: Table, Bouquet, Flowers


I’m loving the mixtures of all the colors! I’m still deciding which way I want to go with the general design. My options are more vintage or more modern. This board is lending more towards the vintage, but it all comes down to the details and elements that I use. What do you think? Which style would you want to see in this “Dainty Sherbet” color palette? Vintage or modern? Help me out! :)

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Inspiration Board: Dainty Sherbet via


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Lauren Grove is the editor and owner of Every Last Detail. A clueless bride-turned-wedding planner, Lauren uses her experiences and knowledge to educate and inspire brides all over the world.

6 responses to Inspiration Board: Dainty Sherbet

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  1. Cindy P

    Vintage! It would be awesome with the sherbet colors. To me sherbet just screams vintage! I love it.

  2. Brynn

    I love sherbert! daiquiri ice at baskin robbins yum! The best thing about this palette is you can use it for any season. stick to the warmer tones in the fall and it doesn’t feel like easter!

  3. nikki

    Definitely vintage! This is very similar to the color palette I’m using for my wedding!

  4. Glamour and Grace

    I’m going to shake it up and say modern, just because I feel like I have seen this combo done vintage before, and I would love to see the fresh breath of a modern take be put on it :)

  5. Leagh@bunchesdirect

    Sherbet colors are a breath of colors. They are very light, incredibly feminine and delicate tones. Your wedding will be very elegant and airy) Great pictures!

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