For this wedding inspiration roundup, we've paired dusty pink with ochre for a prairie wedding. Next to dried flowers and prairie grass, these shades are earthy and warm. Dusty pink reminds us of dried blooms and sunrises over the ocean, while ochre reminds us of deep canyons and desert sands. A color combination for the classy-bohemian, ochre and dusty pink look sophisticated posed with glasses of pinot grigio. This palette goes with weddings held in scenic outdoor fields, historic buildings or rustic barn houses. Look through our mood board and click the links below for more inspiration: 1. Dried Prairie Flora Centerpieces: Dried flowers and potpourri was popular in the 80s, has a vintage feel and is making a comeback in 2020. Because the booms aren't fresh, it's eco-friendly, cost-effective, easy to set-up, preserve, and transport. Try ochre or beige clay pottery for your wedding tables. Pampas grass is also a big statement plant for prairie weddings. (Found on Pinterest via greenweddingshoes.com) 2. Bridesmaids Dress: To give your wedding party choices, go for the same shade but in different hues, cuts, and fabrics. This look is trendy and fun. Play with lace and sequined accents. (Found on Pinterest via greenweddingshoes.com) 3. Bouquet: Mix dried prairie grass and flowers with a few live blossoms. This look is balanced, one-of-a-kind, and romantic. (Found on Pinterest via bridalmusings.com) 4. Bridal Jewelry: Gold jewelry matches the warm color palette, and pearl to brings out white lace and matte accents. (Found on Pinterest via bhldn.com) 5. Wedding Invitations: These rustic, yet romantic plantable wedding invitations are printed on handmade, eco-friendly seed paper that will grow beautiful prairie wildflowers when you plant them in soil, leaving no waste behind. Since Botanical PaperWorks also allows for custom colors on almost all of their wedding invitations, it’s easy to match your chosen design to any color palette! (Found on Pinterest on botanicalpaperworks.com) 6. Wedding Cake: This dusty, ombre flower petal design is both delicate and artful. (Found on Pinterest via tahoeunveiled.com) 7. Bridal Shoes: Nude shoes go with almost anything, plus the low heel makes it easy to dance all night. (Found on Pinterest via buzzfeed.com) 8. Boutonniere: From prairie sage seeds to wheat sheaves to rust-colored grasses, Craspedia, poppy seed pods, Baby's Breath, roses, sedum, lavender, carnations, rice flower, protea and helichrysum, or honesty plants, there are many options for dried arrangements. Pick a dark navy or brown tux to complete the look. (Found on Pinterest via bridalmusings.com) 9. Wedding Favors: Blush boxed truffles with wax stamps have an elegant vintage look. (Found on Pinterest via marthastewartweddings.com) Like what you see on our blog? Join our mailing list to receive emails with freebies, projects, coupons, green living tips, and decor ideas and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.