Features
Fresh Palettes: New Debut Motif Ideas to Try, Stat!
Reveal your true colors with these new ideas for debut motifs.
Photos courtesy of Bridalbook.ph

Your chosen debut motif can help set the mood for your party. You can incorporate your favorite color into your palette, but remember that you don't have to stick to one or two colors for your theme. Below, we share spunky color combos that will leave your guests in awe.

Debut MotifTeal + Chartreuse + Purple + Yellow + White
This palette says "Rise and shine" with its happy colors! Yellow lends an effortlessly inviting feel, giving your debut a cheerful vibe even if it rains on the day of your party. Teal, chartreuse, purple, and white complete the unexpected mix. This palette is especially perfect if you're celebrating outdoors--or if you want your indoor debut to have that ray of sunshine!

Debut MotifRed + Violet + White + Black + Silver
Red and black colors are a classic pairing that's been used in many parties. Add an extra dose of drama to the palette with another rich color like violet. To give your bold motif a breather, incorporate another neutral and a metallic--white and silver are perfect choices.

Debut MotifFuchsia + Coral + Gold + Rose Gold
Pink is a well-loved color among debutantes, but you can make your debut different with this palette. Pink and coral are girly, yet make for an unusual palette. Have other details in metallic shades--yellow and rose gold will add warmth to your motif.

Debut MotifGreen + White + Gold + Bronze + Silver
If an elegant debut party is what you desire, this combination of metallic hues and green is perfect for you. Celebrate a debut that radiates your beauty and glamour with gold, bronze, and silver. Strike a nice balance with the metallics by incorporating white and green, which easily bring a breath of fresh air.

your REACTION
HEART

40

CUTE

19

EWW

6

YAY

6

OMG

5

BOO

4

/////////////////////////////
COMMENTS. JOIN THE DISCUSSION BELOW!
VIEW more ARTICLES ABOUT
Comments
latest on CandyMag.com
 
x
Share
But I want you to know that I tried my best.
 
x
Share
The up-and-coming musicians and childhood friends talk about their music, creative process, and why it's important to be woke.
 
x
Share
Because when it comes to a great lip game, there's really no need to splurge!
 
x
Share
A different language sheds new light on everyday terms.
 
x
Share
Take advantage of the cooler weather in the metro!
 
x
Share
Here's why you shouldn't feel insecure when you're the last to stay single.
 
x
Share
Plus his brand new music video for his latest single, "Too Much To Ask."
 
x
Share
These ponytails may be ~extra~, but can totes be copped at home!
LOAD MORE ARTICLES