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Mix white with a tinge of yellow, and you get ivory. This shade of off-white earns its name from the tusks and teeth of animals and has been used since the 1300s. It usually evokes the same feeling of purity and calmness that white does but with the added warmth of yellow.

As a neutral shade, you can easily pair it with any other color. As a wedding color, ivory is often used with closely similar colors like beige and gold. It can also be used as an accent to navy blue or maroon for a stronger palette.

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