There are certain colors that we all know match: black and white, blue and silver or red and gold. But those aren't your only options for your wedding. Unexpected combos like purple, blue and blush are pretty, modern and totally gorgeous!
A hand tied bridal bouquet of Blue Hydrangeas, Blush Pink Roses, Blue Delphinium, Lavender Stock and Solidaster makes a beautiful statement!
A very approachable and easy to execute combo -- lavender looks so sweet when paired with blush & lush greenery.
Dessert tables have really hit the headlines recently and stylish table fare is set to continue to be a huge trend for weddings. A tempting dessert table is a popular choice for many reasons, but mainly for adding interest and decor to what might otherwise be a blank corner of your reception space and for providing a spread of delectable desserts for your wedding guests.
With this color palette an elegant affair wouldn’t be complete without a blush and lavender dessert table, featuring delicate french macaroons and delicious candy pops.
The best part about these colors is how surprisingly translatable they are. Push the lavender with a deeper purple if you're having a formal ballroom wedding, or wash your reception in powder blue and little splashes of dark purple for a more casual vibe.
See what I mean? Utterly gorgeous and I am a little bit in love with that wedding cake!
The key to pulling off this combo is to include a more subdued version of both colors so that they complement and don't compete.
Your bridesmaids will love you for letting them flaunt their own style on your big day.
When executed correctly, mismatched bridesmaid dress colors, and styles, will make your bridesmaids totally stand out—and different styles allow each bridesmaid to find a hue, cut and fabric perfectly suited (and flattering) for them. Most importantly, when your bridesmaids like what they're wearing, it'll show in your photos!
Your wedding colors should capture and evoke the mood you want for your nuptials.
From the romantic ceremony to the trendy reception decor, this glamorous affair remains flawless to the core!
However you choose to incorporate your colors into your wedding, remember that they should complement, not overpower any of the elements, and most importantly, they should complement you!
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