Post # 1
So my fiance and I have been talking, and we feel it would be best if we have a smaller wedding sooner, than a potentially larger wedding later. We have both been under a great deal of stress, and the wedding is part of the majority of it, we are barely making ends meet as it is, and saving up so much money of so long of time has been making it even harder for us to just get by. All the money I get goes towards something for the wedding, and I’d rather have a smaller intimate wedding with just close friends and family sooner, and get it over and done than to hold out and have a larger, more expensive wedding later. My colors were Red and Black, but now we have moved it to a different season, which comes with different colors…I was thinking Brown and a mint green, but I’m not sure what I colors I should do. We have moved the wedding to November, which is fall, and we kind of want fall colors, but I don’t know what colors really look good together. If anyone has any ideas, they would be greatly appreciated, pictures help me tons to see what it may look like all put together.
Post # 3
all sorts of colors look good together for fall. since you were thinking of using red before you moved the wedding date, why don’t you still consider it? Maybe you can use red along with brown, orange and yellow. I am using a darker shade of red with an eggplant color for my fall wedding. Not your normal fall color combo, but I like it. just look up fall weddings on google and you can find all sorts of pictures and see what you like best.
Post # 4
Jewel colors are fall colors. This is your gold, musturd yellow, burnt orange, orange, dark navy blue, dark purple, dark reds, dark emerald greens, and chocolate!
For my fall wedding we are doing burnt orange, orange, rust red color, black, and a hint of chocolate.
here is a color chart for fall colors:
Post # 5
If you want to use minty green color, I think using navy blue with it would be a very pretty combination. Although after doing a quick google search, if you’re not careful, it might look more springtime (at least to me).
If I have a fall wedding, I think I’d go with eggplant and a nice pumpkin-y color. I did a google search and it sent me back to the bee, lol. I didn’t go through any of the answers/photos but it might help: http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/orange-and-purple-wedding-colors
Post # 6
Try this site to see what colors look like together:
Post # 7
Mint green says spring to me. Red and black aren’t associated with a particular season, you could definitely keep them. Make the red a deeper wine color, use black sparingly. You could do centerpieces of black trees or branches with red leaves, which would look really fallish. Something like these http://support.onewed.com/blog/savvy-scoop/category/real-weddings/2010/11/16/classic-red-and-white-fall-wedding-virginia-ben-and-brianne/
Post # 8
Thank you guys so much for your help, I’m changing from the red and black because recently I’ve been wanting to change my colors because I wasn’t really happy with them to begin with, we picked black and red because we felt they were “easy” which come to find out, no one in our bridal party actually like the colors, I was thinking espresso, or chocolate brown with a kiwi kind of color like this one. But I was thinking of possibly doing a lavender color, I live in alaska so usually by November we have a little bit of snow, so I have no idea what to do anymore, I have so much to do and so little time it’s gonna be a frenzy to get this to turn out right…
Post # 8
FrozenFeet: The picture of the green and navy blue invitations… do you know what site you found those on? Those are my colors 🙂