Post # 1
Help! I cant find any wedding colors!
We wanted to do the damask with a fun green…
I bought my dress yesterday (woohoo!!!) and its very formal and I love it!
I need ideas for EVERYTHING!!
Any help would be a great help!!
Post # 3
I’ve seen b&w damask with lime green done very well before!
Is that kind of what you were thinking?
We had trouble settling on a color, so we went with the whole blue color family, with pops of bright yellow and light orange. 🙂
Post # 4
I like that idea, but what color dresses for the girls?
Post # 5
you could do green, or black with green sashes, or you could add another accent color. 🙂
A lot of brides start thinking they have to pick just 2 colors and not stray from them, but really you can do anything you want!
Post # 6
I agree with @ddw: you can do as many colors as you want. We have 3 main colors but we are also using a lot of black that isnt one of the “colors” you dont need to pick just 2 or 3 you can have 10 if you really want to!
Post # 7
We are also doing a range of colors – deep blues, ivory, champagne, and yellows. Ex. Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses deep blue, Flowergirl is wearing white dress w/ yellow sash/bow, grooms men in gray suits w/ vintage yellow poppers. Tables ivory w/ deep blue napkins, flowers all white. etc.
I always think that black Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses look sharp at weddings that feature a print, like damask.
Post # 8
I think green is a great color for a spring wedding. It also goes so nicely with other colors.
I think Tiffany blue is my favorite for a spring wedding.
Post # 9
thanks ladies! We decided on black dresses with a green sash! it looks great!
Post # 10
Did you still want to do green damask? I think I saw some table runners at http://www.efavormart.com
Post # 11
My friend got married last spring and did Lime green & Tiffany blue. When I first heard the colors I wasn’t a fan…but hey it’s her wedding. When I got there however, I thought they were beautiful together. Her BM’s wore black with a green hair flower.
Post # 12
We’re doing ecru, sage green and lavender. Green is a great spring color!!
Post # 13
Damask always looks great.For more boards