(Closed) last nights dream made me realiz i picked the wrong colors

posted 7 years ago in Themes
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2015

Sounds very pretty!!!  You could have small feather accents like on the centerpieces but maybe not all of them.  

Post # 4
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

You’re two years out; it’s not like your color scheme is set in stone at this point. And the new colors are not really a departure from your original colors; they are all frequently used together, especially with peacock accents. I am sure it will be fine. Google “peacock wedding inspiration,” and you’ll be entertained for a while.

And just by way of an FYI, we just had a sticky thread (one that stayed at the top of the board, put their by a moderator) about trying to keep posts in their proper categories to keep it easy to search. If your post isn’t getting as many replies as you’d like, you should just bump it rather than start an entirely new thread, especially in the wrong board.

And I see you’re pretty new, so a sticky thread is one that a moderator put at the top of the board to stay there so people see it without it dropping off the board for lack of replies. And bumping a thread is when you reply to your own post, even if it is just an empty post that say “bump” to move it to the top of the list. Hope this helps in the future! 🙂

Post # 5
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Sugar bee

We are having a rustic themed wedding and using the peacock feathers as a splash of drama. All the wood, burlap, twine, etc can be boring so we’re throwing a peacock feather here and there and it pops againse the neutrals. Maybe you can use a neutral background and use your colors as accents? I think that would fit January quite well. Like Amaryllis said, you’re two years out and nothing is set in stone. The good news is you have lots of time to plan like a madwoman and get exactly what you want.

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