Post # 1
anyone else using a mint green colour scheme? I’m finding it hard to get exactly what I want as mint green is interpreted a millions differnt ways! A lot of people have been calling Tiffany blue mint green!!
Post # 2
Edm___JJS: I think Tiffany blue is mint green!
Post # 4
I am doing mint green (with lilac, grey and ivory)!! I absolutely love it! It’s so pretty and perfect for the summer wedding we’re planning!
Post # 5
Edm___JJS: So, I googled mint green, and I myself was SURPRISED at the HUGE color variance. Wowzas. Below is an uploaded picture of my bouquet/bout, groom tie and pocket square. I would have said our choice of green was what I consider a mint green – brighter, but still subdued.
The colors in each are not matched EXACTLY. We picked the tuxes (which included the tie/pocket square), and then I told the florist I wanted a brigher mint green in the roses/hydrangeas. All came together pretty well. Depending on where you want the color, will depend on finding the exact shade you want. THe tux shop had a million choices for green, so that was easy. BM dresses might be a harder task, because a lot of lines only carry a few choices of fabrics, but David’s Bridal carries a million color swatches 🙂
Does this help?!?!
Post # 6
I’m all for the shades not matching perfectly so that has made things easier, I like to say the mint greens should coordinate, not match!
we lucked out on Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses, matched my wedding invite colour to a T which was my bench mark. Grooms ties are a bit more aqua than I might like but I can live with it! Now it’s the little details of trying to encorporate mint green into the venue.
and your flowers are beautiful, love the arrangement 🙂
Post # 7
I definitiely don’t think of tiffany blue as mint green. I think of mint as something that looks like baskin robbins ice cream. Or this: