Post # 1
So I found the church I wanted to get married in. I was excited I FINALLY picked out my wedding colors when I found the ceremony space. Ughh the pews are brown with red carpeted floors. I don’t see pink and purple fitting in with the brown and red. Ughh and my finacee can’t bear the thought of brown tux or vest etc.) So what colors can I do? The wedding is in September and I don’t want a xmas feel to it. Thank you in advance!!
Here is the link to the church, scrol to the very bottom to see a few pics
Post # 3
Wooden pews and red carpet are pretty common in church decor. I don’t think it will clash or that anyone will be paying any attention to it. I’d go with the colors you want.
Post # 4
I wouldn’t worry about changing your colors to fit the ceremony. I had all spring colors, mainly pink, and due to bad weather we ended up moving some of our wedding into a room that was maroon. It really didn’t make a difference at all. I think it was more important that the room had the same vintage feeling/vibe I was going for.
Post # 5
I think that’s pretty normal for a church. I think the purple will tie in just fine.
Post # 6
I think your purple will be fine, no worries! That is pretty normal for churches, and every one attending will be looking at you two getting married and absorbed in that! I’m sure nobody will notice the color too much until the reception anyway.
Post # 7
I think it will be just fine, as others said, it’s pretty common to find those colors in a church. If you want to incorporate it, you could add some deeper pinks, even red into your bouquets. You could also get a runner for the aisle to take away some of the vibrant red color in the aisle photos. I wouldn’t worry about changing the color of the tuxes. Black will be fine.
Post # 8
Don’t sweat the small stuff. Nobody will be paying attention to colors of church, all eyes will be on you.