Post # 1
Is red and tiffany blue a good color combination for a winter wedding?
I am planning to get married in a very aqua colored church which I could easily add red flowers to (It even has a red front door! Perfect!), but the reception is in a rustic cabane à sucre (Sugar Shack). I attached a picture I could find of the inside of it.
Would tiffany blue and red work well in the venue?
The first picture is of the reception venue. The second photo is of the church’s red door. The last photo is the only one I could find of the church’s interior (sorry it’s so small!), as you can see the walls are painted blue.
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Post # 3
I think it would look lovely in both locations!
Post # 5
i think it would look wonderful. I really like that color combo anyways
Post # 6
I have a friend who used that exact color combo for her January wedding and it was beautiful!
Post # 7
I think it’d be beautiful! I love that color combination 🙂
Post # 8
I like the color combination. It is really lovely. You will have to keep in mind the Tiffany Blue is actually more of an aqua blue color. I have did a few events with this color. I actually used boxes and bags from Tiffany’s. During the holidays, Tiffany’s has changed the white ribbon to red. Good luck!
Post # 9
Love it!! Love it!! LOVE IT!
My 2 cents…
In the church, I would do just red accents (flowers, pomanders on the aisles, etc…) since the walls are blue.
In the reception venue, I would reverse it – mostly red palatte with tif blue accents.
It’s such a lovely combo. Please post pictures as you plan!!
Post # 10
Have you seen this on Martha Stewart Wedding. It is lovely ideas for that color palette! I think it’ll definitely work for the space and be stunning!