- 3 years ago
So we’ll be getting married in a lovely garden in the summer – lovely green lawn, tall hedges and low white roses bordering the cremony space. The only thing is that the archway that we’d like to get married in front of doesn’t really have a fantastic veiw on the other side (part of a gravel walk). We figure one way to cover it up would be to do a ribbon wall but we’re having trouble figuring out what a good color or color range would be.
Pallete wise, we’re going with pink gold and red. My bouquet will be something like this:
I’ll be in an ivory gown and my two bridesmaids will be in different silk georgette gowns – one in purple, the other in teal). We’ll be standing in front of a few steps and it’ll be kind of like this:
Except the archway is fully-filled in with foliage and there will be white roses bordering the garden entirely.
I initially thought a gold satin ribbon wall would be the way to go – perhaps with different widths of ribbon? But most of the ribbon walls I’ve seen tend to have more of a red/pink ombre shade. Would one color way be better than the other? I’m just a bit worried bout the reds and pinks being a bit too over powering but at the same time, I’m worried about the gold ribbon just bringing in too many colors.
Well this was a bit of a ramble :S Any advice or tips about ribbon walls generally would be wonderful!