Post # 1
We are having a VERY small ceremony, in a field where we will be building our home in a few years. It’s on his family farm. It’s a beautiful location…
We’ve decided to use Royal Blue and Black for our colors…I’m wearing a black dress…
What flowers can I use? I’m thinking something in the lime-green family…Suggestions???
Post # 3
if you’re thinking lime green, spider mums would be fun as well as calla lillies and or roses. i think gerbers may come in green as well.
Post # 4
What about anemones? They are gorgeous and come in either white or a light blush color. They come in other colors too…
Post # 5
I vote anemonies. or you could carry something non floral like a parasol.
Post # 7
Great ideas all around!
I think any really vibrant color will look great, and anemones will look great.
BTW, what a neat idea for the wedding. It sounds really lovely.
Post # 8
white or soft pink is my recommendation.
I love the blush anemones or peonies!
Post # 9
I love the ideas…especially the Spider Mums…I’m kinda wondering if I could stay in the color scheme of a “peacock feather”…with the blues, greens, and some of that purple color. THanks so much for all of your help!
Post # 10
love the peacock theme as well!! btw i have no idea where i found this picture probably on a random peacock search…
Post # 11
I love the idea of doing greens.
Post # 12
I love the idea that @crebre80 posted about the peacock theme. It’s definitely not for the faint of heart but if you can rock it I give you two thumbs way way up!
Post # 13
I love white/ivory with blue and black. it wont detract from the classic color combo, its slightly formal and elegant.
Post # 14
How about a purple or deep red dahlia?
Post # 15
I AGREE!! you should use lime green colors, i feel that it will bring out the royal blue and the black. cheak out this bouquet, it has lime green and a touch of maroon…which you can change that to another color if you like.
Post # 16
Okay, I’m for sure moving to the Peacock feather theme…Don’t you just love this? All of the jewel tones…so “glitzy” and “glam”.
What color would you call these?