Post # 1
I am in desperate need of help! I am having a difficult time finding colors to match! My bridesmaid dresses are aqua chifon..however they are more an aqua blue (light blue kind) shade than aqua greenish..if that makes sense.. We were going to go with silver as the accent color. I am finding a hard time getting anything aqua let alone more aqua blue…I was thinking of doing the reception with ivory( more white than yellow) table linens with silver runners..then kind of just accenting shades of blue on the tables with flower petals..and my candle centerpieces…do you think it would look better doing silver and using the blue accents so you cant really see the color difference?? What do you Recommend. Also, I found some gorgeous bouquets I adore in shades of blue..however…heres the situation..the bridesmaids dresses in plain normal lighting look very light blue..a picture of the dress using a flash..completely changes the color..Would you recommend going with more of an ivory bouquet or just say oh well it doesnt match completely and get the bouquets??? attached are pics..so u can see the different colors of the dress…Sorry for the large pictures.
Post # 3
I think you should do an entirely different accent color. Perhaps yellow? I think it would really pop against the light blue and be a nice contrast.
Post # 4
Maybe having more of an ivory bouquet for the bridesmaids with only small amounts of blue in it
Something like this would be pretty with your BM dresses
Post # 5
I am with Mad Tea party…
I think you should scrap the silver and do something that totally pops with the dresses… Like RED … I would have love to do this for my wedding but my bridesmaids picked their own dresses and it kind of set the mood of the wedding so i just built from there..
Good luck … the color of the bridesmaid dresses is beautiful.
Post # 6
@brwneyegrl0903: To get a better idea of various palettes , go to
scroll down on the right until you come to your color, click on it and you will see all the palettes they have developed featuring your color.
Here is an online tool that you can use to envision your tables
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What do you all think about this bouquet..do you think this one would match??