Post # 1
Half way through my engagement and I want to change my wedding colors! lol Its really no big deal, ive only booked the venue!
But I cant figure out what shade of blue this is…any help?
Post # 3
I think your best move, if you’re trying to figure out how to match things up, is ot go to a paint store and find your color in the swatches. They’re free.
Post # 4
Whatever it is called, it is beautiful! Do you know who makes that gown? I think the paint chip idea is great, bc it would be hard to find things to match otherwise!
Post # 5
it’s a teal of sorts.. but can’t pin it down to the exact hue…
Post # 6
@rlsulli1598: No I dont know who makes it!! I found it on a site with a bunch of pictures, isnt it cute?!
Paint swatches are a great idea….thanks!
Post # 7
My mom did her house in this color, and it was called Antique Blue.
Post # 8
Turquoise? Teal? Aquamarine? I really don’t know.
I would def try and get a swatch or a paint card to match it.
Post # 9
I woudl guess something like Azure? Paint swatch it!
Post # 10
peacock blue. 😉 It’s fabulous!
that cake was the inspiration for mine. Except my colors were purple and green(and peacock feathers :-))
Post # 11
I would call this an antigue teal. I would go to a fabric store, not a paint store, to find that color fabric. Hell, I’d probably even buy a yard ar two, that way you can give a swatch to all the vendors who may need it.
It’s such a beautiful and unusual color!
Post # 12
I am almost positive that is a Jim Helm gown and the color I would say is turqouis
Post # 13
It is very pretty, but it will be hard to pinpoint, because the material on the dress and ribbon are both iridescent blue. I would do a google search with terms like Dupioni Silk fabric iridescent, iridescent blue, etc.
Post # 14
@Miss Damask: You are right on the money!! I googled peacock blue and its pretty much it!
I dont care so much for the fabric itself, just the color 🙂 And I totally dont mind doing variations of that shade, cus it adds depth.
@Ms.MoxieMonkey: Great idea on the fabric store though, it will totally help with getting the vendors all on the same page!