Post # 1
We are ordering custom kippot for a wedding. I want the dads and groomsmen to be able to wear them with their black tuxes and black/gray vests. My gut says to go with dark gray because it is guaranteed to look good, but I am not sure because I have been gravitating toward bright colors until now.
Kippot are listed here:
The colors I am considering are dark and medium gray, yellow, and royal blue. I am not sure what wedge blue is?
FYI, here are the other colors we will have:
Bridesmaids are wearing DB horizon (royal blue) strapless dresses with a navy sash, white shoes, and white necklace. For now, the tablecloth color is white (considering light blue organza as well–have given up on bright colors for this) with colorful “tuscan style” flowers-dark purple, yellow, blue, magenta, pink,…. We could possibly end up with royal blue napkins or just stick with white napkins if we stick with the white tablecloth…
Post # 3
We’re going to order kippot in our wedding colors (burgundy and teal). So my vote is for color. 🙂 Especially since the suits are gray and black, any color would be nicely complimented. And I think it looks nice to have the wedding colors present throughout.
Post # 4
I wanted dark grey and/or purple, but FI wants white because he thinks it is tradition, so I’ve let him win this argument
Post # 5
I’m always a fan of color. Except in our case, my main color was pink and I didn’t think boys would like that very much so we did ivory.
Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden
I agree about going with color – it’s an opportunity for a little fun detail – we went with watermelons because we loved them 🙂
Post # 7
thanks for the input! I still haven’t decided what to do yet, but I feel a lot better about everything working out ok regardless!
Post # 8
My husband had a different kippah than our guests. I think it’s perfectly fine to do that and provide bright colors for one group of people and something else for the other. I think a bright color would look great in pictures of the ceremony with the guests wearing bright colored ones.
We got my husband’s custom kippah from Mazel Tops and she was WONDERFUL to work with. His was custom and the guests had digital cami (Husband is a Marine).