Post # 1
I’m looking for a bit of color help. We’re having a fall wedding, October 2012 (so plenty of time) and I really like the idea of having either an antique gold or copper as one of my wedding colors. I was originally thinking of like a dusty pink to go with this. But Fiance wants no part of pink and since this is pretty much the only thing he has put his 2 cents in about so far, I probably should honor that. Problem is, I’m kind of stuck on pink now and can’t get it out of my head long enough to figure something else out. Any ideas of a (non-pink) color to go with copper? Pictures are much appreciated if you’ve got ’em.
Post # 3
I’ve been to a black, green, and copper wedding before. The colors turned out beautiful!
Post # 4
Orange and brown! and eggplant!
Post # 6
navy would be really pretty with copper! i think you could get away with some pink accents here and there with that combo.
Post # 7
I think any kind of jewel tone (eggplant, magenta, orange, emerald, burgandy, royal blue) looks amazing with copper. And I second suggestions for navy blue – copper, navy, and white is a very stunning, classy combination.
Post # 8
My best friend just had her Autumn-inspired wedding in Vt and her color scheme was copper, marigold, and chocolate brown with gold accents. It was GORGEOUS! I also think copper, blush, and brown go well together. The other color scheme which I am kind of crazy about is copper, brown, and olive green! Good luck!
Here are some links for inspiration:
Post # 9
@HapaBride: ooooh I love the olive green. sage would work nicely too, and as PP mentioned, she could totally get away with some blush accents. nice!
Post # 10
I like the eggplant/plum and copper, or navy and copper, but how do you keep that from looking too dark?
@HapaBride: That first look book was my original inspiration! I love the brown, pink and copper!! *Swoon*
@twocatcupcake: Are those your menus?? They’re so pretty!
Post # 11
@HapaBride: Love those inspiration boards, particularly the green,
@littlegraykitten: think about copper in nature. As it is exposed to weather it turns green and blue.-known as verdigris