Post # 1
We both love blue and we’re making it our central color, but I can’t think of an accent color that goes great with it. Yellow, pink, peach, black…. I’m not sold. Fiance suggests green because we both like it but I don’t think it’s a good accent color. Anyone else only do one color? Or can you post decor pics that will sell me on an accent color?
Post # 3
We didn’t really have a lot of color at our wedding unless you consider candlelight as a color. Our girls chose their own black dress. Their flowers had some deep pink flowers and the guys had a deep pink vest under their tuxes. We had pomegranates as our escorts cards. I think the deep pink/pomegranate was our only color and it was used pretty sparingly. I don’t have any pics from our reception, but the rest was ivory and candlelight. So do what you guys like– there’s no rule book to having 2 or 10 colors.
Post # 4
@kay01: My sister’s wedding was blue only. She had a lot of white accents since that’s sort of a default option, and when we reeeaally needed a second color for her invites, we just used a lighter shade of blue. It looked lovely! I personally think monochromatic weddings with all different shades of the same color are gorgeous.
Good luck deciding!
Post # 5
Here’s a picture of a mostly blue decor with just a pop of colour from sunflowers. I think it can work.
Post # 6
You could just do blue with accents of different tones of blue?
Post # 7
My wedding is white…..and sparkle. So technically one color 🙂
Post # 8
You don’t need an accent color if you don’t like anything imparticular. You coulddo as someone else suggested and use different hues of blue.
Post # 9
My wedding was mainly olive green. I had white and black too because of my dress and DH’s tux.
Post # 10
I love the pictures you’ve all posted. You may be right, just use different shades of blue. I’ve already decided to do that with the centerpieces (posted here http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/knittingcrochetting-for-your-weddingshare#post-2952490 on intent to make quilted bases with bases for centerpieces), so maybe I was subconsciously thinking about it already.