Post # 1
I can’t, for the life of me, decide on any sort of color or theme! UGH! I go backkkk & fooortthhh! I like to keep things simple and I am not a huge fan of two colors. I wanted to do one color, but a few variations of the color, and a neutral like silver or champagne or even a cream/ivory. For a while it was peach and silver, then Tiffany blue and silver, and now I am starting to think some pinks and champagne. We are having a March wedding. Our location that is currently our top contender is an old rustic building over looking a harbor. I will attempt to post pictures below, but Lord knows they might not upload. :/
There are several more at this website!
Just curious what you guys would be in to!?
EDIT: Even better, here is a 360 degree view of the inside!
Post # 3
I think a rustic/warm wedding would be great, esp since its March and still a little chilly (I’m assuming SC would be, but not sure lol)
Do you want to have a “general theme” like “rustic,” “vintage” or something like that. Or, do you want a theme that reflects you as a couple? If so what are some things you and your Fiance enjoy? places you’ve been? hobbies?
And don’t worry about not having two colors. My main color was white (everything for the most part was white) with just an accent of green. We were getting married outside, and like you, I like to keep things simple, so I let the green trees and grass serve as my accent color with the white decor.
Post # 4
i hate to be wishy washy, but honestly this venue could handle a lot of different color themes. I will say though that I don’t think that the silver would be as successful in that space, b/c it’s more rustic and I think the silver would be too stark. Considering that you like monochromatic color schemes, maybe you could do the champagnes/ivories, b/c when you go for some of those dark tones they’ll be in the taupe/bronze range, which might look good paired with the bricks and floors. Honestly though, I adore color and would probably do a lot within your color range to bring out the space.
Post # 5
Very nice venue!
I also had trouble picking out my colors. I kept going back and forth; many many times. I was driving myself and everyone around me crazy by changing my mind so much. What I ended up doing is just drawing from the colors that wer part of the venue. I first picked out my gown and tehn I picked out my girls dresses and color and purchased the fabric for them. That set the color in stone for me.
The colors you are going back and forth on are all lovely colors. I am sure you will figure it out once you have your venue. You can pick one color and then just use the others as accents.