Post # 1
So I have a general idea of the look I’m going for, and most of the options I’ve narrowed it down to are similar but with slight variations. The colors will set the tone for the entire day so I can’t commit! It’s going to be a brunch wedding in September 2017, the ceremony at 11 am and brunch reception from noon to 4. I’m looking for something soft and ethereal but not too girly. So here are my ideads:
Blush pink, cream and gold- I really like this one but I don’t want the gold to appear too gaudy. The gold would be mostly for accents here and there to pop.(http://www.stylemepretty.com/california-weddings/2014/05/15/pink-and-gold-wedding-at-the-london-west-hollywood/)
Blush and grey
Cranberry, blush and cream (and kind of green)- I say this because the wedding will be outside with a LOT of greenery around so I think this would go well with the surroundings and maybe a pop or 2 of green in my bouquet (https://www.pinterest.com/pin/575405289871092391/) (https://www.pinterest.com/pin/575405289871092405/)…I really like the way cranberry, cream and sage green look together but it’s going to be fall and I don’t want it to look Christmas-sy.
Thanks for your input!
Post # 2
I’d go with the first. I like the warmth of gold better than grey, and I think you’re right about cranberry and green looking Christmasy.
Post # 3
I’m having a hard time choosing colors too! I thought I wanted a peacock theme, but now I don’t know! Fiance and I can’t seem to buckle down on something we like. But I do love the idea of blush, pink, cream, and gold especially for a morning wedding. The colors are very romantic!
Post # 4
Peacock sounds really pretty! What is it that’s making you change your mind? If you’re liking that color family it would be beautiful to do those colors (green, teal, purple, etc) but in darker jewel tones like emerald, navy and eggplant. Not sure exactly the look you’re going for but peacock does sound beautiful
Post # 6
It sounds silly, but the main reason we aren’t sure about peacock is because we don’t know exactly what color to make the “main color” you know? I so agree with you on taking the colors and using the darker jewel tones, it’s beautiful! Now you have me rethinking things lol
Post # 7
I like the second option better (cranberry colour scheme). I don’t think it looks Christmas-y. I like that it’s got a bit more colour to play with. I also feel like the blush, cream, gold colour scheme is a little overdone. It’s pretty but so very popular.