Post # 1
Is there any imits in combining colors? I have mine white, bright yellow, black/ dark blue. What flowers do you think match with black anemone? I’m tryting to avoid roses so it looks different, but also tight on budget.
Reception will be outdoor, around sunset time. What is the best color coordination for tabloe cloth? I’m thinking of having dark blue as table cloth and center pieces in white, yellow and a touch of black anemone.
Also, for wedding invitations – what do you suggest for envelope color? We’re aiming for something modern, elegant and yet not too strong.
What’s your suggestion?
Post # 3
What about dark blue envelopes. Are you talking about white anemone with black centers? I think with your modern look, I would do black vases, white anemonies, and yellow craspedia white tablecloths with navy runners-or just tie with dark blue ribbons.
Post # 3
White, yellow and black/dark blue sounds like a great combo!
With anemones….daisy? black eyed susan? craspedia?
I always think outdoor receptions look best with light colored tableclothes, especially in the evening. Maybe dark blue napkins?
Modern and elegantfor envelopes, I would go with white if you don’t want it too strong. Dark blue or black could be really nice, but it could also be overwhelming. Depends on the shade of blue I suppose
Post # 4
@creativeplannertobee:Yes, it’s white anemone with black centers. Since they’re not in season, we’ll be using the silk ones, so they will be a nice touch only. I love navy runners and I can picture that. Love it!
@kala_way: Dark blue napkins might work well, too. I was first thinking of having this kind of napkins, but not sure.
I love craspedia – they look so cute. As for the envelopes, I probably should try dark blue (navy blue) with yellow motives. Do you think navy & yellow (with a touch of black since I love anemone so much) would still make it look elegant or will they look more cheerful instead?
Post # 5
Those napkins are super cute 🙂 love it
If you don’t make the yellow in the invites too strong they will still be elegant. Something like this: