(Closed) Color combo crisis

posted 8 years ago in Decor
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I don’t think so!  It sounds to me like it would look elegant.  Champagne and Grey complement each other b/c they are more netural colors.

Grey would clash big time with brown though and for a spring wedding you don’t really want brown. 

If you don’t want much pink, use it mostly in the flowers and leave it out else where.  Use it more as an accent color since it’s a part of the suite.

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Yes that actually sounds good!  See you had it in you!  You just needed some encouragement!

What alfred dress are you looking at??  I probably know it! LOL  I LOVE LOVE LOVE Alfred Angelo, I’m using him for my girls and my dress actually!  Note that some dresses are being discontinued, so you might want to make sure about them first w/the store.  And you can do a two toned look on dresses to incorporate two colors that you want to use.

Post # 7
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

My sister in law did a muted pink color and a sage green – it was really pretty and classy.

The bridesmaids had the muted pink, the groomsmen had the sage green ( black tuxes) she had big branch like centerpieces with pink water and a sage ribbon around it, and everything was dripping in crystals…. pink and ivory roses….  All of the bridesmaid shoes were champagn colored and the ribbon on their boquets…….  I cant remember anything else — it was super cute!  I am not a hot pink person for weddings- seems a little too girly but maybe a lighter pink or a peachy pink would be ok!

Post # 8
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

The best way to tell which colors will or wont compliment each other is to actually get color swatches or paint chips and put them together. Sometimes you xpect certain colors to clash but then they dont. Grey is neutral color and doesnt really clash with anything. I have seen grey an brown put together on ties, purses and shoes, so I dont agree that those two colors clash.

Post # 10
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

It depends on the shades. If you were doing a hunter green and pink/mauve, it would look like the 80s’.

Post # 11
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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2011

My opinion is the girls in a super light silvery grey dress with pale pink trim or accents.Look at the white roses with light pink edges on them for their boquets.Chanpagne and light pink would be stunning. Is it the tie your fiance likes or the suit?Show him the champagne tux with a pink tie. He may not know he likes it until he sees it. (Some people need help with vision.)Tan and pink are nice too.I know your not a fan of pink but the guys get left out of soooo much of the wedding plans that maybe this could be a compromise you could do for him so he feels this is his day too!SmileGood luck and Happy Wedding Day!

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