Post # 1
I’m getting married in the fall. I want to stay away from typical fall colors (purple, orange, red etc). I had a palette picked out but now I might change my mind. It doesn’t seem to fit it with the natural setting of the barn. Idk, I think it looks out of place. I’m going for a vintage rustic look – using lots of antiques and vintage items, chlakboards, etc.
Gold is a must as an accent color. I want to keep some shade of blue as well, since I’ve already bought two light blue antique lanterns. I like neutrals (think Style Me Pretty). I don’t like pink or purple.
Here is my venue:
Here is the original palette (I was going to do navy, orange, and peach):
Here are some new options:
Post # 3
I don’t understand why you feel your original palette doesn’t work with your venue. I think it works perfectly.
Post # 4
Just because you’re getting married in the fall, doesn’t mean you have to do fall colors. We used gold as an accent color and paired it with ivory and shades of green for our wedding (which was on smp). Your venue is rustic so I would pay homage to it and keep it cleaner without the blues. I think the sandy color you have up there, with brownish tones, and gold accents would work beautifully. if you use too many colors with the gold, it’s going to be neither here nor there.
Post # 5
@newcitylights: First of all your venue is amazing…love it!!
I certainly think all your palettes are perfect for your venue!
Post # 6
@weddingbound: Thank you! It’s just so hard to decide…