Post # 1
I have a year until my wedding however I want to get my colours and theme figured out! I was set on peacock and I thought I had it all figured out, but I’ve realized that it isn’t for me!
So here is what I am trying to decide betwee…Please give me your suggestions 🙂
1. Majolica blue, warm olive green and slate gray. Girls in the blue and guys in the slate. It would be glam/chic, very romantic. Simple decor, with lots of metallics. I was thinking vases on the table in metallic colours (chrome, blue, green)- but each one a little different with ivory peonies in each.
2. Tangeled theme using the colours: navy blue/majolica blue, blush rose, slate grey. Girls in the blue with rose flower and guys in slate gray suite. This look would be softer, with twigs in the arrangements and at ceremony site. Center pieces would be blush and ivory peonies with greenery/foliage draping down.
Post # 3
Both so pretty!! If you’ve got a venue which would go with it better? And which suits your(and your FH) personality / style better? Could you use elements from both? (Richer colours with the delicacy of the table decor)
I voted glam and shiek, because personally I can’t pull of delicate. 🙂
Post # 4
They are both beautiful, but I LOVE how unique the first one is!! It isn’t at ALL overdone, but BEAUTIFULLY coordinates together. I love it!
Post # 5
Just as a heads up, peonies are only available in spring in Ontario, so if you want to use them in the fall it will cost you a FORTUNE and may not even be available to order in. You might want to look at cabbage roses or another similar flower as a replacement.
Back to the point, both are gorgeous but I think I’m leaning towards your first option for a fall wedding.
Post # 6
i like the depth of the first one, but if you like a more romantic look, go for the 2nd.
(chic not shiek – unless you’re going for a whole different theme than what you’ve posted!)
Post # 7
I love both but picked the 2nd one. I love organic elements like moss and branching/wood and used it heavily in my own wedding including a balcony decorated in grapevine twigs. So, I am partial! 🙂
Post # 8
Thanks Ladies for you suggestions!!
SOO helpful! Here is a pic of the venue to help 🙂
Couldn’t find an actual picture only a drawing one of the actual building.
Post # 9
After seeing the pic of the venue I really stick with my choice of the 2nd one and the branching elements of it. With the stone walls I think the earthy elements would be amazing. 🙂 Our venue had a stone floor and brick walls and I did wood slices and birch accents and branching. It really went well together. The color pallette of the first one is pretty amazing though, but no matter what colors you go with I still think you should add the branching and moss, etc.!
Post # 10
@bluebird615:thanks for your input!! Maybe I will try and blend the two 🙂