Post # 1
I’m having a hard time picking colors for my morning summer wedding. Is it okay to just say I’ll do a pale color scheme (pink, lavender, turquoise, yellow, cream, light green and blue) or is that too dangerous and will make it look sloppy?
Post # 3
I think the most important thing you need to choose is what colors you want your bridesmaids to wear. The colors you mentioned would look awesome if they were the flowers (like wildflowers!) at each table, maybe in colored glass vases/jars. Then with just pale colored table cloths…that would look fabulous.
Post # 4
Its called a rainbow wedding, google it to see pictures of other weddings witha rainbow colored theme. Very pretty. 🙂
Post # 5
we do not have set colours! And I like it that way – nothing will look too dated that way (I mean, 30 years from now our kids will laugh at our wedding “olden day” style anyway)
But we are having dusty rose coloured bridesmaid dresses and berry coloured cake (blackberry, raspberry, etc)
Post # 6
Noooooooo you don’t need colors – the palette you like sounds beautiful! I didn’t have colors, just went with whatever looked right for my outdoor barn wedding, and it was beautiful. For what it’s worth, I think matchy weddings with 2-3 colors look like prom and prove nothing in regard to cohesion. Do what’s pleasing to you and what suits the feel you’re looking for.
Post # 7
We’re not having a color scheme either. I just said dark, rich jewel tones (basically the opposite of yours!) and it looks to be turning out fine. I just have one Maid/Matron of Honor and no bridesmaids so she’s wearing what she wants.