Post # 1
I am sort of at odds about whether the colors for my wedding (Blush, Champagne, Ivory, Gold) go with the baby breath arrangments i would like to have. I have posted pics of the colors and the inspration for the centerpieces and ceremony space. I really dont want everything to be too matchy but would like it have a cohesive look. When people ask what the “theme” is, i say its a romantic, dainty, rustic affair. My table linens are blush rose with ivory lace overlay so I didnt want flowers those same colors. Yeah or Nay?
Sorry for the large photos
Post # 3
I think its super pretty. My friend did this exact color scheme last May. It was def one of the prettiest, i have been too! Love the recption decor! I think it will be beautiful!
Post # 4
There are ways to make the baby’s breath less rustic. I think if you put the aisle decorations in urns spray-painted copper or gold, they would look plenty classy for your event.
Post # 5
I think they will go perfect. As a PP said it will have alot to do with what you put them in.
Post # 6
I say nay, but only because I really don’t like baby’s breath. It certainly goes with your theme, though.
Post # 7
@jess0903: Great! Im glad that someone else had the same vision and it worked out well. That makes me feel so much better!
Post # 8
@EffieTrinket: Thats a great idea! I hadnt thought about that one, THANKS I may look for a rose gold spray
Post # 9
@BooRadley: I was never a real fan a baby’s breath myself until I saw what can be done when in bunches. My alternative would have been hydrangeas.
Post # 11
@msmoya522: I like it, I think it goes well and is pretty cost efftective too, which is always a bonus!
Those are the colors I am thinking about too, I love the blush pink and glam of gold 🙂 Like you, I never really liked baby’s breath until I saw it in bunches