Post # 1
So last night I showed my fiance my optino for my evening outfit (indian lengha) and the colors were Gold and Emerald Green (kind sea green). Well he was shocked b/c he wasn’t expecting such an unque combo (especially for indian clothes). So I was wondering if you all had an ideas of how I can tie these colors into my decor and what a nice accent color could be.
Maybe with the right advice, I can get him onboard =)
Post # 3
I think a red-hued colour would be nice. Either cherry red, or maybe coral or fushia depending on the green color.
Post # 4
You could use a navy or a pink to help the green pop! Even a classic white would be really nice.
Green, Gold, and white???
Post # 5
how about a deep purple? very complementary to the green 🙂
emerald green and gold sounds lovely!!
Post # 6
plum or deep purple, pink? I would shoot for either rich, deep royal colors like purple or red, or a pale accent. Maybe depending on what season your wedding is in. Just about any pastel could compliment it in the right shade…
Post # 7
Just be careful: with a "green, gold and red" color scheme, you might end up with a christmas-themed wedding as well 😀
Post # 8
No red! Ho Ho Ho…Merry Christmas!
What about a lighter shade of green or a neutral like cream or tan? Navy would make it uber preppy and quite dark.. pink would give it a trendier look.
Post # 9
I second the deep purple–it’s the color of royalty you know!
Post # 10
I third the deep purple – it would really complement the green and help the gold pop!
Post # 11
I think black might be nice…depending on your venue and the time of your ceremony. How classic!
Post # 13
Ok, Green Gold and White were my high school colors, don’t do that! It wasn’t good!
Post # 14
I was going to say a fushia but I like the purple too!
Post # 15
I think a fuschia color as well. How light is the green? If it is darker, I would avoid the dark purple. Dark purple & dark green don’t photograph as easily & could look too dark.
Post # 16
I vote purple, pink or cream