Post # 1
We are looking for a winter wedding but Fiance really loves black, white and green. Is there a way to do this without making it seem summery? We will probably do mostly black and white but want color too, how do we pull this off?
Post # 3
- Wedding: July 2013 - Rock Hill Country Club, Manorville NY
I think those would be perfect winder wedding colors, link of evergreens, snow and the winter sky. Sounds good!
Post # 4
As long as the green is dark, like forest green, it will work.
Post # 5
If you add some accents of silver and use a lot more white than green, it should work ok.
My wedding’s in late November, and my colors are pink and teal with accents of gold and champagne. I guess I don’t really care if the colors are “appropriate” for the season.
Post # 6
@waitingforthering2: I think it will work just try to use like pp mentioned evergreen or jewel tone greens.
Here are a few examples of greens that would look pretty
Evergreen and black
Emerald and black
Post # 7
@weddingbound: You are awesome, I love those, not to holiday but still wintery. Now to find things in emerald to accent stuff.
Post # 8
yes! one of my good friends had a January wedding with black, white, and green! It looked great!
Post # 9
That combination sounds nice, reminds me of a winter forest! You can incorporate mint into your centerpeices, it is cheap and most varieties have a beautiful emerald tone.
Post # 10
@Nferrari: that sounds so cool. Im definitely feeling better about these colors now!