Post # 1
Ok so I first had ivory and plum for my wedding colors but now I want something lighter since my wedding will be in August.Im switching my colors to light peach,red and ivory I want a very romantic but a touch of rustic what do you guys think about these colors together?I would have my girls in light peach dresses and the guys with ivory suits and red ties and stuff and the girls with red bouquets..any suggestions or helpful pictures of all these colors together??
http://www.princessbridalgowns.com/allure-1221-bridesmaids-dress-style.html these are the dresses I want in a lighter peach color
Post # 3
Hate to sya it, but I think you’re going to have a really hard time getting the peach and red to go together. I did go on a picture search for you but really was having trouble coming up with a lot to match that color scheme. So while I know you asked for pictures, could I suggest tweaking your color scheme? The peach and ivory sound great together, but what about swapping out the red with something either brighter or softer? Perfect pallette has some inspiration boards using peach that seem to match the tone you want very well, I’d check them out and see if any fo them inspire you!
Post # 4
If I am to be honest as well( hope this is what you want) I agree with pp about tweaking your color scheme. Red and peach not so sure. I would change the red I don’t think it goes with rustic. Usually when you see red in a wedding it’s red black and white. Do you have an inspiration pic that could change what we think? Mean this to be helpful not mean 🙂
Post # 5
thanks I really really want pale pink but my fi doesnt want pink in the wedding AT ALL so that left me to think of peach and ivory here is my inspiration the exact everything
scroll down to the peach and flame and thats the look I want colors and all
rustic???what do you think is this more of a salmon and red and ivory color instead of peach???
Post # 6
I think your link to the peach and flame inspiration board is beautiful. However, I would call those colors peach and coral, rather than peach and red. Will your future husband agree to a coral tie?
Post # 7
I think he would do you think if they wear red ties and vest and the girls wear coral dresses it will look right?
Post # 8
i agree with the others…doing a true red is going to look off with that palette. coral/salmon is much more rustic looking. another thought is to stick with the pale peach OR the salmon (rather than both) and mute it with neutrals and tactile fabrics…like burlap, twine, etc.
Post # 9
These colors are going to look either amazing or bad. You will have to find the exact shades of peach (either pink undertones or orange/yellow undertones) to go with the right shade of red (or coral) which both have varying shades and what not. It’s going to be hard to find bridesmaids dresses, flower girl attire, flowers, groomsmen ties, decor, etc that all go. Are you set on red? Usually it’s easier as far as matching to pick a color and a neutral. Peach looks good with lots of colors, just not sure reds and oranges are the best option. if u changed the peach to nude I think red would work better. If you are set on peach, I would try to find a color other than red. Too hard to match.
Post # 10
ahhh thanks guys this is so hard to get this exact look and make sure the colors go bc my fi really wants the red but I dont know what else to put with it to make it that rustic touch such as the picture I showed you guys he already picked out his tux which is ivory as well