Post # 1
I always knew I wanted chocolate brown to be one of our main colors, but it took me a long time to figure out what to do for the accent color. After a while I settled on a sort of pale to medium pink that I felt had a sort of vintage feel, mostly because I thought I would have a large variety of flowers to choose from in that color. Ever since then I’ve regretted not doing brown and sage green instead of brown and pink. But pretty much everything is settled now and I can’t really change it all around.
So bees, I need your help to fall in love with my colors again. Anyone have inspiration pics of soft, vintage-y pinks? Every time I google I just come up with really modern looking hot pinks (which are cool, but not what I’m going for). Bonus points if it’s brown and pink together!
Post # 3
Well, I’m in love with them. Does that help? 😛
Post # 7
@future mrs kirsch: Yay! These are so pretty, and I’m doing long tables too! 🙂
@taylorma5: I love those bouquets, and the cake stand on the bottom left!
Post # 8
be inspire to love:
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Post # 10
@mmm31911: beautiful! I love that peachy color in your second pic too!
Post # 11
Go through my recaps! Our colors were champagne and champagne pink (a very soft, vintagey pink). I loved it–very classic and romantic.
Post # 12
i love love love love love your color combo, if that helps! it’s so pretty and classic without feeling generic, if that makes sense.