Post # 1
’m having a problem choosing a color pallete. If I’m being honest, I’m really not a fan of a lot of color anyway. At one time i wanted BMs in white. Now I’m not so sure. I’m going for a classic vibe. I’m not big on trendy because I want to look back 50 years from now and still love the look of my wedding. I’m getting married at Fiance family’s home church. There is a lot of color going on and a lot of gold. Reception will be at an indoor location close by.
Anyway, I love the idea of blush, ivory, lavendar, and gold but I dont know how that will look in the church.
Any advice would be appreciated. I am posting a picture of the church and inspo pics I have found on different sites.
Here are some inspiration pics:
Post # 2
I’ve seen people go with minimal, neutral decorations/flowers in the and then use more color for the reception, would that help you?
I wouldn’t worry about bridesmaid dreaders matching the church, but I think the colors you said will go fine.
Post # 3
queenbee323 : are you getting married in wilmington, de? that chapel looks familiar…
Post # 4
catskillsinjune : It’s actually in Cullman, Alabama.
Post # 5
Don’t worry about matching the church OP , nothing ‘matches’ a big church, it just is . Go with what you think will look good at the reception. The colours you suggest sound lovely ( not a fan of gold myself ,but thats just me)
ETA if you did really want to match the church a pale sage (NOT mint) green would be perfect .
Post # 6
I don’t think you’ll want the bridesmaids in white (that’s traditionally bride-only!) but any neutral tones would look very traditional and timeless. Think blush, sage green, taupe etc… beautiful venue!!