Post # 1
I need help!
I can’t decide between turquoise and red or turquoise and orange for my late-May wedding.
If I went with orange I might throw some yellow in.
It’s so hard choosing colors! I love them all! lol
I already know what invites I want for the orange, and have seen some red ones I liked.
Post # 3
I thought turq and orange before I even clicked on the post. I’m a fan! They look great together; you could have turq dresses with orange shoes.
Post # 4
I love both but really really like the turquoise and orange combo
Post # 5
Thanks ladies. I am really leaning towards orange and turquoise and yellow 🙂
Post # 6
I think both are fabulous, vibrant color combinations!
Post # 7
I love the orange. And you don’t see it as often as turq and red. Love it!
Post # 8
Turq and orange would look great as long s the yellow is thrown in as well. Those three would be so fun together!
Post # 9
Love the turquoise and orange combo.
Post # 10
I love the turquoise and orange!
Post # 11
turquoise and orange!
turquoise and red seems too 4th of july-ish for me. Pretty, but it screams HOLIDAY! sorta.
I’m so jealous I didn’t get to use it =]
Post # 12
I vote turquoise and red. Oranges tend to be very hard to match perfectly. Unfortunately, I’m finding that out about the particular green I chose. Reds are usually the same color so they should be less of a problem.
Post # 13
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
I love both, but I’m really loving the turquoise and red combo right now, so that’s what I voted. But I think they both look amazing together.
Post # 14
I prefer the turquoise and orange. I think it’s more summery and fun than using the red.
Post # 15
I voted for orange. Even though the red is pretty, those were the colors of our high school’s rival just across town. And because that’s the only places I EVER saw that color combo until I started seeing it for wedding stuff this year, it’s all I can think about when I see it. HAHA
Post # 16
with the orange it has a nice beachy, summery look. way better than the red. although would also look great with dark purples.