(Closed) How can I make Blue and Yellow w/ a little orange, rustic

posted 10 years ago in Decor
Post # 3
5103 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2011

@Ronneykay:Honestly, I’m going with rustic chic and my colors are only going to be incorporated in little details. Napkins, raffia ties on the napkins, drink stirrers and barber striped straws, signs, etc…

All the rest of the reception details are more earthy colors.

ETA: also in the ceremony we’re doing different things…. like the ring bearer will be carrying a rustic box instead of a pillow, the Flower Girl will be carrying a lantern, and the bouquets will be wrapped in twine.

Post # 4
477 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

My main colors were bright sapphire blue and a tomato red and I had kind of a rustic-ish wedding in a small white church.  Our flowers were all in the red, yellow, orange and white family, which some blue anemones mixed in here or there.  I would say try to pick one of the colors to anchor (like blue), and then use the oranges and yellows in your flowers and as small accents (like striped straws or accent ribbon on your programs, etc).  Most of our wedding was DIY, so its totally doable!

My wedding got blogged last week and you can see a lot of the details and how the colors came together in the pictures HERE.  And here’s just a shot of my BMs and their bouquets:

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