Post # 1
Initially I thought of doing pink and tangerine because pink is my favorite color and orange is his. In the end I didn’t think the overall look fit me. I’m very drawn to earthtones and warmer colors. I then decided I loved latte and blush pink together and it was something different rather than the usual chocolate brown.
My Fiance made a comment recently that he wished I would’ve stuck with the orange because he loves that color. Now I’m considering adding in tangerine or maybe peach with the blush pink. I’m having a spring wedding and want it to feel very romantic.
My question is how can I bring in that color other than the flowers or centerpieces? I’m already having a hard time with the only latte being the dresses and the centerpieces being mostly pink. For favors I’m probably doing birds nests so not sure how to bring in more there.
Post # 3
@vicozzie: Maybe you could make the programs, table cards, or menu card Peach or Tangerine to tie the same colors used in the flowers. Personally, I think having a menu card in that color placed on the table setting will really make the colors pop! Good luck.
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2010 - Ocean View Villas/Jasmine Seafood Restaurant
I agree.. doing a menu card in a tangerine/peach/ or even a coral would be pretty. Could you do flowers or sashes on the BMs? I personally think all these colors go together and will be very romantic.
Post # 5
Have you chosen your table linens? If not there is certainly an opportunity to bring in the latte in your tablecloth and accent with a peach runner.
If you are having white cloths you can bring in the latte by criss crossing latte and orange ribbons-see this example using other colors
Post # 6
I agree with @mosh20. Paper products are a great way you bring in another color. Maybe you could even find a patterned paper that includes the new color with one or both of the other ones. Also think about candles. (They come in SO many shades.) What about favors? The wedding cake? Candy?