(Closed) I need serious color help ASAP!!!

posted 10 years ago in Themes
Post # 3
1813 posts
Buzzing bee

I still think blue would be a lovely accent color.  I don’t know your taste, but maybe a more oceany/aqua color would work.  That works with navy or black.  Depending on how vintage you want, you could go with a more washed out blue, rather than the Tiffany blue color.  Have you looked @ bouquets with blue to see what you like, or you could always just have the ribbon but an accent color on your bouquet.  What color is the carosel (sp?).  That is SO CUTE, and could be a cute theme to tie in somehow.

 I have to admit I’m not a fan of the bk/white/red scheme.  So, if you aren’t into it, don’t do it!  That being said, you could do a funkier color of red like paprika or persimmon or even a salmon color.  See what flowers you are drawn to, and are in season @ that time, and hopefully that helps!

Post # 4
735 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2009

I think black and white with green and white flowers would be stunning.

A metalic always is a great choice for accent but you don’t have to stop there. 

A light blue might look nice against the beach/ vintage setting. 

Post # 5
312 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

why not blue? any shade, really. i think a very pale blue would be beautiful.

green would be nice too. take a look at mrs. hydrangea’s blog. she has black white and green and its lovely! 

Post # 6
25 posts
  • Wedding: February 2009

Im doing a seaside wedding in navy/midnight blue, aqua and burnt orange. I have seen some wonderful Maine weddings in a bold blue and red too though.

I think you could definately still get away with navy reguardless of the black on his dress whites. Its such a classic color and I havent seen many weddings done in it.

Post # 7
7052 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2010

I vote black with green and white and mostly white flowers. Black and white could be the main with some green as the third softer color.

I wouldn’t go along with red. Too busy. The other three colors would look balanced with one another.

For table decor, white tablecloths with black accents. White and green flowers in silver or black containers. The darkest rose (what IS the name of it? Black magic rose?) would look classic as an accent. White roses, green hydrangea, and a few black magic roses.

Post # 8
40 posts

I say use the bold blue accents that you loved. Perhaps add additional shades of blue and use black for the sash, dress, etc, to match your groom. I love the idea of the brilliant blue, with other shades of blue, and some black. Very seaside and classic.

Post # 10
883 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2009

I know that uniform – if you have the mentai navy blue thing going on – dont worry about his tie.  it really wont make any difference. The navy would work as an accent, and so would the green.  Just keep in mind that as the light fades from the day, the darker colors will all start to look black, so you might want a light accent color in there to still stand out in the fading light.

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