Post # 1
Hi ladies! 🙂
Any ideas you might have with my colors will be apreciated!!!!
Also is any of you ladies using the same colors as me? Post any photos that you think might be helpful! I had a hard time chosing my colors (I LOVE GREEN so that was easy to chose..even though i struggles a little with the shade of green).
Post # 3
Gold charger plates!
I just gotta say, kiwi green, gold and ivory sound BEAUTIFUL together. Hadn’t thought about that particular combo before. Are you accenting with any other colors?
Post # 4
So found out today that bridesmaids were not very happy with green dresses (especially kiwi green) and decided to go with fuchsia. I am so confused lol but fuchsia dresses look great on their skin tones (and mine because I am more pale). My 3 bridesmaids all have tan skin so I though they would be happy with green, but no. And really it doesn’t bother me as much, but I would like some HELPPPP. We will most likely go with fuchsia dresses for them, but I still want GREEN. So I was hopping to use lots of green for decorating. I will ask for help from my florist, but I would apreciate ur ideas too.
Green and Fuchsia are the 2 colors that need to be used. Please help me out to create a new color theme. What shade of green would u recomend? Should I just keep it fuchsia and green? I don’t care as much about the gold. I had just chosen gold since the groomsmen were not happy with brown (originally i wanted kiwi green, brown and ivory and wanted the guys to wear dark brown suits). I am usually a pretty decisive person, but I also want to make everyone happy and comfy. It looks like no matter what I do somebody would not be happy (in this case the guys wearing fuchsia ties lol) but I’d much rather have the girls happier than the guys 🙂
Post # 5
Fuscia or magenta would be a perfect color for dresses. These colors look good on almost anyone’s skin!
Post # 6
those colors are awesome together!
Post # 7
I think there’s plenty you can do with those colors. If I were you, I’d keep your original (ivory, green, gold), and then just add accents of fuscia.
Post # 8
@aruka11: I second this. Your original palette sounds fantastic for the decor, and while I think the a bold pop of fuschia will look fantastic for the dresses, you really only need small accents of it in other aspects of the wedding to tie everything together.
Post # 9
Thank you ladies! I am starting to love this combination! Accents of fuscia it is! 🙂