Post # 1
Hi girlies ! I’m getting married in Spring and my colors will be blush pink and champagne. Although, I wanted to add "bright pinks" for the colors to pop in pictures, I really wanna just stick to my colors ( blush pink and champagne ).
Any ideas on what details I can add to achieve a more " spring-y " look? Thanks!
Post # 3
The flowers should help you out here — what are your flower plans? What about some purples to make things pop?
Post # 4
I love your color scheme! I think Martha Stewart had some great examples in these colors a few months ago. You should do a search on her site.
Post # 5
I think blush pink flowers, especially those that have softer petals and when in abundance, do a great job of conveying spring. Also, I think that lighter-weight fabrics and flowing lines for Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses can help with that. I guess it just depends on what your image of Spring is. Things like long branches with blossoms will give the sense of newness and blossoming that I associate with Spring.
Post # 6
Thanks for your help!My BMs are wearing pink. My bouquet will be all pink. I’m thinking of wearing light pink shoes too.
Just not sure if the light pink and champagne will look too washed out for spring. I guess bringing a lot of pinks into the wedding will do it eventhough they are "light pink" and not the bright kinds.
I dont know if I made sense here =P
Post # 7
I know you want to mainly stick with your colors, but how about a soft spring/apple green? (Like the link color on this site). It would "blend in" a lot because it’s a natural color of flowers and greenery – so it would pop like you want, but not stand out above the pink/champagne shades you already have! You could use it just with the flowers, or add a small hint of green somewhere else – like a charger plate, centerpiece vases, or tealight holders.
Also, you could try incorporating several different shapes & textures of flowers. Spider mums, dahlias, and button mums, for example. Flowers are as ‘spring’ as you can get!
Post # 8
You could have the pop of pink be the ribbon that your bouquet is wrapped in. I think a florist might be able to suggest something. If your bridesmaid dresses have a sash having a shade up from the dress color.
You could always leave it with the softer colors and it will still look great. There is something beautiful about the simplicity.
Post # 9
I just saw this post on Wedding Bee Pro and I remembered your question… Your choice of colors is beautiful… hopefully this will help…
Post # 10
- Wedding: February 2009 - Small church ceremony with mountain-view log cabin reception
totally agree with Heidiinwonderland about adding some green- that could really make your flowers pop and will bring out the pink next to the champagne. I love your color choice! Spring weddings are so breezy and fun!