Post # 1
I swear my Fiance is just going to take me to the court house to get married..lol!
We were supposed to get married in July but we didnt and and that time I went through all kinds of colors. It started off with hot pink and pale pink, then it went to hot pink and black. Then we decided to wait and get married in Dec. 2011 due to financial issues so I then changed it from hot pink and black to black, white, and silver because I wanted to have a winter wonderland type wedding. And then it happened…I saw the most beautiful wedding pics ever. I initially told him back when he proposed to me that if I had a long time to plan and had some money that my ultimate dream wedding would be ivory, pale pink, and a light gold. I kinda forgot about it and then when I saw the pics well it happened all over again 😛 So he will be home from work in approxiamately 15 mins and I get to tell him! He’s gonna kill me! LOL! But on another note, anybody got some other cute inspiration pics or ideas for me? I gotta make this good!!
Post # 3
I think Martha Stewart has some cute pink and gold on her wedding site.
These are from Snippet and Ink:
And I know how you feel about colors! I’m doing all white because I couldn’t decide.
Post # 4
I can’t decide at all on colors! One day it was turquoise, orange and yellow. Then it was yellow and navy blue. Now I am thinking turquoise and magenta/purple. *sigh* Only 199 days until the day. I have to pick something!
Post # 5
I have the solution! Stop looking at other options now!
Seriously, there are so many wonderful color schemes out there that it is difficult to choose.
Ivory, pale pink and light gold will be beautiful. Spend your time and energy on finalizing your choices within this color scheme.
Post # 6
I think that sounds elegant.
I realized reading this that I put no thought into colors. I kinda just picked two colors i discussion one day as hypothetical and it stuck. It did chang slightly due to the bridesmaids dresses and I couldnt get the exact shade I wanted (apple green turned to meadow green).