- 7 years ago
- Wedding: June 2012
I’m having the hardest time with colors, and my mom lives hundreds of miles away and does not have internet, so she can’t really help. If anyone can offer any advice, I’d really appreciate it!
I’m going for a very natural theme, with the main colors being green, champagne, and hints of pale pink. I want the colors to come mostly from nature – with an outdoor wedding and reception, the backdrop will be very green. I’ve never really been a fan of brightly colored bridemaids dresses – I envisioned neutral bridesmaids dresses. The bouquets will be full of green with a bit of ivory and pale pink in them. So here is what I have going so far, but I’m so worried it won’t look good when it all comes together.
(minus the pink sash, plus a crystal sash)
Bridesmaids dresses in a color called champagne:
One of the bridesmaids dresses in real life (ignore the pink dress):
The next pic gives you an idea of what the Bridesmaid or Best Man dress looks like next to an ivory wedding dress:
Flower girl dress, minus the brown sash, add something like the sash below:
Here is a pic of the flower girl dress, with a swatch of the champagne Bridesmaid or Best Man dress hooked on it (again, ignore the pink fabric):
So what do you think – is this all going to work? Do you have any advice to make this all fit together better? I’m worried the colors won’t look quite right – like maybe the color of the Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses will clash with the ivory of my dress and the flower girl dress. The Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses are such a strange color, but I really like it – kind of like an antique ivory (and I love the overall look of ivory bridesmaids dresses). I could go with the pink color Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses, but blush pink is just not what I’m going for.
I also worry that the lace of the flower girl dress will look funny since my dress is lace, and they’re not really the same kind of lace.
Anyway, if any of you creative bees have any tips for me, I’d love to hear them!