(Closed) Incorporating all wedding colors

posted 6 years ago in Decor
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

what about a pretty napkin ring/ ribbon in lime green? you can also make the programs in light lime green with eggplant font.

Post # 4
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

It’s easy to add green in your flowers:

  • Green Spider Mums: These spiky flowers are perfect if you want something different and modern in your bouquet.

 

  • Green Hydrangea: Although not as big as white hydrangeas, these would be perfect for a garden wedding or a traditionalist.

 

  • Green Kermit Mums: These tiny mums serve great as a filler flower in bouquets and make for very durable boutonniere flowers.

 

 

  • Green Cymbidium Orchids:  Maybe it’s because they’re such an exotic flower but look so elegant in a bridal bouquet.

What do you plan to do for centerpieces? There might be an opportunity there- perhaps the vase, container etc.

Signs for table numbers or names? Ikea Tolsby frames are easy to paint.

 

Post # 6
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I would add small touches like, lime green ribbons around the stems of the bouquets or lime green on the borders of the programs, assuming you are having them. Or in the centerpieces. Add some lime green flowers or touches there! Make it an accent color and I think it will look gorgeous.

 

Post # 7
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

We’re very similar! We’re doing dark purple and shades of green.

Right now we have white tablecloths and 2 different green napkins, as our venue had to charge more for purple linens. Our centerpieces are mason jar bouquets of purple/white paper flowers and votives that are mason jars wrapped in lace.

I used cymbidum orchids for green in the flowers. I’ve also got two versions of our program – one purple with green ribbon, and one green with purple ribbon. Our cookie bags are stamped with either purple or green ink. And our cake will have elements of purple and green in it (meeting with the baker tomorrow).

Also, all my BMs have the same style necklace, but my Maid/Matron of Honor will have amethyst stones and the other two BMs with have peridot.

Post # 10
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

The greenery in your centerpieces will add the green you are looking for.

 Have you considered going without the mirror for a more modern look? or doing a piece of glass painted green on the underside?

I would do the table number in a hit of green, perhaps have some of the text in your eggplant color. That will bring the green down to the table level.

Post # 12
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2012 - El Faro Convention center, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico

We have similar colors!(You have good taste) I don’t think it will look dark at all. Like julies1949 said the greenery and white in your flowers will bring in the light your looking for. If you want more green I would incorporate some green flowers and include the color in some of the details (examples: card box, programs, menu, ribbon wands, signature drink, table numbers etc)

Post # 14
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

My colors are purple, green and hints of gold. I have purple bm dresses and gold runners. I saw so much purple everywhere and no green too. I changed my centerpieces I having a green glass bottle with a purple dhalia and green ribbon around the cake also moss covered rocks around centerpieces. This is what I got:

and cake inspiration but in a much smaller scale probably 2 tier though no ruffles

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