Post # 1
I’m having the HARDEST time deciding between the two color combinations!!!!!! I searched here and on google to see all of the inspiration boards previous bees have created, but I can’t seem to decide! Our wedding will be in October, and it’s an outdoor park wedding. Lots of greenery with gray tiles. Could anyone advise for either one??? My friends think navy is too masculine… Would it be difficult to match the guys’ black tuxedos with the navy/fuchsia also?? HELP!!!!
Post # 3
I love navy and fuchsia, recently saw it on the knot magazine.
Post # 4
I totally think you could do navy and fuschia, and personally, I LOVE that combo!
Post # 5
Navy and fushia sounds pretty!
Post # 6
I love jewel tones. What about purple, navy AND fuchsia?
Post # 7
navy and fuschia is such a pretty color combination! I love the contrast between the two colors. purple and fuschia is too girly for me (i just think back to the days of being a kid where all i wore was purple and pink…sometimes at the same time, gotta love the 90s…).
Post # 8
I’d go for Navy.
As a bonus, it will be easier to work with. There is a huge variation of pruple colors out there, and it would be super hard to color coordinate everything, but most Navy colors are the same 🙂
Post # 9
I’m with Jo Jo Bananas here – what about allt three?!?!?!
Post # 10
Navy and fuchsia is amazing–the navy just makes the fuchsia pop so much. I don’t think navy is too masculine at all–it’s usually a really flattering color I think on most women, and lots of bridesmaid’s dresses seem to come in that color. I think it will look realy pretty against the green and gray at your reception site too.
Post # 11
Navy and fuchsia look good so long as you use the bright pink sparingly – it then really pops but without being overwhelming.
Try adding a green – emerald or sage – as a third, calming color that will beautifully compliment both the navy and fuchsia.
I actually love the colors so much I chose them for my company! 🙂