Post # 1
I was wondering if any of you had a teal wedding? I have teal bridesmaid dresses and I’m still deciding on what other colors to put with teal. I would love to hear about your teal wedding and if you have any pictures you would like to share that is an added bonus! Thanks in advance!
Post # 2
I didn’t, but peacock colors would be a good way to go. They look great together. I think it might be a little trendy right now, but I’m not one to keep up with that stuff.
Post # 3
Red, orange, or purple would look great.
Post # 5
- Wedding: November 2015 - Ballroom
My bridesmaids wore dark teal, almost a peacock blue for their dresses. We did the same color on our tablescapes, with our other predominant color, silver. White and yellow were used as accents. Many commented (and I agree) that the dark shade of teal looked good on everyone!
Post # 6
I like teal and orange/yellow together. Or! Teal and red… but that might look super dated in a few years.
Post # 7
Hey there! I had Tiffany Blue, lighter than teal and I teamed it with red. I love teal, navy and purple together, but like a Peacock theme wedding colours.
Post # 8
We did teal, mint green and grey. I contemplated adding a but of yellow, but ultimately decided against it.
Post # 9
There are so many shades of blue and green that are referred to as teal, so you can use almost any colors.
teal peach and red
shades of teal,purple and yellow
copper and yellow
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Post # 11
- Wedding: September 2014 - Turf Valley
I had a Tiffany Blue theme which is pretty close to teal. We did the Tiffany Blue, White, and had silver and accents.
Post # 12
I’m doing turquoise, which is close to teal, and peach with accents of yellow, gray, and champagne. I orginially wanted to do turquoise and red/orange but once I started looking at pictures it felt too obnoxiously bright for the romantic feel I was going for.
Post # 13
I had dark blue, aqua, teal and gold as my colours. Bridesmaid dresses were peacock green and maid of honor was a royal purple.
Post # 14
I did an ombre effect of teal. Starting with the darker and using 3 shades lighter. That way I didn’t have difficulty finding the same color for everything.
Post # 15
I did teal, mint, burgundy and gold. It was tasteful and beautiful. Fall wedding=jewel tones.