Post # 1
Sorry this is a detailed post. I just don’t know if anything I’ve chosen for my bridal party even matches anymore
I was hoping someone can provide a little insight or direction. None of the orders for the bridal party have been finalized so I can still make changes. The only thing I have is my dress.
The original colors for my wedding were Tiffany Blue and Chocolate with Silver as an accent color. When I met with the florist after brainstorming for colors and looking at a ton of different ideas we decides to to a mixture of orchids and lillies in white and blush pink. Now that we have added the blush pink, should I include the pink in the flower girls dresses?
These were a couple that I liked.
Would you do Tiffany Blue or Pink for the accent color on the dresses?
I just want everything to flow and I don’t know if I’ve lost that look.
The guys are in chocolate tuxes:
The Bridesmaids are in Tiffany/MOH in Chocolate (with silver jewlery and shoes?):
Junior Bridesmaid is in Tiffany Blue with Chocolate Trim:
I have attached pictures of my dress. I ordered it in diamond white and had the train detailed to match the front. I also and having my veil custom made, it has a thin crystal trim and scattered crystals on the bottom.
Post # 3
could you do a white with chocolate trim for the flower girl? I think the tiffany blue wouldn’t seem like too many colors. or you could do white and tiffany or choc for the jr b-maid too.
good luck!!! At the end of the day when you are all standing at the alter you will look great!
Post # 4
- Wedding: April 2010 - Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort, St. Thomas
My friend that just got married chose brown and pink and it was beautiful. I love the tiffany blue and brown combo, and I think a little blush thrown in would be great.
Post # 5
I just feel like you do all this planning and then you step back and don’t even know what direction you are in anymore LOL.
8bitbride- Thats for the suggestion the brown might look cute and it will match the ringbearers tuxes.
Post # 6
I worried I had too much going on in my color palette, so a friend recommended I make a collage. I grabbed a photo of men in black tuxes and pasted a picture of bridesmaids in my dress color next to it, and then I layered over it paint swatches and pictures of things that looked like my flowers. It was a helpful exercise.
Post # 7
I wouldn’t try to incorporate the blush/pink from the flowers into the dresses. Everything doesn’t have to match, it just has to go, and I think the flowers you decribed will go well with the tiffany blue and chocolate dresses.