(Closed) Turquoise & White Colors

posted 5 years ago in Themes
Post # 3
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL

I ran into the same problem so I am haivng my BMs wear white cocktail dresses.

Post # 4
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Honey Beekeeper
Post # 5
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2011

Turquoise should actually be really easy to find right now since the turquoise/red combo is so pretty and popular! I think the turquoise/white will look very clean and fresh, it’s a great idea!

Post # 7
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I’m doing aqua and yellow. It’s really hard to find exact shades in the turquoise, aqua, teal range, so basically anything close is acceptable for our wedding. The wedding is Friday so if it looks horrible I’ll know then. lol

Post # 8
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I’m doing black/white/Tiffany blue (it’s close).  I didn’t want the girls to look horrible in Tiffany blue dresses & only I get to wear white, so they are wearing black

Post # 9
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Helper bee

I plan on doing a aqua/teal/turquoise/tiffany blue  im not specific on the actual color ill end up closest to because I have noticed that no shade looks exactly like a nother … So Im starting with shoes… I figure that will be the hardest to match and I’ll work my way up from there -_- and plus teal/ mint is trendy now so theres a lot more options now than they were when I was planning this years ago in my mind haha  ..So it’s helpful that the color is popular at the moment

Post # 12
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Helper bee

If you have only been looking online I would strongly suggest seeing these in person because the photo colors can vary ! Or try and get swatches of the colors if you haven’t already….  I hate when I order things that look one color online and a totally different color in person and I usually take photos with my phone that way i can compare from store to store for the most part they sjould hopefully have similar lighting and I know my photos haven’t been altered … But obviously this all depends if there is a store near you -__-  because ordering and returnig can get annoying real fast !! but it will help to keep things matching since all the pictures are taking with the same camera settings … But yea because the color scheme is grey white and turquoise once you find the right color dress all the other decor being slightly ” different won’t  be that noticeable plus different fabrics and matials will apear different colors just because of different textures >.< feww I can feel the head ache starting already haha but if I had a color scheme of say red & navy blue I would totally be more adamant about my colors all being cohesive … I won’t be picking BM dresses for a while but I know I’ll be pulling my hair out trying to find ones that match my shoes so good luck !! 

Post # 13
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Helper bee

I don’t think all white is boring for the bride I would do that personally and then add more color in the BM bouquets 

Post # 14
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Helper bee

I have no clue how you feel about real vs fake but I know you can die white flowers…. I have no clue what I wanna use but i thought  was cute .. My soon to be brother in law wedding was recent and I know some people kinda wished the flowers were some alternative to real one because they would be able to save them which I thought was sweat so I’ll prob end up doing a mixture somehow but I found this while browsing for ideas

 http://www.etsy.com/listing/90688640/wedding-bouquet-with-turquoise-aqua-blue. … I feel some fake flowers look cheap but if something is done well and it also lasts forever I’m not totally opposed… I’ll prob save the real flowers for center pieces and decorating the church and ill prob mix a few real ones into the bouquets if they blend well but using alternatives is a good way to get the colors you really want in addition to just a matching ribbon

Post # 15
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Bee Keeper

We had turquoise, ivory and silver two years ago, and even then it was hard to find many things in that color. Once I did I snatched them up! We weren’t too picky with an exact match either, but did the best we could. It was at the beach,so a little more casual.

Here’s some pictures of the colors, and white flowers were used too.

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