Post # 1
Am I the only one who has changed their colors a million times and is having difficulty settling on colors?!
I feel like everyone is doing the colors I pick and want something different and I feel like I am driving everyone crazy
Post # 3
@Gagnon_party_of_2: Oh no! 🙁 What color palettes have you gone through? What can we do to help?
Post # 4
I have gone from pink and navy blue (the preppy thing) then we decided that the preppy thing isnt really us we are more the country thing (we love to hunt fish and ride horses) so we changed it to pink and turquoise and realized that looked like couches from the 90’s and then we switched it to coral and seamist but I am super picky and about the seamist color and cant find that perfect color so I was thinking either like apple green and tangerine or shades of coral and pinks with accents of yellow and greens
Post # 5
There’s only so many colors that no matter which ones you’ve picked, everyone else has done them in some way. I thought purple was a rare color in weddings, but boy was I wrong. It’s really what you do with those colors that counts. If you like the country, a blush pink with yellow and green accents would be lovely… though it seems like all the vintage/rustic/country themed weddings on Pinterest are blush. So you’ll already be sticking out with coral.
Don’t get hung up on being ‘unique.’ Just do what you like.
Post # 6
Who do you mean by “everyone” ? Do you mean friends in your circle or just the inspiration boards on pinterest and stuff? I also drove myself (and everyone) crazy finding the “perfect” colour palette, but you know, it doesn’t matter what other people have done. I mean, if your best friend is getting married two weeks before you, you probably don’t want to have the same colours. But seeing a dozen other coral and pink weddings on pinterest doesn’t mean your wedding won’t be unique! Do what you like, have themes and colours that are meaningful to you and your Fiance, and your wedding will be unique and wonderful because of it’s your wedding! 🙂
Post # 7
It sounds like what is really interesting you guys is some form of pink with some form of blue. So, it seems like you need to decide on the feel you’re going for, work these colors in somehow (anywhere from teal to navy to maybe even royal blue) paired with (pink, coral, fuschia?, blush)!
I think we all innately have multiple sides to our personality. Originally, Fiance and I were going to do nature theme with a lot of greens, browns, etc. Then we were going to do purples, light blues, and almost faerie like. Now we’re doing a Spanish theme with our main color as red! I could have easily done any of my previous palettes and many other. All you have to do is realize that your wedding palette doesn’t have to COMPLETELY define you! Just pick what you think you’ll feel the most comfortable with (for me, it was merging culture, nature, and romantic/sophisticated vibes!) Then stick with it! Whenever you see something else that makes you start to regret, start searching for palettes and themes similar to the one you have chosen and you’ll be reminded of why you love it! 🙂 It’s worked for me!
Post # 8
yes there are several friends that are doing very similar colors.
I know I am just way over thinking it and wanna make sure everyone likes it and approves and I think thats whats really messing me up someone will tell me they’re not a fan of a color and I automatically wanna change it.
Im really liking the corals, greens, and yellows.