Post # 1
Bees I need help!
I am so confused on what colors to use now. I am having a garden ceremony and reception at a golf course. As of right now we were planning of keeping things very simple and clean, gray, white and pale pink. But I keep finding myself being drawn to yellow. I am worried that my dress being diamond white with the silver beading will not go well with yellow. Anyone have any cool color combos that would look good in the garden!?
Here is my dress.
My current flower inspiration:
And new obsession:
Post # 3
I think that I like the original one just slightly better.
Post # 4
I think yellow would be gorgeous!
Your dress is stunning and because it has such a classic, timeless shape, you can get away with any color! And about the bling, just get your bridesmaids blingy jewelry or get dresses with a bit of sparkle around the waist.
I also think a lighter, paler yellow might look best with the flowers you are currently obsessed with. Because of the paleness of the flowers, it would look perfect for a garden ceremony!
You might also think of doing a mariad of colors- pale pinks, yellows and oranges! i had always imagined those colors for outside ceremonies for some reason. But because you are getting married in July, you could just as easily and beautifully use bright yellows and pinks and such!
No matter what you decide on, it will look lovely!
Post # 5
Your dress is beautiful! It reminds me of Kate Middleton’s reception gown 🙂 I also love both bouquets, but if your only concern with the yellow one is that it will clash, keep in mind that there’s a piece of yellow (ish) furniture in the stock photo of your dress! I really don’t think you can go wrong with either.
Post # 6
Thanks ladies! When my Fiance and I first started talking wedding color we were set on green and gray, then yellow and gray. Then pink got incorporated because I liked pink flowers better than green or yellow. So now I’m just all sorts of confused. Lol. I think the green will be too much with all the green in the garden so I’m pretty sure we will incorporate the yellow. Thanks for all the input! 🙂
Post # 7
Silver is a neutral so it would go fine with yellow. It might be something to consider if you were doing a super rustic, barn style wedding with burlap, doilies, brown suits, and wooden signs but as it (garden/golf course) I don’t think the dress should change your color scheme at all.
Yellow and pink together can sometimes look odd — beachy or childish — so I’d be careful about how you mix them.
Maybe if you make the pink more of a soft coral and yellow just a strong cream. Since you’re in a garden you could always add some hints of soft green as well.
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