(Closed) wedding delima

posted 9 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

Why do you need another color?

Post # 5
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

That, I can’t help you with. You kind of just have to try stuff out and see what it looks like.  It should be easy if you have a creative eye.  If you don’t, then you should probably ask for help from people that can actually see what you are working with.  I’m sure it would be a lot easier.

Post # 6
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Buzzing bee

Three colors is generally the max that people choose. Two main, and one accent. I don’t suggest the bridesmaids to be in ivory. Ivory is very close to white, and the bride is supposed to stand out. If they are in mainly green, with an ivory sash, that would look great. The groom should match your dress, so they usually have an ivory vest. Chief bridesmaid could be in gold, if thats your colors. You could give the groomsman gold vests and green ties or bows to pull it all in. If the bridesmaid dresses arent floor length, you could do gold shoes instead of an ivory sash and that would be even better. you could also put the chief bridesmaid in a different style dress, but still have the same color, or she could just have a different color bouquet.

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