Post # 1
I’m planning a fall wedding but I wanted more of the earthy and warmer tones of fall rather than the “festive” colors like reds, yellows, and oranges. So I decided on green, ivory and (truffle) brown with a few accents of black. However, now I’m lost in a sea of green. I don’t know which color green to choose from. I was originally going for a soft green like apple green but I also love the celadon green. But when I started looking at invites I’m getting free from the tux shop, I saw alot of olive on there. My worry is if I go with an apple or celadon green, how common would these colors be to easily find them? Which green is most popular?
Post # 3
It might help you to narrow down your green choices by checking out what potential venues offer in their color palette. I did green as my main color, and my venue offered a light shade which was sort of a mix between the soft apple green and sea-foam green. Here’s a pic. But honestly, if you end up mixing a few shades of green, it’s going to end up looking great anyways.
Post # 4
You could do an olive shade of green. That would look nice with the brown and ivory. I agree the with the other PP that different shades of green is also a nice option.
Post # 5
I think that with truffle and ivory, a deep forest green would look elegant and sophisiticated, or a bright apple green will lend a more casual vibe.
Post # 6
Okay thanks ladies. I’m really trying to bring the green out in the flowers and decor. I like the idea of having different shades of green, I hadn’t thought about that.