Post # 1
I really want have yellow and pure blue and some green for my spring wedding. However, these are strong colors and I wasn’t sure which one should be the dominate one, what shades I should combine, what color the flowers should be. should i just pick easy colors?
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2008 - Winery in the Gold Country
Check out Miss Lemon’s summer Blue and Gold wedding for inspiration!
Post # 4
what is pure blue? do you have a sample color?
Post # 5
- Wedding: May 2007 - Wynbrick Center - a historic mansion in my hometown.
lol I just had a trick-or-treater stop by my door–dressed like Flounder from The Little Mermaid! 😀 Blue and yellow stripes 🙂
But to get serious…I think of blue as the mroe dominant between those two colors. Plus, to have more blue (a cool color) would help balance out the two warm colors in your palette (if you consider spring green to be a warm color, that is! :-D) HTH!
Post # 6
- Wedding: May 2008 - United Methodist Cathedral & historic downtown hotel in Cleveland
I think navy blue withe a pale yellow and green could be really awesome together. You could (if you are having attendants) have them wear navy blue, and carry pale yellow flowers. Daffodils, hyacinths, tulips (in addition to more traditional flowers) would all be great yellow flowers for the springtime.
Post # 7
Very Nice choices! I happen to like the idea of blues, yellows and greens. Very earthy especially if you are having an outside wedding. How about toning one of the primary colors down and having one bright pop of color,say the yellow and use the blue and the green as accent colors?
Here a a few ideas…(I adore this blog btw)
(these are my colors…but I’m using more of an apple green)