My Wedding Decor!
Your colour is Pink and his colour is Blue, so you want the style and theme of your wedding to resonate these chosen colours then you or your wedding planner come up with pink napkins, pink and blue flowers, pink clothes for the bridesmaids, pink sashes for the chair covers, pink and blue drapery… everything all matching!
It is quite easy to get caught up in the matching game. Although it’s your choice and seem like everyone is doing it,however be careful not to INSIST on doing the same and honestly, your wedding planner should know better than drown the venue hall with one particular colour. Choose to be distinct!
Colours should be used strategically and creatively without being overly loud and harassing to the eyes. For example if the colour theme is pink and blue
- Your bridesmaids can go full-on with pink.
- The bouquet does not need to have pink. Some moments of blue could be on it otherwise choose a fresh and exotic look.
- The sashes in the chair covers could have either pink or blue; in that case, the serving plates and napkins do not necessarily need to be the in the same colours. If the napkins, serving plates and drapery is pink and blue, then keep the chair covers plain white including the sashes.
Layering your main colour with another is also a great way to get your theme across without painting everything pink. Here is a simple use of pink in the decor.
This wedding is a “Gold and White” wedding. Notice the colour of the table cloth as against the gold napkin and sashes.
Sometimes the centrepiece is just enough to carry the story or the theme of the wedding like this below. This is a red, blue and black wedding theme.
This decor below is simple and refreshing without overly the top!
June 23, 2017
January 18, 2017