Working with color is almost always a challenge when planning a wedding, but it's so important to get it right. Color is often the thread that ties everything together, from the save the date cards to your place settings. I personally love working with a neutral base and allowing the vibrant tones to really work as the finishing touch for an event, especially in the flower arrangements. You can do this too, just don't be afraid to go with rich color!
For this late Spring wedding, I used the coral peony as the beautiful splash of color throughout the reception. I love the range of pink even in this one flower, from intense coral to a soft, almost blush pink. Photos by Mel Barlow.
I used vibrant autumnal tones for this October wedding. The orange, green, and chocolate brown were beautiful against the cream table linens and very neutral space. This allowed the color to really add a romantic, whimsical touch to the room. Photos by R Wagner.
For this early Summer wedding, I covered the tables in a beautiful oatmeal-toned linen, and the chairs were a whitewashed wood with a natural cotton cushion. I love this very warm neutral base with the amazing pops of purple, plum, and intense pink tones. The orchid bloom on each napkin was a nice touch to bring the color out from the center of the tables. Photos by Christian Oth.
Are you working with a strong color palette or struggling with a solution for balancing bright tones in a neutral space? Let me know if I can help!