One wedding tradition that never seems to fade away is that of having a colour theme.
Your chosen colour may depend external influences such as the colour of rooms at your wedding venue. Or you may think weddings are one of those rare occasions where you get to paint the world your favourite colour, have those you love wear it and generally lord about in it. And why not?! But the challenge comes when you think beyond the dress code (i.e. cravats, bridesmaids and flowers) to find other places to use your chosen colour.
So with that in mind, we have come up with a few unique wedding ideas for some of the popular colour palates.
Both a girl and a boys best friend. They say that men who wear pink display true masculinity! Pink is sweet, yet elegant, so aesthetically pleasing and dreamlike. From deepest plum to palest blush there is so little to not love about pink.
Blue is serene, calming and such a complimentary colour. It’s also a particularly dashing colour for the men. But then where do you go? We’ll tell you! Tinted glassware, classic China, and streamers everywhere…
Blue table clothes/linen
Gold isn’t just glitz and glamour but timelessly chic too. The real joy of a gold themed wedding comes in a can of spray paint that you can take to pretty much anything!
Everything sprayed gold!
Gold statement jewellery
Perhaps not always received with delight, green is a more unusual choice but what is wrong with unusual weddings, particularly if it fits in with your unusual wedding venue? Green is beautifully botanical, regal, luxurious, antique, fresh and fruity.
Antique green furniture
Last but not at all least is a very popular colour for summer weddings. There are two classic flowers that everyone loves that we associate with yellow, which are the Sunflower and the Daffodil. But it doesn’t stop there. Yellow spells warmth, happiness, positivity, optimism and joy.
Yellow bow ties
Watch this blog for more unusual wedding colour palate ideas…