Tidbits from Tori: Unique Wedding Colors

Posted by on Aug 22, 2011 in Blog | 2 comments

Being new to the wedding and stationary business, I am always surprised at the requests of some clients. Nowadays, many bride’s know exactly what they want, or know specific details that they want to incorporate on their BIG day. When a client gives Allie a color palette, I often think, “how the heck can she use those colors?” or “she wants to use ALL those colors together?” Allie always drafts up two or three invites to show the client that I absolutely love! How does she do it? I don’t know. But better question, how do these brides use unique color schemes on their day? I have started some research…

 

 


Bright green and orange? Somehow it works. I think the soft green tones down the orange!

 

Yellow looks beautiful with those groomsmen’s suits! and the bouquet is my favorite!

Crazy, But I don’t hate it! Fun idea for the groomsmen to have different ties/bowties!

Coral, salmon color scheme. I love this because they aren’t the same dresses but look great together!

Blue and Pink! Having the splash of color in the bouquet is perfect! Still traditional.

A favorite photo of mine! I love neutral colors so the pink sash is a great touch, adds so much!

 

Remember: It is your day. With the right help, you can make any color palette work beautifully, even if someone thinks it’s CRAZY!

 

-Tori

 

Credits: Wedding Chicks, The Knot, Style Me Pretty, Elizabeth Anne Designs, The Sweetest Occasion, Southern Weddings Magazine

2 Comments

  1. Hi, have we met?……”thinking outside the box” is never a natural response. It’s so much safer to go with the all too familiar. The tried and true classics,they never disappoint. You have proven that stepping out of our comfort zone doesn’t either. I swoon the rainbow bridal party. How cute are the sunglasses? A creative and inexpensive way to show your inner fabulous. Oh and that bouquet? Makes me giddy!

  2. That bouquet is so unlike any other I’ve seen – I love it! And that poppy red bridal party is my favorite example of coordinating but not matching maids! Love it all.

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