Sometimes wedding colors can be quite a bore. During “wedding season” many people attend weddings back to back. Guests of weddings might attend 2-3 weddings in a month during the normal spring to summer wedding season. Why not choose a wedding color palette that stands out? To mix things up a bit, try to use bright pops of colors in your wedding theme. A color like orange would be a refreshing variation to the traditional wedding color palette.
Orange is bright and can easily make a bold statement in the wedding you are planning. If you like the idea of including a bold color but would like to be more reserved with your color choice, think about adding an accent color. What goes with bright orange? Try a pale sky blue to offset the color orange.
Just look below to see for yourself:
Think about sky blue/teal colored bridesmaid dress with orange flower blossoms as bouquets. These colors are complementary, which means that the colors ‘pop’ just a little more.
Think about mixing in peach and ivory colored accents if orange is too daring.
A monochromatic floral arrangements with a variety in floral heights brings drama to a playful color palette.
Icy Orange treats make a summer wedding refreshing while at the same time sticking to the color theme.
If you do not want to have a large floral arrangement, think about placing single orange blossoms in a wine glass to create a romantic atmosphere.
What about giving oranges as a wedding favor?
Make decorations with sliced oranges! Oranges can also be sliced and be put into the water for a refreshing beverage.
Orange flavored cocktails are a must!
Remember to tie in orange with your accent color to set the tone of your wedding in your wedding invitation.
Happy Planning :)