We originally had a similar color scheme to yours when our wedding was scheduled for May 2020! But since we had to move our wedding up to February, we changed our colors to wine, navy, blush, and rose gold
Looks so pretty! We are getting married in April. The girls dresses are guava from DB which is like a coral color. I found this bouquet on Pinterest and it pretty much picked my color scheme for me!
Burgundy, gray, and blush are our colors. My bridesmaids dresses are all burgundy and long but mismatched to fit each shape size and style. The guys will wear suits similar looking to the groomsmen shown.
We're doing white and blue porcelain everywhere, plus little pops of an elegant red as red is a tradition color in Chinese weddings. I want things to feel natural so I'll also be generous with the blue, blush tones, greeneries, and mix of gold and silver. We can't use too many white flowers though because they're actually very commonly associated with funerals in China. But I'll still use some because they're beautiful. 😍
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That is probably the world's cutest flower girl dress. 😍
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Yes! I think so too, thanks! We saw it at a wedding we went to and fell in love with it! $32 on Etsy!! And since my venue prohibits any artificial or real flowers in their venue (its a protected museum) this is beyond perfect!! My niece will just hold a little basket walking down the aisle.
We’re getting married on the beach in Orange County, CA so our colors are a California sunset (so shades of blue, pink, and orange). Our groomsmen/bridesmaids will be wearing the below suits and dresses, and my flowers will reflect the oranges and pinks of the sunset. Our cake will also have all these colors in a descending sunset.
I love your colors!! We are doing rose quartz & serenity for our garden wedding at an art museum. Not typical to do pastels for a winter wedding, but we live in FL so it’s basically warm all year long. 😂