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Wedding Colors

Madelyn, on May 26, 2022 at 10:01 PM Posted in Style and Décor 0 12
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Doing a poll. I am getting married September 9th,2023. I can't decide what colors. Interested to see what other people think. Also if you're planning to do these colors or know someone that has done these colors, i'd love to see pictures!



Wedding Colors 1Option 1

Wedding Colors 2Option 2Wedding Colors 3Option 3Wedding Colors 4Option 4



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Latest activity by Paige, on May 31, 2022 at 5:16 PM
  • Bird
    Expert June 2021
    Bird ·
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    My favorite is option 4. It’s stunning. It might be harder to find blue/teal flowers in season too.
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  • Cece
    Rockstar November 2022
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    My favorite is the last photo. I love how it combines soft spring colors with classic autumn colors- perfect for that season transition in September
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  • M
    Beginner September 2023
    Madelyn ·
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    Thank you !!!
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  • M
    Beginner September 2023
    Madelyn ·
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    Thank you!
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  • Jmz
    Rockstar July 2022
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    I prefer 4! I think that 1 will be difficult because although it's beautiful, teal is hard to find. I'm using natural blues in my florals a bit, and it's not easy. 🙈 4 is classy and you'll find it easier to find the right flowers.
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  • Sarah
    Super September 2022
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    My favorite is 4 ! I’m getting married September 17th of this year and our colors are dark rust and gold. These are the flowers we will have for all of our arrangements! Rust colored mums, white roses, baby’s breath and eucalyptus. My bridesmaids will be wearing the color cinnamon from David’s bridal 😍Wedding Colors 5

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    These will be our centerpieces then we will have baby’s breath and eucalyptus around it! Our table cloths will be white and then I bought dark rust table runners to go on each table 🤗
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  • Allison
    Devoted May 2022
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    I like number 4! Very pretty!
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  • Sloane
    Rockstar May 2022
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    I actually really love the first two. I am always partial to Blue. 💙
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  • Cathy
    Dedicated September 2022
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    All are beautiful!! I love #4 because in many places Sept still feels like summer & you are combining that with a lean toward fall! My daughter’s wedding is Sept 3, 2022…just 98 days away! Her colors are dusty rose & then white roses, gardenia, baby’s breath & greenery!
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  • Pirate & 60s Bride
    Legend March 2017
    Pirate & 60s Bride ·
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    I love #1. The golden colors remind me of fall yet still happy & bright. Also love #3. It reminds me of fall turning to winter and it’s a rich and different palette.
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  • Alex
    Just Said Yes September 2023
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    I love Option 4! We're getting married Sept 15, 2023 and our colors are dark green, light green, white, and soft pink/dusty rose. Probably something similar to the picture below. September is one of those months you can get away with summer or fall colors since it's sort of in between the two seasons (at least in Colorado it is which is where we're getting married). I think Option 4 is the perfect color combo for that type of year! Now that I'm seeing it, I might need to add a little soft orange to our color palette too Smiley smile

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  • Paige
    Rockstar October 2022
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    3 is similar to what we're doing! It's kind of a jewel tone palette, but our "official" colors are teal, mulberry, and silver. I'm planning to work the teal color into the fabrics (bridesmaid dresses, linens, etc.) and get the mulberry color through the florals.

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