One of our favorite real wedding designs from the past five years has to be Tiffany and Julie’s clean, fresh, bright approach. Their wedding was elegant and tasteful and still managed to incorporate bold, fun colors. This balance can be difficult to achieve. Let’s take a look at how they pulled it together with RSVP Events and photos by Bradley Productions. Start at the Beginning Right from the start, the ceremony brought the color palate to center stage. Incorporating Color at Tables They kept the color patterns consistent by keeping blue as their base linen color and allowing the flowers to brighten up the tables. Scroll up – notice how many of their attendants have this same look with blue dresses and bright flowers? That’s
Fall is in the air in West Michigan, which brings along shades of deep colors, sweater weather, and bold tablescapes. Fall is the time to dare to be different. It’s a time where a black linen isn’t intimidating and dark colors at a wedding become works of art. While I love the clean look of a white linen on a hot summer day, there is something to be said about a dark hue in the middle of Autumn that brings out the beauty of the earth. Dare to Be Bold A black linen seems taboo at times. How could someone possibly choose such a dark color for their event? However, we feel that Autumn is the perfect time to go bold! This season allows the
Gold : Black : Blue These items are available to rent.
Romantic : Vintage All items are available for rent at The Rental Company. All Designs are by Kathryn D. Events.
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