This week we have a light and bright yellow-toned green on our mind: Pantone Linden Green. Pair it with whites and neutrals like we did in today’s board for a warm weather wedding, or combine it with a deep blue or jewel tone for a fall or winter wedding.
L to R: Wedding Paper Divas Flawless Promise invitation, Cake, Tablescape, Alexis Bittar Earrings, Green Dress, Favor Boxes
If you’re on the hunt for an earthy, muted green for your wedding color, Pantone Deep Lichen Green is it. Pair this mossy hue with neutral shades of ivory and hints of lilac for an elegant combination.
L to R: Wedding Paper Divas Brushed Swirls invitation, Centerpiece, Bridesmaids, Succulent Bouquet, LOVE letters
Bright chartreuse green is one of those popular wedding hues that reappear season after season. For a fresh take this spring, try Pantone Tender Shoots. Pair this stylish and punchy color with crisp, classic neutrals like ivory and cream.
L to R: Wedding Paper Divas Lone Leaf invitation, Cake, Floral Arrangements, Tablescape, Shoes, Mojitos
In our last post in the What’s Your Style? series, we look at the belle fleur. The garden bride embraces the beauty of nature in a charming and refined way. Her wedding invitations reflect the magnificence of the natural world, incorporating emerald green leaves and bright blooms with fresh, modern design.
Marriage Garden Wedding Invitation
From L to R: Orchid Green Wedding Cake; Green Wedding Bouquet; Garden Place Holders; Green Wedding Reception; Apple Martinis
To past posts in this series, view:
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