Sunflower is the Pantone color star this week, and also happens to be one of our favorite floral hues. Use this tone (and variations of it) as the base of your bouquet, mixed with dusty greens and blues for a fresh, naturally gorgeous look.
New for the Pantone Spring 2013 color palette is Sunflower, a deep, marigold yellow. We love this warm hue for a rustic wedding, surrounded by natural textures with subtle accents of it’s namesake flower.
We’re starting a chic new series to highlight the Wedding Paper Divas blog team’s bridal fashion favorites! Check back every Friday to see our latest style lusts and more.
Bright pops of yellow lit up the runways at New York Fashion Week for Spring 2012. This vibrant canary yellow hue is definitely a showstopper and would look stunning for a rehearsal dinner or engagement party. Let the dress be the focal point and pair it with nude or metallic heels and minimal jewlery.
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Your cake is a prime place to elevate your wedding colors. If you’re dreaming of a sunny palette, feast your eyes (and your appetite) on this gorgeous confection we found on The Knot. Delicate layers, a modern square shape and the chic gradient make it so delish.
Yellow is one of those ever popular, always fresh colors that is perfect for a wedding, any time of the year. Though it compliments most palettes and is easy to incorporate in many combinations, we especially love to pair it with gray and crisp white.
Gray and yellow have quickly become the undeniably chic color combination of choice for stylish brides. These hues keep reappearing season after season in our invitation collections and are the perfect starting point for planning your wedding events. We used this soft floral design to inspire today’s bridal shower theme.
Radiant hues combined with modern touches are ideal for a summer wedding. Shades of orange, fuchsia, yellow and green work well together to create a colorful and energetic ambiance. Anchor the bright colors with softer neturals like white and gray for an elegant balance.
Using bold, striking graphics in an eye-catching color combination is a chic way to work a modern theme for your wedding. Black and white is undeniably classic, but once you add pops of bold, bright color and geometric design elements, it becomes decidedly modern.
Nothing sounds quite as refreshing on a warm summer day as a cool, citrus drink or a key lime pie. The delectable dessert was our inspiration for this bright, summer wedding mood board. Shades of lime green and lemon yellow look gorgeous when paired together in floral arrangements and dessert items.