One of the ways we like to assist brides-to-be is as simple as suggesting different color bridesmaid dresses for his or her bridesmaid dresses. Ways of working color through all of the aspects of a marriage party.
And today, because spring is most surely on its way (contributing to time too) we will feature a periwinkle blue and pink color theme.
It's an intimate color mix. Delicate, classic, dreamy, and lovely.
Mix the 2 and your maids can pick the shade that meets them best.
Talk to your florist about flower options. We're thinking pink peonies, blush pink roses, forget-me-nots, cornflowers, delphiniums. Don't feel you need exact color matches, it appears much better to combine it up a little.
The same applies for your bridesmaid frocks. Windsor blue, periwinkle, and blush are a handful of color options from Dessy, but each one of these shades could be mixed and matched together and can blend beautifully. (Think sort of ombre effect).
If you would like some help choosing your colors and dealing out which combo you want better, then check Dessy's Pantone color tools, which provide you with the right shades to help you communicate them for your florist, bridal designer, venue, cake decorator - and whoever must know.
Tie the wedding bouquet (and perhaps the velvet bridesmaid dresses) with red and pink ribbons, in soft gauze.
We love floaty chiffons and lighter fabrics with one of these colors, particularly if you're using a rustic style big day and getting married within the afternoon.
As the bride to be, you can give a nod towards the theme together with your bouquet obviously - but additionally maybe with a few delicate blush pink wedding shoes or blue, peeking out shyly in the hem of the wedding gown.
Flower crowns are using a moment at this time, so consider them for the maids, as well as yourself, whether it's a boho kind of an event. They look super cute on flower girls obviously.