Color is an excellent tool for adding style and personality to your wedding. there are the usual colorful accents like flowers, but there are also some fun options which are more unique. Check out these unexpected ways to add color to your wedding.
I recently saw a photo of a bride wearing a yellow birdcage veil. It might sound odd, but it was absolutely gorgeous on her, and it created such a striking effect. One surprising colorful accent like that can become a true signature piece for your wedding, and will definitely set you apart from the crowd. If yellow seems a bit too daring for you, consider a veil in a soft pink or blush tone. Both tend to be very flattering to the skin and will cast a romantic glow by your face. the open net of a birdcage veil is a good choice for a colored veil that will go over the face, while the traditional fine net tulle would be soft and pretty for a veil down the back.
White bridesmaid dresses are enjoying a never-before-seen level of popularity thanks to the stunning dress worn by Pippa Middleton at the royal wedding. If you are considering dressing your bridesmaids in white, it would be fun to introduce pops of color in their bridesmaid jewelry. Deep amethyst colored crystal bridesmaid jewelry would be stunning with vintage inspired white draped chiffon bridesmaid dresses. with more modern white bridesmaid dresses, try blue bridesmaid jewelry. A very sweet look for a summer wedding would be knee length white lace bridesmaid dresses with pink pearl necklaces.
Most grooms wear pretty serious outfits, especially when the wedding is formal. Black tie is a pretty limited color palette, after all. but that is not to say that the groom cannot experiment with some unexpected touches of bright color of his own. If your wedding is very traditional, he can surprise everyone with a pair of red suspenders under his dinner jacket or a brightly colored pair of dress socks. For a slightly less formal wedding, a bow tie in his favorite hue is a terrific way to brighten up a suit. another fun idea is for the groom to wear a unique boutonierre. It need not even be a flower; these days, guys are wearing lapel decorations made from tiny objects like miniature sailboats, computer chips, and even action figures
Lighting can be a fabulous way to bring more color into your wedding. you can do it in a subtle fashion by replacing standard white lightbulbs with pink ones in chandeliers. just think about the beautiful romantic glow this would cast over your reception. If you want to be more dramatic in your use of color, consider hiring a lighting specialist. They can do all sorts of things, such as cast a colorwash over the white walls of your reception venue, create multi-colored patterns over the dance floor, and even cast your wedding motif onto the walls. the effect will be breathtaking.
How else can you add color to your wedding in a unique manner? you could liven up your wedding ceremony with a boldly colored aisle runner, feature a vibrant signature drink, or even surprise guests during the cake cutting by having a red velvet cake hidden under white frosting. have fun spicing up your wedding with festive colorful accents.