The choice of colour combinations for a wedding are huge, some more popular than others but would you be brave enough to go with a unique, bright and bold colour scheme? We want to share with you a wedding celebration with magnificent tones. Don’t miss it!
Lily & Jeremy chose coral and orange as the main tones for their wedding decor. The flowers were ordered specifically to collaborate with their choice, and they can be seen in every detail of their wedding. As secondary contrasting colours they chose yellow, white and leafy green which we think worked magically well together.
Peonies, roses and anemones with green foliage really stood out in their decor. The retro, vintage, recyled glass vases they chose welcomed their guests into a space full of colour. Rustic tables with citrus fruits complemented the warm, summery orange tone.
This styling wasn’t just restricted to their tables. It was also ever present in the lamps, corners and even by the wedding cake, where flowers and citrus fruits came together with this magnificent concept.
The invitations had a delicate style with romantic typography with gorgeous coral notes.
When it came to the bride’s look, her style added to the basic colours of the wedding, where the bouquet and the bride stole the show, wearing a dress by Jenny Packham with a vintage air of casual elegance.
With regards to the groom, his boutonniere was a mini replica of the bride’s bouquet that added a real brightness of colour to his dark suit and grey tie.
Without doubt a very special combination that added a sense of summer and sunshine to the wedding decor.
Would you like similar tones for your wedding? We’d love to know what you think or what colours you’ve chosen. Let us know! @Zankyou_IE
Photo credits: Esther Sun | Ceremony: Private Residence | Dress: Jenny Packham | Flowers: Flora Vida | Invitations: Hello, Gem! | Coordination: Hello, Gem! | Cake: Christine Dahl | Hair & Makeup: Dreamcatcher Artistry | Groom: J. Crew | Marquee: The Tent Merchant
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