I will be getting married outdoors at a Historical Farm in Pennsylvania this July 2013. I would love my bridesmaids to carry lavender bouquets (like I just plan to buy dried lavender, wrap them beautifully, & call it a day). For the Guys I want to make Lavender/Rosemary/Thyme boutonnieres. We are collecting wine bottles for centerpieces (green/white tall flowers in there) – but I am TOTALLY stuck on bouquet for me. I am not a big fan of roses but would love your ideas!
Tuesday’s post Emerald Green Wedding Inspiration showcased the Pantone 2013 Color of the Year, Emerald Green. The rich, brilliant green hue has already been popping up all over home decor, fashion and weddings.
We’re back today to talk about Emerald Green wedding decor inspiration. Emerald Green is a versatile hue with the ability to fit a variety of wedding themes from vintage romantic, rustic to modern, chic. With each theme Emerald Green takes on a different role.
For a romantic wedding theme look to add vintage touches with green glassware. Pair with other vintage plates, teacups, linens and lace. Emerald Green is worked into the decor items like glassware or patterns on plates and cups as an accent.
A rustic wedding theme can also incorporate Emerald Green into decor items. In this instance the color becomes one of the elements like moss or flowers. For a rustic wedding natural items like branches and moss are strong elements to bring together simple elegance and natural beauty.
The last wedding theme to look at is a modern, chic wedding. This type of theme would bring Emerald Green to the forefront of the decor. Our inspiration photo from inspiredbythis.com uses clean, defined decor. The striped table linens, simple centerpieces of tall vases and neutral flowers with green glass ware accented by green napkins laid over each table setting with menu cards.
Don’t forget Emerald Green can even be found in your dessert table! Go for something fun like trendy cup cake, cake pops or macaroons all in green.
Hi there, my wedding is for May 25, 2013. The theme was a mix between spring and beach, so we thought tropical was a good word. My original colors are coral reef and pool (sort of like an aqua). Both colors are from Davids Bridal. Although these two are the main colors, I was inspired by the some hues of orange/tangerines, but not too much of it like the pictures attached. The flowers I really like are gerbera daisies and calla lilies.
Hi My name is Amy. I am planning my wedding for June 1,2013. I want hydrangea to be my main flower but im not sure how to do the bridesmaids flowers or the grooms men flowers or mine. Im not sure how to incorporate them in the cake either. I like the green flower they have on the cake in the picture my cake will be like that but round. the girls dress is a Malibu color with one shoulder. I am also not sure how i would do the centerpieces. thank you so much for your help.