Becky’s Black, White, and Green Wedding Inspiration Board

Becky writes:
“Hi,

I’m getting married May 8, 2010 and my colors are black, white and green. I stumbled upon your site looking for green silk calla lillies and was glad to find this board. I was hoping you could create a board just for me using the above colors with a splash of orange, so I can see what the colors mght look like together with the orange. I have been wanting to add a splash of orange somehow without taking away from the black, white and green. I don’t have a photo of my shoes just yet but I’m going more fun rather than formal seeing as they are low heeled green pumps with a little black bow on the top of the shoe.

I appreciate having a look at your ideas for my board.
Becky”

Becky, I created your inspiration board with flowers in cream and shades of green. I also included and orange rose so you can take a long at the orange flower along with the other colors. I think the orange adds a nice “pop” of color, and if you used it in moderation, could be a very nice accent. I think the bouquets would look great mad up of cream anemones, green and cream dahlias, and green roses (bring in the orange for extra color). Wrap a black ribbon around the stems to finish the look. I hope you like your board!

Dress from David’s Bridal. Items used to create Becky’s Black, White, and Green Wedding Inspiration Board from Afloral.com (clockwise starting at top left):

Green Peony, Green Gerbera Daisy, Black Garbo Ribbon, Cream and Green Dahlias, Orange Rose, Green Open Rose, and Cream Anemone.

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Apple Red and Peridot Green Wedding Inspiration Board

“Please help with an inspiration board. The colors are ivory, sage, and wine. My niece has chosen the apple and peridot color from Davids Bridal.”

I created this inspiration board with mostly flowers in red with hints of gray-green and ivory. The peridot color is such a light green, that many of the green flowers are too bold to match it. I think the bouquets would look great made up of red and ivory flowers with the gray-green eucalyptus as an accent to bring in the green. Perhaps make the bouquets with burgundy and vanilla roses, red orchids, and gray-green eucalyptus. I hope this helps!

Dresses from David’s Bridal.

Item’s used to create the Apple Red and Peridot Green Wedding Inspiration Board from Afloral.com (clockwise starting at top left):

9.5″ Mini Rose Bouquet in Burgundy – SLK-HBQ326-BU

25″ Eucalyptus Spray in Green Gray – SLK-QSE107-GR/GY

23″ Eucalyptus Spray in Green – SLK-QE7181-GR

23″ Premium Open Rose in Burgundy – SLK-FR2007-BU

28″ Latex Calla Lily Spray in Crimson – SLK-GTL819-CS/TT

23″ Premium Open Rose in Vanilla – SLK-FR2007-VA

29″ Phalaenopsis Orchid in Crimson – SLK-GTO004-CS/RE

5/8″ Garbo Ribbon in Red – GYR-162-3-09

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Hope’s Sangria, Kelly Green, and Champagne Inspiration Board

Hope writes:
“My wedding is in April and my wedding consultant is having a problem finding artificial flowers in sangria color. My colors are sangria, kelly green, and champagne.
Can someone please help me?”

Hope, we have some violet flowers that are very, very close to the sangria colored dresses. I think these will work perfectly for you. I created your inspiration board with flowers in violet as well as green and ivory. I think the bouquets would look beautiful made up of green bells of ireland, champagne or ivory roses, and the violet gerbera daisies and rose buds. I hope this helps you out!

Dress from David’s Bridal.

Items used to create Hope’s Sangria, Kelly Green, and Champagne Wedding Inspiration Board from Afloral.com (clockwise starting at top left):

18.5″ Phalaenopsis Orchid in Violet – SLK-HSO159-VI

27″ Open Rose Spray in Champagne – SLK-GTR501-CN

27″ Small Bells of Ireland in Green – SLK-GTI960-GR

23″ Hydrangea Spray in Cream – SLK-FSH823-CR

23″ Premium Open Rose in Vanilla – SLK-FR2007-VA

22.5″ Princess Mary Rose Bud in Violet – SLK-FSR352-VI

5″ Green Bells of Ireland Kissing Ball – SLK-AA0375-GR

24″ Gerbera Daisy in Dark Violet – SLk-FSD338-VI/DK

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