Isn’t it true that flowers are a necessity for a wedding to be complete? Send gorgeous blossoms on your floral wedding invitations to set the mood for a wedding full of flowers. We offer a wide range of designs that are not only stunning but also extremely appealing.
Have you selected the hues for your wedding? Your floral wedding invitation should match the hues of your wedding.
Which hues are most common in floral designs? You will adore pink and blue flowers because they are so lovely and have a fairy tale appearance. For a summer wedding, light blue and dusty blue are ideal, especially if hydrangeas are used. Of course, inviting guests with colorful flowers is wonderful!
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Summer Wedding Colors Ideas
Many brides choose vibrant oranges, strong yellows, and cheery blues for their color palette when planning summer weddings. But don’t be afraid to stray from the norm! Punchy primary colors, tropical greens, and earthy neutrals are just a few of the unexpected color combinations that will fit in perfectly at summer weddings.
Continue reading to learn how to incorporate these colors from summer weddings into your own holiday celebration.
We’ve got you covered with blush, the popular wedding color of the moment. The pinkish-neutral shade often imitates the season’s more subdued florals and is the ideal balance of warmth and femininity. For a romantic color scheme that blends into nature, combine with soft earth tones, candles, modern stemware, and fluffy blooms.
We adore this citrusy hue as an all-over accent color, even though you might not want to go overboard with the color (unless, of course, you do!). Use a variety of colorful objects to add color to an otherwise natural table setting, such as copper mugs, tinted glassware, vibrant flowers, and bright fresh fruit.
Why not think about an elegant mauve if cherry-red was just a little too much for you? Although the warm, romantic hue is more prominent in the fall, we believe it works beautifully in the summer. For a chic, relaxed atmosphere that will make your guests miss their days spent camping, combine with bare tables, rustic ceramics, and accents of rust and dusty rose.