Coral is everywhere this year, from bridesmaid dresses to floral arrangements to wedding invitations. Caught between a loud colour and a diminutive one, coral follows a beautiful middle ground. Ramp it up with graphite or keep it mellow with neutral accents. All in all, we love this colour.
Unique Ideas and Trends In Modern Day Calgary Weddings
Within this single colour, there are so many shades that you have an abundance of choice. Great for a late summer or early autumn wedding, buttercup yellow would be a perfectly happy focal point. Pair it with graphite for a modern twist or with mint for a vintage vibe.
What is new for trends for our Calgary Bride for 2013? Check out this article from Lynn Fletcher from Lynn Fletcher Weddings on Trends for 2013. 1. For the Bride Long sleeved gowns and delicate lace with little surprises like an open back. Boleros, shrugs, and jackets are the perfect flourish on top of many […]
Weddings are getting more and more exciting as we progress through the millennia. The Royal Wedding has inspired many trends this year, yet brides are still letting their personalities shine through in their wedding details adding more and more of their “real life” favorites into their weddings. Here are 12 trends that will ignite your imagination and could play a role in your wedding:
A colour in between orange and pink, it’s a gorgeous one to work with. Matched with cream, it becomes a succulent focal point, great for summer. Or put it beside a majestic purple, and you’ve got one bold palette.
Because most teals are such saturated shades, be careful not to overdo it. Stick with neutrals, like black and white, or brown and champagne. It’ll add a zing to your palette, but you won’t be overwhelmed with colour.
An ideal colour for winter, but white is beautiful for fall, too. The creamier shades perfectly pair with oranges and reds for a autumnal feel. For winter weddings, work with silvers and blues for that snowy appeal.
We’ve got apple, we’ve got lime, we’ve got emerald. This colour definitely needs to be the focal point in your palette, and with a smoke grey and a shade of white, you are set. Playing with the shades of your neutrals determine how bold your focal point will be.
The perfect colour for Kate Middleton’s engagement ring, the perfect colour for a wedding. Paired with creme or silver, it can add that splash of elegance to an evening event, or throw in splashes of teal or orange for a fun twist on a traditional colour.
This glorious colour is perfect for any season. For a modern edge, great for a winter wedding, add dashes to black and white. Or if you’re in for a softer feel for a summer’s afternoon, pair it up with orange and cream.