How to Add Color to Your Wedding
How to Add Color to Your Wedding
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Who says your chairs can't bring a pop of color to the table? (Pun intended) Opt for bright red ones like this, and your guests will be wowed!
Photography BY KT Merry Photography
A pop of deep pink is gorgeous in any form. But in a bright and bold bouquet? Pure magic.
Photography BY Caroline Joy Photography
Let your 'maids strut in style in some pretty colored frocks.Trust us, they'll thank you.
Photography BY Ciara Richardson
For extra points, style your groom rock an awesome colored bowtie like this orange polka dotted number.
Photography BY Max Koliberdin
Rule of thumb: when it comes to florals, go bright or go home.
Photography BY Ellie Grover Photography / Event Planning BY A Savvy Events / Floral Design BY Nancy Liu Chin
Serve these bad boys at cocktail hour, and your day will be a hit. Promise.
Photography BY KT Merry Photography / Catering BY Movable Feast Catering
Table Runner
Make a serious statement with a bold ikat runner just like this!
Photography BY Jose Villa Photography / Planning BY Laurie Arons Special Events / Floral Design BY Kathleen Deery Design
Hot pink Jimmy Choos? Enough said.
Photography BY Jose Villa Photography
Your guests will go wild for a colorful cocktail.
Photography BY Three Nails Photography
Lips + Nails
A bold red lip, or hot hued nails will make your bridal portraits pop!
Photography BY Merari Photography
An all-white cake with pretty pops of yellow leaves you with the best of both worlds.
Photography BY Chelsey Boatwright Photography
Want to add a little whimsy to your wedding? Some bright colored balloons should do the trick.
Photography BY O'Malley Photographers
Gussy up the dessert bar with a bold ombre backdrop that'll steal the show.
Photography BY onelove photography / Design and Coordination BY WINK! Weddings / Florals BY Flour LA