Spring weddings are traditionally colourful with lots of seasonal flowers, and it guarantees a beautiful final look. But you may want to take it a step further with a theme inspired…
Written by Agnes Los Last updated: March 15, 2012
Is green a good colour for a wedding? Of course it is! Think fresh and cool and unexpectedly flattering, spring and new beginnings. Think also of your wedding photographs – every bride looks amazing against lush green foliage, and what’s more, green photographs beautifully in every light!
Green comes in so many shades and hues, there surely is one to fit your wedding. You have pastels, mints, pistachios, celadons, jades, clovers, turquoise, teal, dark green – the possibilities are endless! All of these look gorgeous paired with white for an elegant, sophisticated look.
Clockwise from top left: Gown by Sophia Tolli | Photo by Mathew Quake Photography | Chart Hills Golf Club venue | photo by Matt Joyce Photography | butterfly trims from Confetti Shop | Centrepiece table arrangement by Flowers by Eve | Bridesmaid and usher jewellery by Debbie Graham Jewellery, avaa.co.uk and Dessy Accessories | Balloons, Invitation and Tags from Confetti Shop | Cake and Cupcake arrangement by Sugar | Green trim cake and green table card photo by Mathew Quake Photography
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