Monday Mood Board: A Bright Pop Of Colour For A Summer Wedding
Good morning lovelies, I do hope that you all had a lovely weekend sprinkled with plenty of sun. What did you all get up to over fathers day? My weekend was spend with family who came up from London who I haven’t seen in ageeess. Oh, and still trying to find clothes for Italy, which I aren’t been very successful with.
Today’s ‘Monday Mood Board‘ feature is all about an infused wedding with bright pops of colour. It seems that in summer wedding’s are filled with lush greenery, white and blush colours for an understated yet elegant colour palette. Which of course, we are all for but what sort of idea’s are around for when you want to create something a little more colourful, playful and experimental?
This morning, we will show you just how you can re-create an infused wedding on your very own special day. Whether you are seeking suppliers to help you out, or an affair filled with plenty of handmade details – it’s a gorgeous colour scheme.
Summer is a time to bring on the colour. Mix up bright pops of colour with more understated hues for an ethereal vibe or go all out for a Mexican fiesta theme (pom-poms included, of course!). Today, we are feeling all kinds of pretty with these boards featuring larger than life blooms paired with elegant detailing and teeny rustic detailing.
The good thing about having a colour scheme featuring bright pops of colour is that it can work well for both a dreamy Bohemian wedding or too a classical affair. Choose from chic Tipi’s or Opulent stately homes to build this joyous colour scheme around.
Sway towards these summer flowers for larger than life floral displays: Zinnia, Carnations, Tulips, Peonies, Chrysanthemums and Asters
The great thing about choosing bright colours to tie your wedding together is that you can use nearly any colour combo under the hot summer sun. Yellow and Pink’s are complementary, making it a seamless choice for any wedding style. Add in a pretty punch of Pink and wavy blue-green for a modish palette that’s abounding in happiness, joy, and whimsical bliss.
Draw inspiration from summer blooms to create a kaleidoscope of colour for your wedding day! There’s nothing more breathtaking in summer than vibrant multi coloured bouquets and centre pieces. Oh, and we too love ribbons, colourful buttonholes and floral crowns.
After all, surely any excuse to wear flowers in your hair goes, right?
Stationery is a huge part of letting guests know your theme. Give them a little taster of the day you have planned with colourful save the date cards and RSPV’s.
Have you ever received an invitation in the mail and been able to envision the wedding day? Well, if your answer is no then you’ve probably never received an invitation that properly set the tone. If your answer is yes, that bride and groom did it exactly right.
The invitation to anything, especially a wedding, should exude the theme of the event to come. A full-on extravagant bash complete with colour, pom-poms and dancing should have an equally extravagant invitation. It’s the perfect opportunity to let guests know what sort of attire to wear and what to expect.