With an unexpected hint of neon…
Today’s colour palette is a little bit fun! Using bold florals as our inspiration we’ve created a palette with zesty citrus shades of coral, orange and lemon paired with a hint of vibrant neon pink and lashings of white for a super chic and modern yet fun look. Sound like an unusual combo of shades for a real wedding? Read on to see how pretty they all look together…
How to Create a Coral, Orange and Pink Colour Palette
- The Stationery: Choose crisp white paper with bright neon elements for a whimsical yet sophisticated look. Carry the stationery style through to your menus, placecards and table plan.
- The Style: This look is all about fun so choose bright shades for your best girls and mix and match styles. Choose coordinating bowties or ties for the groom and his men.
- Flowers: Choose bright and vibrant flowers such as coral charm peonies, dahlias and ranunculus for your bouquets and centrepieces. Finish your hand-tied bouquets with a vibrant neon ribbon to add an element of fun! For a really impactful look style your reception with hanging floral arrangements. These add instant drama, make a massive impact visually and really add the wow factor to the reception.
- Decor and Cake: We love the idea of using balloons as part of your decor like the ones above. Choose ballons in similar shades to create an ombre effect. Choose a white iced or buttercream confection and decorate with pretty coral, orange or pink blooms.
Coral, Orange and Pink Colour Palette image credits:
Table set-up: Sugar and Cloth | Stationery: Kelly Sauer via Grey Likes Weddings | DIY floral macarons: Sugar and Cloth | Bride and Bridesmaids: Amalie Orrange Photography via Style Me Pretty | Table Setting: Joel Serrato Films + Photographs via Style Me Pretty | Cake: Erica O’Brien Cake Design
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