Choosing Your Wedding
Wedding dress, flowers, church, reception, cake topper, decorations,
music AND wedding colors. Although it sounds daunting, choosing wedding
colors is really quite simple.
When choosing your wedding colors think about the different colors that
you like most. You may want to choose a main color and one or two accent
colors for visual beauty. If you really don’t have a favorite color,
think about the season that you’re getting married in. If you’re planning
a spring or summer wedding go with pastels and brighter colors. For
winter ceremonies try darker purples and burgundies. You can also use
red and silver for a more Christmas themed wedding. For a fall wedding,
oranges, yellows and even reds can give a warm harvest feel.
One thing to remember when choosing your wedding colors is not to overdue
black. Although it is perfectly acceptable and popular to incorporate
black into the wedding, over using it can give the feel of a funeral
rather than a union of two hearts.
Once you have chosen a main wedding color, you can always use a color
wheel, which artists use to accent colors in paintings. Using a wheel
will help you choose another color or two that will compliment your
Another way to simplify choosing wedding colors is to visit a wedding
boutique store with your bridesmaids. Choose a dress that looks good
and everyone is comfortable in. Then ask the clerk what colors the dress
comes in. By doing this, you will be narrowing down the colors to choose
from. Once you decide on a color for their dresses, use this as a main
color for your wedding.
No matter what you choose for your wedding colors, this is a detail
that will stick out the most with your guests. It will be the center
and focal point of flowers, dresses and decorations. So, be sure when
you choose a color, you choose carefully and be sure it is something
that compliments your wedding party and the atmosphere that you want
to set for your wedding.
Other possibilities to help you choose wedding colors are team colors,
if you are a sports fan, colors that you saw used in your favorite movie
or book, or maybe a time period that gives you that “loving feeling”.
You don’t have to have a ‘wedding theme’ to have a ‘color scheme’. Be
comfortable in the colors that you choose.
Another idea to help in choosing wedding colors is thinking about what
the colors represent. For instance, blue is cool, relaxing and offers
a calming vibe. Red reads vibrant and energizing. Green is comforting,
refreshing and tranquil, and yellow offers happiness and brightness,
giving off an uplifted spirit.
Choose colors for your wedding that will relate back to who you are
and what mood you are trying to set. Be happy with what you choose because
after all, this is your wedding.
About The Author:
Peter Dobler successfully operates several web sites on the topic of
internet marketing and web site optimization. Visit his main web site
Other Wedding And Marriage Related Information
Lovemaking Tips & Secrets
husband lost interest in sex about 7 years ago and we usually
only had it about once a month or less. Since getting these
tips he actually initiated it 6 times last month and asked if
I could repeat some of the tips I had tried on him. His erections
are actually harder than they have been in years too. I feel
like we are much closer as a result of the better lovemaking.
I have been telling all my friends about your 500 Lovemaking
Tips and several have bought it too." - Bridget J, Tampa
Get more information
Questions for Couples
husband and I have been emailing 3-4 of the questions and our
answers each day for the last month and it has had the most
wonderful effect on our relationship. I felt that we had just
been 'coasting' for a while but now we are more in love than
we have been in our 17 years together. And the resulting passion
has been amazing." Barbara Koen
Get more information
Your Site For Professionally Written And Inspirational Wedding
Speeches And Toasts... Your Source For Step-by-step Guides That
Walk You Through Everything You Need to Know to Create Your
Own Inspirational Speech!
Get more information