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Would You Dare To Go This Bold?

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I don't have to tell you that blue, red and yellow are the fundamental building blocks of color, but I bet you've never considered getting back to basics with a primary color palette for your wedding.  This combination is perfect to create a playful vibe and isn't for the faint of heart. Think unique craspedia... read more

7 Classic Cream Wedding Ideas

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A soft white like this rich cream hue sets the tone for an elegant affair. Cream isn't as stark and modern as bright white and it looks great no matter the season. Whether you use it front and center as the main color in your palette or to complement a bold shade like kelley...

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7 Light Blue Wedding Ideas!

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A baby-blue palette is fancy and fun, plus you'll be totally covered when it comes to choosing your "something blue"! This pastel shade of blue is one of the most classic wedding colors around, so you can't really go wrong. Ask your florist about adding in the perfect blue flowers -- hydrangeas, that is. (They... read more

7 Posh Pink Wedding Ideas!

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Pink has so many personalities. Take this pretty blush hue for example, more sophisticated than saccharine. What I love about this shade is how it's still soft and romantic, yet also feels luxe. Plus depending on the colors you pair it with it works for a variety of seasons (think, blush and ivory for spring;... read more

7 Cool Coconut Wedding ideas

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Pairing a creamy white hue with rich texture is the idea behind this fresh alternative to ivory, proving that white doesn't have to be boring. Put a chic spin on a classic wedding color palette with cool coconut. 1. Statement accessories look elegant, not over-the-top when done in this shade. Bangle, $138, read more

A Stunning Green and Black Outdoor Wedding by Melanie Duerkopp Photography

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The minute we laid eyes on this wedding inspiration shoot, we knew we had to share it with you. It starts with an incredibly fresh and unexpected color palette of green, gold, and black and crescendos into a stunning design. We're talking a feathered wedding gown, a table full of anemones and... read more

Sunny Yellow Wedding Fashion To Brighten Your Day!

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A gloomy day outside our New York City office will have me dreaming of springtime tonight. If cloudy skies and rain have you under the weather then get a glimpse of sunshine with our yellow fashion color search! A sunny shade like this will feel luxe (and happy!). Are you incorporating read more

7 Gorgeous Guava Wedding Ideas

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You're not the average bride, so why choose an average color palette for your wedding day? This punchy hue is sassier than the standard pink, so it's got the right amount of panache to make your wedding stand out from the rest. 1. Want an invite that's both romantic and modern? Opt for... read more

A Pink and Mint Green Spring Wedding by Caroline Frost Photography

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Bianca and Stephen started planning with a garden-chic style in mind. They wanted everything to look fresh and “sweetly sophisticated.” To complement the ambience, they used a pretty spring palette of mint green, coral and pink (Bianca’s favorite color). All photos by Caroline Frost Photography read more

Teal and Yellow Colorblock Linens

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For this beachside fete, Mindy Weiss, founder of Mindy Weiss Party Consultants, added a bold, modern twist to this romantic set-up. With an aquamarine table runner and citron seat caps, Mindy created an incredible color block effect. The design was also practical: Every other chair was woven with a citron or aquamarine pashmina... read more
The right chairs and chair treatments can transform what was a hodgepodge room into something that's elegant and refined. If it's a black-tie wedding, cover every chair in rich, silk fabric and add a coordinating sash. For a wedding that's outdoors, consider using simple chiavari chairs instead of the plastic folding kind. You can also use your chairs to highlight the season. Pay tribute to the time of year by decorating every one of the chairs with a miniature wreath for a winter wedding, or tie fresh blooms to each of the chair backs if you're having a springtime affair.
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