Now I know we're getting married in the middle of October. It's a great time for fall colors in the trees in Missouri, and that's one of the reasons why we picked our date. But having spent so much of my life being interested in color, I don't think it's necessary to pull directly from the fall harvest that's happening around us. I'd rather accent it. Believe it or not, one of my major issues with one of the venues we looked at was that the planner we met with kept telling me "You have to use fall flowers and colors. Don't fight it, or it won't look good. Just go with the typical palette and it will be perfect. Get a couple mums and put them around the arbor and you're done." Sorry lady... this is one thing I just might go Bridezilla about. (totally joking, Dad. Totally.) Although I love fall and all it's colors, I am just not a huge fan of red or dark brown in everyday life especially. I don't think dark brown ever looks brown (more like black) in photos. And straight up red just doesn't work with rosy Irish skin like mine.
Moving on, here's a bunch of colors that I do like. And that I can't decide on.
The good news is there are a lot of colors that are common in all of these.
The bad news is that I have taken many a lesson in color theory.
Which therefore makes me completely indecisive.
I can tell you that mustard yellow is probably at the top of my list of must haves for our wedding. And that's about as much information as I can give for now.
Are you seeing any palettes that you like? What comes first- dresses or colors? I need your help-let me know in the comments!
Happy Friday :)