Color Inspiration: Pink + Green

I decided to start posting color inspiration photos. The color blocks, shown at the bottom would make a lovely color palette for a wedding, don't you think? A soft hue of pink, matched with pastel greens would be lovely together at a wedding. To also make the wedding 'pop' a little bit, why not add some hot pink color for a little excitement! sounds adorable to me.

This photo was taken on my vacation in Korea. I absolutely love this photograph, and am quite proud of that fact that I shot it! all by myself! :)

Lavender and Teal Color Inspiration

Source: Design Seeds
 I found this photo online, and simply fell in love! I adore the purples, blues, pinks and greens represented in this photo, and love even more that a color wheel/inspiration guide that Design Seeds added to the photo. I decided to gather a few color inspiration photos based on this beautiful field of flowers. Enjoy!

Source: Kirsten Dunst in Vogue Photo Spread
Source: Alex Beadon Photography
Source: Unknown, found here.
Source: Cake Events
Source: Carla Ten Eyck Photography
Source: Stephanie Karen Photography
Source: Fancy Pants Parties
Source: Ashley Rose Photography
Source: Sweet Sensations
Source: Stephanie Williams Photography

Life's a Cabaret

One of the things I love most about weddings is the fact that its another excuse to use confetti! Everyone loves confetti! It just says p-a-r-t-y. The best part of if confetti, is that it comes in a variety of colors: green, purple, orange, hot pink; any color that matches your wedding. You can even get eco-friendly confetti (click here)! Clearly there is no downside of confetti. Here are a few photos that may inspire you to have a little confetti at your wedding.

Source: Coco Kelley
Source: Oh Happy Day
Source: Modern Cupcake

Source: Glitter Guide
Source: Unknown

Paint Chip Inspiration

Source: You Are My Fav

You can get inspiration anywhere, one of my favorite places to get inspiration is at the local hardware store. By using paint chips, you can get color inspiration for your wedding. This is a great trick. Here you will have all the colors of the rainbow at the tips of your fingers, where you can see exactly the color that represents your wedding day. Do you think your wedding is represents a red and blue wedding day? Or is your wedding gray and yellow?

Here are a few other ideas that may inspire you to go to the hardware store today.

Source: Digital Mom Blog
Source: Hey Gorg!
Source: How About Orange?
Source: My Hands Made It
Source: My Hands Made It
Source: Once Wed
Source: Quite Like It

Poppy Red, Mustard Yellow, And Kelly Green

I was wondering about ways to make weddings more interesting with color. Then, I thought about it. Most couples insist on having only 1 color to accent their wedding. What if you were going to pick 3 colors for your wedding? After you see these inspiration photos, you just might decide on having the colors of poppy red, mustard yellow and kelly green for your wedding.

Source: The Antique Door
Source: Touch of Europe
Source: Mackenzie Pages
Source: My Sweet and Saucy
Source: Shannon Gail
Source: Where To Get Engaged
Source: The Antique Door
Source: Charley Star Photography

In Love with Peonies

I must say, that I love looking at flowers, especially, floral arrangements at weddings. Wedding flowers always seem so perfect, like nothing you can never create at home by yourself.
My favorite flower of all time for weddings would have to be the ‘oh so fabulous’ Peony! Peonies have got to be the most romantic flower out there. They are sweet and timeless; nothing could make a better wedding flower then the Peony. If you don’t believe me, just look below to see a few inspiration images that you might fall in love with yourself.

Source: Hitched Salon
Source: Wishes Events
Source: W-Wedding Flowers
Source: W -Wedding Flowers
Source: W-Wedding Flowers
Source: Wishes Events
Source: Wedding Bee
Source: Sweet September Wedding
Source: One Wed

 Happy Wedding :)