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Your wedding bouquet can be full of color

There is a lovely trend in the wedding world to have an all-white wedding bouquet, or even an all-white wedding. You can break this trend and allow your wedding day to stand out with a vibrant colored wedding bouquet. You can walk down the aisle in style, making a bold and lively statement as you rock a gorgeously colored bridal bouquet.

Designing your wedding bouquet is an important task, as it will be featured in many of your wedding photos. Choosing the right color for your big day is certainly important on your wedding planning to-do list.

Here at I Thee Wed, we understand how important your big day is. That’s why we have put together a few ways that your wedding bouquet can be full of color. If you desire a colorful wedding bouquet, be sure to keep reading to learn more.

·         Yellow. Getting married is such a happy time for you. You get to declare your love for your partner in front of your closest loved ones. Why not match the happiness of the day with a cheerful, yellow bouquet? As a bride, you already light up your partner’s world, and the aisle as you make your entrance. But, perhaps adding a splash of yellow will help you make your debut a little more radiant.
·         Orange. Orange is a color that, all too often, people don’t seem to find the beauty within it. This bright, happy color can fill your happy day with a warm glow. Moving from a pale orange, such as peach, to a vibrant orange with brilliant splashes of yellow within your bouquet will create a gorgeous ombre effect. This orange ombre bouquet is sure to be quite the eye-catcher for your big day.  
·         Multicolored. Sometimes, one color just doesn’t do it. Filling your bouquet with different colors gives your wedding bouquet a dynamic look. Imagine walking down the aisle holding a warm hued bouquet, bright with reds, oranges, and pinks. When you look closer you see a splash of cool with gorgeous succulents. Not only is your bridal bouquet beautifully colored, but it brightens up the aisle as you make your debut.

Your wedding bouquet is a key piece to your bridal ensemble, so why not liven it up with a splash of color? Here at I Thee Wed, we strive to assist you in planning a gorgeous wedding. If you are ready to start planning your greater Cincinnati area big day, be sure to contact us for your complimentary consultation.

Photo credit for photo 1: Kenny Brown

Photo credit for photo 2: Ciulla Photography


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