“Go with what feels authentic to you—whether that is neutral and pastel or bold and bright,” says newlywed Caroline Rakar about what hues to include in your wedding.
Go with statement gowns. BHLDN’s “Fleur” bridesmaid frocks added a living, moving dimension to the colorful scene.
Picture yourself walking down the aisle. “I imagined how fun bold, bright flowers would look playing off of my white dress,” says Caroline.
Pick and choose. Draping in strong colors has a strong impact. To accent (and not overwhelm) the space, occasional swaths were mixed in with white.
Pop it. In a setting rife with organic blooms, clean-lined furniture in a contrasting shade makes a complementary foil.
Play on Pinterest. Caroline’s board included geometric elements and bold hues. Ashley’s interpretation? Geo terrariums housing bright blooms.
Color outside the lines. SYG Designs gave depth to the florals by using a range of pinks, fuchsias, berries, and purples to complement the main palette.
Showcase colorful details. Here, classic white cake proved the ideal backdrop for vivid blooms.
Photographs by Dana Cubbage Weddings