Navy, Blush & Chartreuse Wedding
Why, yes. It is almost November. And yes, stores are stocking red and green and all things holiday on their shelves. But some of you probably still have spring weddings on the brain. If you've recently got engaged and want to seal the deal soon, you're probably forecasting a March or April wedding. In which case, I've got the prettiest chartreuse, navy and blush ideas you ever did see! Keep reading to learn how you can implement some of these ideas into your own nuptials.
This dress. Oh, I wish I knew where it came from. It's so unique and classy. I wouldn't recommend it as a bridesmaid dress unless your girls are daring. This color is certainly one of a kind and might not be flattering for everyone. But if you've got a porcelain complexion and dark hair, you could totally pull this off for your rehearsal. Pair it with some neutral heels and earrings and you've got a gorgeous ensemble.
Don't forget your signs! Weave in your navy with pretty, contrasting signs to tell your guests where to put their gifts, to put away their phones, and to eat all the cake they want. This sign is printable, so if you're looking to save money, this is definitely the way to go! Simply purchase, print, and frame.
Thank You Cards
This card is a full-on explosion of spring. It was the first card I ever uploaded to my shop, so it holds a special place in my heart. The hint of chartreuse isn't overpowering and the blues and pinks add a perfect touch. Of course, these can be personalized too!
You can never go wrong with chandelier earrings, especially these pretty blush ones! They're neutral and classy. If you're planning on pulling your hair back and wearing a strapless dress for your big day, these would make a stunning addition.
And last - shoes! Jimmy Choo may be out of your price range, but if you want to imitate this look, search out pale blue pointed heels. If you're going with the chartreuse and navy color theme, this pale blue helps to balance out the louder colors to create a beautiful symmetry.