Its always nice to add color to an outdoor wedding it brings such a fun celebratory feel to the reception. Different shades in the same color family make it easy to bring everything all together. Mixing different shades like navy, turquoise, babyblue, and cobolt that’s when it starts looking like a birthday party. So stick to just a few blues in the same color family and it will look so sharp, and sophisticated.
Blue flowers are hard to pull off because there are so few of them, so add white and maybe a little bit of lavender or yellow and a ton of white and you will have an amazing bouquet of flowers in your color. and can I just say that ribbon is a lifesaver when you have a difficult color pallet. I’m not just saying that cause I’m a ribbon hoarder!! And a little shout out to the brides aunt a professional flower arranger,she was amazing. Thank @joliebetz for letting me crash in your work space for a min and talk to you!
Oh the things you can put in trees. I get giddy when a bride has a venue with a ton of trees. Lights poms or lanterns are always a go to. I also like to add a touch of something special like mini chandeliers and photos of the bride and groom. I also added they’re monograms hanging in the tent.
Even at 6:00 the lights were on and bring a happy feeling to the party. Don’t you love this pink house at This is the place Monument? Its such a fantastic place to have a wedding.
If you love a good party and dancing make sure you get a dance floor and a bucket of flip flops so that your guest can dance the night away under all the fairy lights.
A treat table for the kids is supper fun and yummy. The bride insisted on have her favorite candy, and why shouldn’t she??? It didn’t quite blend with the color theme so I just got white pots to hide all the peach rings (my favorite) and cinnamon bears! We also had an ice cream truck now that was brilliant!