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April 25, 2009

{Nautical Nuptials}: A Palette of Navy Blue, Yellow & Gold

April 25, 2009
{Navy Blue, Yellow & Gold}

A nautical theme rich in unique symbolism, a lovely color palette and an amazing ceremony location is not all that this palette has....It's also got that preppy New England thing going on in it as well. And what's not to love about that right? In my design for Jeanni, I wanted to bring to life all that she was dreaming of, and then some. To pull this off, I combined the beauty of a waterfront ceremony, and the elegance of a nautical theme. And the result? A lovely wedding full of thoughtful details and charming touches. {continued...}

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Jeanni told me that she wanted to incorporate Nautical maps and knots into the reception design. What a lovely idea! In addition, Jeanni told me that she and her fiance wanted a casual feel to their wedding but one that had elegant and classy touches. Bridesmaids wore strapless blue dresses and held bouquets of yellow blooms. And aren't we loving this look for the groomsmen? Navy blue blazors with khaki pants never looked so good. Guests went home with great memories & a compass that had the couples names and wedding date engraved on the back.

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5 comments:

Brett Alexandra said...

I adore this combo! I almost had navy blue and pink in my wedding but changed it to pewter and pink instead.

Nikki Cogg said...

I'm loving the nautical!! I wish I could have 100 weddings so I could do all of the amazing color combos :) that was the hardest/most fun part of the wedding process for me. I changed my mind about 850 times! I tagged you in my blog! Come check out your award!

~ ennui ~ said...

your work is just lovely....

{The Perfect Palette} said...

Thanks ladies! I appreciate the compliments! Nikki...I'm so loving the award that you gave me! That was too sweet & definitely made my afternoon!

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