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September 3, 2010

{Sunflowers & Sunsets}: A Palette of Yellow, Chocolate Brown, Chartreuse & Ivory

September 3, 2010

{Chocolate Brown, Chartreuse, Yellow & Ivory}

I've always thought that having a late Summer wedding filled with big, bright sunflowers would be such a fun way to celebrate! Sunflowers are definitely fun and full of life! I'm absolutely loving this gorgeous table display by Objectsplendor and think that the use of pattern, color and texture truly are used in such a way that conveys a modern elegance that is truly unmatched. Looking for a way to wow your guests? Don't forget how important texture and pattern is! As you can see here, it's eye-catching patterns like these that really stand out! Use patterned fabric on napkin rings and centerpieces to give them that extra something! Other ideas I'm loving in this board are those lime green heels, the beautiful yellow flower tucked in front of the bride's veil, and that gorgeous bridal bouquet!

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Bridal Hairstyle & Veil & Place Setting

So how are you feeling about Yellow? If you know me, then you know I L-O-V-E Yellow. But that's not to say that it's for everyone! Some people are just not yellow fans! But for those of you who assured you're not alone! There is something so fun about this palette. Any brides-to-be out there who are considering yellow? Do tell!


Ella B. said...


sweet sweet love said...

love this palette.

morgan. said...

pretty. i like this a lot.

D. Marie said...

This is really beautiful...I love the touch of green...brilliant!

Erica said...

Lovely combination. I like they way they incorporated the sunflowers. Very soft and romantic.

Katie said...


Claire said...

Beautiful collection of photos. I love sunflowers as well. They just seem perfect for late summer weddings.

Charissa said...

Very nice, love the colors and the sunflowers.

Couture Carrie said...

So gorgeous!
Especially loving the shoes!


Bridal Gowns said...

Bigis at Treasure Box are elegant hair accessories for the wedding day of manual labor, for example, embroidered with crystal elements or fabric flowers.