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How to Use Color to Express Your Personality at Your Wedding

Every woman has her own distinct personality and style, and it often comes through

in the colors that she chooses to wear.

If you’d like to express a touch of your personal style, while planning your upcoming wedding, why not use your favorite palette as inspiration for your flowers, centerpieces, wedding favors, wedding invitations, reception tablecloths and more?

All My Heart Events is standing by to help you choose

just the right wedding decor and flowers for your wedding or special occasion!

We have the designs that you need to make your fairy tale wedding dreams come true…

Since you’re wearing white on the big day (at least, the odds are strongly in favor of you wearing white), express yourself with color, by adding a personal touches to every other style element of your wedding.

From your groom-to-be’s bow-tie, cummerbund/vest, and boutonniere,

to the color of your bridesmaids dresses! You’ll adore the way shots of bright or muted color

will add atmosphere and energy to your special day.

Here are some common color choices for wedding decor. Just choose your favorite tones and then begin to plan a cohesive look that is really you…

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Serene Blue…

If you adore blue and the serene, peaceful feelings it brings, you’re not alone. Most people do choose blue as their favorite color, because it evokes the timeless beauty of summer seas and summer skies…

To accent serene blue wedding accessories, consider complementary cool tones, such as dove-gray, charcoal, navy blue, or pure white.

If you have a cool skin tone, opt for pale blue or blue-grey; if you’re skin tone is warm, go for blue-green or periwinkle.

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Sunrise Orange…

If you love the glow of golden light, why not pay homage to the stunning coral and orange tones you see at sunrise? The beauty of these warm tones will add vibrant positive energy to any wedding ceremony!

To get the right look, choose orange accents that have a pink tone. Pinky coral tones and pale, golden orange will look beautiful, whether you use them as your palette for wedding flowers, wedding decorations or bridal jewelry.

Adding a touch of color to your bridal look is a great idea, and warm tones make women with yellow undertones in their skin look more radiant when they are worn close to the face.

Rich, Ruby Red…

Red is such a lush and beautiful color, and it may be used it so many stunning ways. Lush crimson, when combined with other rich jewel tones, such as cobalt blue and intense violet, gives a painterly effect that is artsy and sophisticated.

When red is used alone, or with paler pastel hues, it creates a romantic and delicate appearance (think Valentine's Day)! ( :

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Beautiful soft and vibrant Pink... Flowers

Think pink and you think of grace, gentility, and happiness. Regardless of the shape of the flower – from the tight, small buds of a pink garden rose to the delicate, open petals of a pink camellia in full bloom – pink blossoms convey youth, innocence, and joy.

Regal Purple...

With its origins tied to royalty and ceremony, purple flowers represent dignity, pride and success. Whether grouped alone in a bold range of rich hues or mixed in with other colors to provide depth and contrast, an arrangement filled with purple blooms represents accomplishment and admiration.

While purple is the color of royalty, and pink the color of youth, lavender is femininity all grown up. Representing refinement, grace, and elegance, lavender holds an almost sacred place in nature - with violet flowers often considered the most delicate and precious. An arrangement filled with these genteel blossoms send a message of feminine beauty.

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Pure White or Cream Colored...

Often associated with innocence, humility, and reverence, white flowers evoke simple beauty. Whether they take their shape as the luxurious, silk petals of fragrant gardenias, the small, white bells of a lily of the valley, or the quiet drama of a dozen white roses, fresh floral arrangement dominated by white blossoms conveys modesty and elegance.

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Sunny Yellow...

There’s a good reason why it can feel all but impossible to refrain from smiling when you spot a bouquet of bright daffodils or a pot filled with sun-drenched chrysanthemums–the color yellow evokes feelings of joy and lightheartedness. Also a symbol of friendship, a bouquet bursting with yellow blooms sends a message of new beginnings and happiness.

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Gorgeous Green...

Synonymous with nature–and the perfect complement to any other bloom–the color green represents health, resilience, good fortune and youth. Whether used to throw together a diverse mixture of shapes and hues or as a restful tone-on-tone bouquet, green flowers send a message of optimism and renewal.


Looking for Wedding Flowers, Wedding Bouquets, Wedding Decor. or help planning the look of your wedding, and expert assistance with finding the right colors to go with your wedding or

special occasion, contact:

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