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Thinking outside the traditional wedding colour box
So last year we saw how traditional colours can be changed in the way they are used with an all white affair at Kim Kardashian’s wedding to Vera Wang introducing (or reintroducing depending on how you look at it) the black wedding dress.
At a recent British wedding we worked on I noticed a similar change but this time it was seen in the use of their flowers. Gone was the traditional white bouquet – this was given to the bridesmaids.
With the bride incorporating the purple dress of her bridesmaids into her bouquet instead.
And to top it off gone were the traditional white shoes to these.
And I have to say I loved it! Not just because I’m mad about using colour in a bold way. But realistically you can be as bold or as subtle with colour as you like, in whatever way you choose. You don’t have to have a traditional white bouquet if you don’t want to. So don’t be afraid to think outside of the box and if you like a certain colour go for it.
My thanks to Peachey Photography for the use of these images and congratulations to Mr & Mrs Archer x.
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