Green as a Wedding Color – Part 2

Your color palette comes into play everywhere you look. It is important to be consistent and to not forget anything. So be sure to focus on keeping your colors fluid throughout your invitations, flowers, decorations, and favors.

Our Heart is the Window Wedding Invitations are a deep green folded card with an ecru card insert where your wording is featured. This card is a good choice if you have a darker shade of green as your wedding color and is an easy way to incorporate cream into the palette. The A La Mode Wedding Invitations showcase a lime green with black in a daring modern style. A terrific choice for a trendy couple.

For floral blooms themselves, you do not seem have a lot of color choices when it comes to green. However you can have some flowers dyed such as roses and gerbera daisies. These blooms are often shown dyed in a sage color. Or use the blooms as your other color and opt to have a lot of greenery spilling about in the bouquet and the floral centerpieces. Ivy spilling from the bottom of the bouquet is always a beautiful choice.

Reception Decor:
Be fruit friendly and decorate with limes and green apples. A nod to a more “green” (pardon the pun) decor, these items can be doubled as favors or donated to a local food pantry. Pin name tags to the apples and use them as place card holders. Use glass canisters filled to the brim with limes as centerpieces. Give cacti or bamboo plants a chance to be the centerpiece on the dinner tables instead of your typical floral centerpiece.

Keep with the organic theme mentioned before and offer produce favors such as pears or green apples. Consider handing out small potted plants or saplings of trees. Candy buffets are always a popular choice and you can certainly customize a candy buffet into an all green theme. Use green colored paper bags and display candies like; jelly beans, M&M’s, green gumballs, gummy bears, and Andes mints.

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