Yellow Wedding Attire
Of course you have the usual sash, piping, vest and pocket square options for interjecting yellow into the bride or groom’s attire. If you are using the piping, be sure to use a bright yellow, or thick piping on your veil to showcase the yellow. Too small of a touch of yellow, especially when pale, could easily blend into the white of your dress. For a summer wedding consider foregoing a tiara for a few yellow flowers in your hair. It will save you money and complete a dreamlike look for your casual wedding. Pale yellow bridesmaid dresses with bouquets that include lush greens will create wonderful memories in your photo albums.
Wedding Invitations and Paper with Yellow Inspiration
Custom design your invitation in banana split or sunshine yellow or any of MyGatsby’s 90 plus color choices. The Serena Wedding Invitation is a classy and elegant way to work yellow into your wedding stationery. Try designing your RSVP cards and enclosures in the complimenting color that you have chosen for your wedding color palette.
Flowers to Consider for Your Yellow Wedding
So many basic wedding flowers come in yellow. Roses, orchids, calla lilies, acacia lilies, gerbera daisies, tulips and carnations are just the start. Marigolds, Daffodils and daisies are also a great way to add yellow to your bouquets and centerpieces. Yellow cabbage roses will provide a full look and paired with whites and greens make a classic bridal bouquet. A few tulips that are hand tied make for a simple yellow bouquet that won’t take away from your dress and accessories.
A burst of yellow is sure to brighten any wedding color scheme. Add a splash of sunshine to your wedding no matter what weather you are given on your special day.