Ideal Bride Magazine | October 2012 |
2012 Wedding Trends: Rainbow Brights
Pastel shades have always been a popular choice as wedding colours, subtle and delicate shades of pink, lilac, baby blue and peppermint green have been the chosen colour scheme for many couples in recent years. Whilst pastel shades remain popular and have firmly fixed their presence in modern weddings, couples are beginning to be slightly more daring and bold with their choice of colour scheme.
The wedding world is seeing an increase in the use of bright and bold colours and they are being mixed and matched in new and exciting ways. Every colour of the rainbow is being used and the brighter the better. Increasingly popular rainbow bright colours include fuchsia, teal, turquoise and primrose.
Header: I Heart Candy Hair Clip
Above: Gerbera Wedding Cake
Above: Paisley Rainbow Invitations
Above: Oui40 by Cymbeline
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