Archive for the ‘Wedding Colours’ Category.

5 Ways to Tie Springtime into Your Wedding

5 Ways to Tie Springtime into Your Wedding

1.  Add a spring motif:  such as a tulip or butterfly. 2.

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The Olympic Rings : Bold Wedding Colors

The Olympic Rings : Bold Wedding Colors

The five rings represent the five major regions of the world: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania. Every national flag in the world includes at least one of the five colors, which are (from left to right) blue, yellow, black, green, and red. With the 2010 Winter Olympics coming to a close in a few days, I thought I’d speak of the colors used in the Olympic Rings and how they can be a great choice for your wedding.

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Color of 2010: Turquoise

Color of 2010: Turquoise

Selecting your wedding dress is by far the most exciting part of wedding planning. But once that’s done its onto bridesmaid’s dresses, reception decor, and what will your wedding color be? Pantone has named turquoise as its color of 2010

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Top 5 Prediction for 2010 Wedding Trends

Top 5 Prediction for 2010 Wedding Trends

1. Backyard Weddings.  Smaller size guest list, more intimate settings.  These weddings may be small in size but not in decorative, themed details. 2.

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Top 5 Predictions for 2010 Wedding Trends

Top 5 Predictions for 2010 Wedding Trends

1. Backyard Weddings.  Smaller size guest list, more intimate settings.  These weddings may be small in size but not in decorative, themed details. 2.

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