Keep your wedding colors from looking too stark by mixing cream or ecru white hues into the mix.
When it comes to wedding planning, one of the first things you’ll do is figure out a color palette. Your chosen palette will influence every other aspect of your day – from your decor and florals to your wedding party looks. If choosing a wedding color palette feels overwhelming to
Spanish dramatist, poet and writer Pedro Calderón de la Barca once said “green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises”. From the perspective of a well-loved frog however, it’s not so easy being green. On the visible spectrum, green occupies the space between
As basic as it may sound, our favorite colors for a spring wedding are pastel tones. How could anyone resist the soft, airy shades of light blue, pink, purple, yellow, and more?! Whether you are hosting a quintessential spring garden wedding, a micro-wedding at home, or traditional nuptials, consider these
Your wedding colors will be some of the most defining features of your big day. While they’re not as prominent as, say, your dress or your first dance as newlyweds, your wedding color palette subtly ties together all the details, from the flowers to the signage and the table décor,
Purple has had a long history in visual arts. From prehistoric to modern artworks, purple has come to represent aspects of religion, royalty and status. In this article, we’ll look back on the history of the color purple, its evolution and its impact in the context of modern visual art.