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 blue and yellow. In color theory, it is a secondary color, made by mixing blue and yellow together. Here, we’ll have a look at the evolution of green and its impact in art from antiquity to the present day.
Put some zing in your wedding palette with acid green. Amethyst helps balance the bold shade, and the two hues set the mood for a playful and lively party. This pairing is perfect for mixing in a third color, like white or dove gray.
Letting Mother Nature’s greenery surround this color palette is the best way to go – an open-air venue.
Keep your wedding colors from looking too stark by mixing cream or ecru white hues into the mix.