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.
How To Use It: Fancy or casual, let amethyst be your primary color, and the rowdy green can act as an accent. Set the scene with a wedding invitation that hints at the pairing – maybe it’s a vibrant belly band or envelope liner. If you’re opting for bow ties and gowns, incorporate the colors into your florals (cymbidium orchids, calla lilies, hypericum berries, lilacs, and spider mums are all pretty choices). Keep your linens and table settings more neutral and surprise guests with hints of the palette, like a tray of passed macarons. A more low-key celebration calls for a color explosion! Incorporate the hues into details like china, custom matches, pillows in your lounge area and your escort card display.
originally posted on theknot.com by Lauren Kay