Weddings are always a chaotic affair, the affair for some means subtly and for some it means pomp and shoe. However we feel and suggest you can create a bigger and bolder impact if you choose to go soft with the colors of your wedding. Not only they make for a gentle approach but they are eye appealing too and convey the exact sentiments across.
Let the shades be well chosen and go well with the decor. One shade that you can consider is the Omber. The shade never fails anyone. Many designers have worked wonders with the shade and have created the best mark for the wedding. You can experiment well with this. Go for little glitter or another softer shades with this if you prefer mo0re colors. They will give the perfect look that you have been looking for.
There a lot of soft shades to choose from, lime green, neon colors, baby pink and lot more. The idea is to choose the select few that add the right feel to the décor you wanted. Too much of mix and match will spoil the feel and it will look like a mash up disc rather than a wedding. A combination of just two colors works well, a dash of a few colors here and there can be added if you must have many colors. That’s it you should stop here. Ivory blue and white have always worked well. Shades of pink and some other pastel shades work wonders for a wedding. Not forgetting to mention white is the universal feel good color that always adds the required spunk.
Remember you need to some shine too to the otherwise dull colors. Anything that adds the blink feel to the decor. Use some shimmer or some metallic shades that will add just the right touch. Every wedding can use some sparkle. In fact it needs the required sparkle to add to the lively ambiance. Not only colors you can go vintage with the colors too. Talk to your wedding planner they would have done marvelous job with the vintage colors. Let your wedding capture the right colors and let your planners make the event a success with the colors. The golden rule is less is always more. So say more with lesser and softer colors. Make your wedding the talk of the town for years to come.