Peacock Color Scheme

Hot color schemes this year are all about contrast and complements. You will see Yellow/Black/Grey schemes everywhere along with bold and sassy Jewel tones.. And then there is the super trendy Peacock color palette: Emerald greens, Sky, sapphire, and royal blues, silky purples, and greys and blacks to pull it all together…

Take a look at this Peacock inspiration board I designed! Complete with everything you will want/need for your special day:)

Emerald green one shoulder dress:

Silk Purple Badgley Mischka dress:

Banana Republic Gold Necklace:

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Hello anemone… You are my new favorite flower:)


Check out these be-auu-tiful, retro flowers that look amazing when used for a dramatic color scheme (–>think pink & black or yellow & black weddings). 

They are the wedding industry’s newest love and are slowly rising for those trendy brides.

Actually, Anemone means “wind” in the Greek language. And it is known as the “Wind Flower” because they thought the wind caused it to bloom. How cute is that??

Ceremony Tosses

Tossing of the rice at the happy new couple is an olldddddd tradition, symbolizing abundance and fertility.  There are plenty of new ways to do it and it is something that almost every newlywed couple wants as their departure.

You have probably heard that raw rice grains are harmful to bird, even though some say that’s a complete myth… Even so, rice may not be the best choice for tossing because it can be slippery and difficult and annoying to clean up. Here are some better alternatives:

Fill sheer fabric pouches with tiny hydrangea blooms or petals from other seasonal flowers and finish the pouches with a cute little ribbon.

  • Try tossing seasonal blooms or their petals.  Remove stems from the blossoms, and have bridesmaids carry baskets of them. That way guests can reach in and grab handfuls to toss!

A festive way to close a wedding ceremony is to light sparklers as the bride and groom leave the site.

  • These can also be used as favors for the guests at an evening wedding, where they can be given out along with printed matchboxes or matchbooks. Tape a sparkler to the back of each matchbox to keep them from sliding about, and tie with a ribbon.

These small bubble bottles are made specifically for weddings. The bubbles look adorable floating around the bride and groom, both in person and in photographs. Bubbles(KnotShop)&pId=P17(KnotShop)&cId=Favors(KnotShop)&cTypF=