This month’s color is the completely delectable coral. Often paired with dark blue for a very sophisticated look, shades of coral blend perfectly in so many different palettes that no two coral weddings ever need look alike.
Using coral in your palette opens up a world of fashion options. It was a great fit paired with fuchsia against gray in this boutonniere, and subtly brought out the fun orange pattern in the bowtie drawing attention without overwhelming the look.
Photo Credit: Pharris Photography
Coral comes in a variety of shades. These bouquets offered an exciting pop of color against the beautiful blue bridesmaid dresses, and included soft coral roses to deep coral gerbera daisies. Hints of burgundy and pops of fuchsia made them eye-catching and fun for this fall wedding.
Photo Credit: Freed Photography
Pair coral with turquoise for a tropical look, navy blue and white for nautical feel, or fuchsia for a vibrant, bold and youthful palette. It is a versatile shade that works in every season. Clustered with a range of burgundy blooms and rustic greens, it is a natural Fall accent color, but it looks equally at home as the subtle pop amidst silver, ivory and white for Winter. Perfect for a beach wedding, or a cozy garden ceremony, it is a popular choice in Spring and Summer as well.
Photo Credit: Genevieve Lieper Photography
With its world of wedding possibilities, it’s no wonder we love coral!
Bergerons Florist is the premier Washington DC florist, dedicated to offering brides the highest quality service and attention to detail. With its flagship store located in Springfield, Bergerons is thrilled to have a second studio at Bergerons at the Mayflower in the heart of DC.
Posted on 04/07/2017 at 07:00:00 AM