I think that mint green and blush pink make up the prettiest wedding palette for a Spring or early Summer wedding. You can see in the above moodboard how well these pretty colours compliment each other and here are 5 top ways to incorporate the colours into your big day...
Choose which shade you would like to be the more prominent (pink or green) and choose bridesmaids dresses in these shades. You could choose exactly the same dress for each of your maids or you could choose slightly different shades to create an ombre effect.
Much like your first dance, the cutting of your wedding cake is a momentous occasion on your wedding day and one that will be photographed, so it is important that you have a cake you will be proud to have in your wedding album. Gone are the days of having a plain white cake (we had tiers of stacked cheeses!), so make a statement and incorporate a colour or decorate a white cake with colourful ribbon.
I think this is the best way to have a little bit of fun. I wore Valentino Rockstuds on my wedding day but obviously they were under my dress, so noone could see them, until I lifted my dress up and everyone squealed with delight :) Whether you want a fun design or a pop of colour, don't overlook this wedding day accessory.
Flowers are a wonderful way to incorporate colour into your wedding day. Work with your florist to create a floral design that will perfectly compliment the colour scheme of your day. Your florist will also know which flowers will work best in your chosen colours and they will also be able to recommend flowers that are in season at the time of your wedding.
Wedding stationery sets the tone for your wedding. It is the first piece of correspondence that your guests receive and this should remain consistent with the rest of your on-the-day stationery and also your colour scheme. Wedding stationery is a really fun way to add a pop of colour to your big day.