Colors, as well as any trend, go in and out of style. This year, the hottest wedding color is emerald green! I am absolutely in LOVE with using these greens in our wedding decor plans. From the start of the wedding including calligraphy, stationary and the ring down to the last detail in the cake, we have highlighted some great ways to incorporate green into your wedding design plan. One of our favorite Colorado wedding calligraphers and stationary designers is Jolie & Co. Her work is stunningly beautiful. We had the pleasure of receiving a perfect sample box from her. Inside we fell in love with her emerald green and jewel tone designs. Check out her site for more inspiration! From your fingers to your toes, you can incorporate your wedding palette into all aspects of your big day. We love these gucci shoes and stunning emerald ring.
When it comes to your bridal bouquet, you can choose to stick with something completely green or go with matching jewel tones. Emerald green can be incorporated into your bouquet by pairing it with purples, reds, and hints of blue. Or, stay truly green! We love both of these lush floral designs. As a Vail wedding florist, we can design your wedding flowers any way you choose! Give us a palette and we will run with it! Your groom can be winning in green. How cool are these emerald green suits?! Add a touch of green in your bridesmaids dresses or ties! We, at Alexan Events, love adding succulents to any of our client’s floral wishes. Boutonnières are a great way to add yet another splash of green to your overall wedding look. Cacti are so in right now. Why not throw some into your wedding table setting decor plan? Add a few green glasses, gold chargers, green taper candles and lots of greenery and you have a lush and completely cool wedding table setting. These doors showcase everything wonderful about emerald green. What a beautiful backdrop for this stunning wedding. Check out June Bug Weddings Blog to see the rest of the design. After speaking with Jolie & Co. about wedding stationary, she made great point that wedding calligraphy can be added to any surface! Why not throw your menu onto a giant monstera or aspidistra leaf? And to top it off, add a stripe of green to your cake. The look is complete from head to toe with this hot new color. Have fun!