You shouldn't be afraid of color - It an make the decor and guest experience!
One of the best things you can do for any event is hiring a skilled event planner. An experienced event or wedding planner should have the skills to help you design your event from top to bottom to curate the evening, as well as guest experience. The best event designers design events with the guest experience in mind, but at Sweetly Paired, we also consider the hosts of the event as guest AT the event. An event planner takes the stress off planning, but they can also give you the peace of mind of knowing the event design is also on point.
When it comes to color and contrast - don't be afraid of color at your wedding. You can really change the visual experience for your guests, but also the thing you're left with after the big day - the photographs. If you choose the right color palette, florist, and decor - it can really make your day POP on camera, as well as in the experience of your guests. You can use color in boutonnieres, bouquets, centerpieces, linens and attire. You can reach out about your event design - we offer full event design to make sure your event is cohesively thought-through! email us at email@example.com anytime for help! Contrast is a great idea in wedding and event design... the last thing you ant is a white wedding dress with a big white bouquet in front of it looking like a washed out pregnant belly in your photos. If your girls are in a rich color, go light with their bouquets, and go rich color with a bouquet against light colored dresses. Find the contrast, find the color balance with your wedding or event palette.
Colorful Colorado Weddings
5/19/2023 02:34:08 am
Thanks for sharing this wonderful blog about choosing colors for the wedding with confidence. It was enjoyable to read.
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Lilli Black is a wedding coordinator, planner and designer in Denver Colorado. She works in Denver, as well as all over Colorado. She has been in the wedding industry for many years, and has planned more than 1000 weddings in Colorado.