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MOODBOARD: how to throw a colourful geometric wedding

MOODBOARD: how to throw a colourful geometric wedding


Written by Katie Byrne

Make a statement on your wedding day with bold colours and prints...

 

If spring is seen to symbolise what’s fresh, then 2017 could be the year that sees newlyweds-to-be move away from the more classic pastels and into a colour scheme that has a bit more punch!

Mixing different patterns and textures works especially well with a modern wedding venue, highlighted by statement flowers and bold designs. Use clashing hues with neutral shades for a clean, chic ambience, emphasised by Aztec and geometric prints.

Create your own super-cool backdrop for those all-important photo opportunities using washi tape, while another easy way to showcase your personality is, of course, through your blooms.

Blue Sky Flowers mixed asymmetric, modern designs with plenty of texture and used roses and ranunculus for romance and softness, on-trend succulents for structure, and mixed foliage and grasses for texture and movement in the bouquets and tablecentres.

Style your wedding breakfast with flamboyant and vibrantly bright crockery, cutlery and glassware to emphasise the geometric theme, with gold candles and holders for that hint of luxe.

Keep your décor clean and simple with unfussy lines or details – this theme won’t work with clutter!

Contributors

Photography: Anneli Marinovich Flowers: Blue Sky Flowers Styling: Styled by Louise Stationery and backdrops: Eagle Eyed Bride Props and tableware: Prezola Wedding cakes: Olofson Design





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