Olive green is said to be a popular wedding color for 2012. I am a big fan of almost all shades of green, but I think olive green can be the most sophisticated and elegant (and timeless) or all green shades.
I hope these olive green items inspire you for your wedding or party.
I am currently working with a client to create save the date cards that incorporate her wedding colors: mustard (golden) yellow and grey. I think these are beautiful wedding colors, and I hope this inspiration board gets you thinking about how you could decorate your wedding with similar colors.
The color combination or turquoise and red for a wedding or party is modern, clean, crisp, and fresh. It is certainly a perfect color combination to create a fun and energetic vibe. Perfect for a spring, summer, or winter wedding or party!
The combination and turquoise and orange may be a bit more popular than using something like all nude colors… but I think this combination looks different every time you use it! Turquoise and orange is fitting for many different locations and seasons. Fall, summer, destination on a beach, or in an indoor setting… I hope these pictures inspire you!
The color plum, or rich purples, can make a fantastic statement at your wedding or party. I love how bold and pretty this color can be. Use just a little bit and the color will be noticed, use a lot to make a big statement. I hope you will be inspired by my plum inspiration board!
The color combination of turquoise and peach is a bit unexpected, but very elegant and modern. Think outside the box when brainstorming what colors you want to use in your wedding. Here are a few images that I hope get you inspired!
Morocco has such beautiful patterns and rich colors in their culture! As a designer with a textile background, I simply LOVE Moroccan tiles, fabrics, and furniture. Here is an inspiration board showing Moroccan elements that could be used for your wedding or special party. Have fun!
I have always been attracted to trees as a source of inspiration in my art. Trees can be a great theme for your wedding or party. They represent life: sheltering us from the sun, producing oxygen, create homes, paper products, etc. And of course they are beautiful to look at. There are an estimated 100,000 species of trees, and the oldest tree is approximately 4,844 years old (the Great Basin Bristlecone Pine).