Sure, you could have the same old white wedding that brides have been doing forever, but why not try something a little more unique? For summertime, in particular, bright splashy colors are all the rage. One of the most dynamic color combinations that you can use for your wedding is fuchsia and orange.

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Fuchsia and orange are both bold and bright colors, and they pair very well. They create a look that is fun, festive, and a little spicy. Choosing such a vivid color palette for your wedding is a great way to add some personality to your event. It is a color that makes a statement about the bride and groom: it says that you are a fun-loving, stylish, and creative couple.

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There are many ways to use orange and fuchsia in combination. A great place to begin is with the wedding invitations. For a romantic and luxe look, choose letterpress stationary that has a fuchsia and orange floral design pressed into a heavy cream cardstock. Have the writing done over the floral design in a deep espresso brown. For brides who prefer a cutting edge look, choose stationary in the hot fuchsia color, bordered by the orange. For the lettering, use a modern san-serif font in the espresso. A square invitation would add to the modern edge.

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The bridesmaids are always a key part of the color scheme of any wedding. If your colors are fuchsia and orange, there are some very hot dresses that you can choose for your attendants. A wonderful summer look would be a breezy chiffon or organza knee length dress with spaghetti straps. You can choose one of the colors for the body of the dress, and use the other as an accent for sashes at the waist, or for borders along the hem. Whichever color you use for your accent would also be a terrific idea for the bridesmaid jewelry. You can have sets of bridesmaid jewelry custom made in your wedding colors using sparkling Swarovksi crystals.

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The wedding flowers are another place to feature your palette. There are some fantastic flowers available in both the orange and the fuchsia. The two colors work very well together in the bouquets for the brides and her bridesmaids.For the groom and his attendants, create boutonnieres that feature a flower in one color, with the stem wrapped in a ribbon in the other color as an accent. You can also think about mixing in a sprig of berries in the accent color.

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For the centerpieces, there are a few different approaches that you can take. You can do the linens in one color, such as the orange, and all of the flowers in the fuchsia. Or, you can choose a more neutral color for the tablecloths, and let all of the color come from the centerpieces. It would look fantastic to combine the fuchsia and orange in each floral display. Another option is to alternate having all-orange centerpieces on one table, and all-fuchsia flowers on the next. This is a very chic and modern effect.

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Don't be afraid to use strong colors in your wedding. They will add such style and individuality to your ceremony and reception. One of the most vivid and striking color palettes that you can choose for your wedding is fuchsia and orange.



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