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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Orange Dresses and Bouquets For Bridesmaids

Orange is one of the brightest and most festive colors for weddings this summer. It is a bold color, but one that is surprisingly easy to incorporate into your wedding. These are some ideas for beautiful orange dresses and bouquets for your bridesmaids.

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First the dresses: one of the prettiest trends in weddings is the use of tangerine. It has the freshness of a true orange, but is a little easier to wear. Tangerine chiffon is especially lovely, and it looks great paired with a soft lime green for a citrusy color palette. For a late summer wedding, think about using a slightly richer orange, such as a deep orange silk dupioni for your bridesmaids.

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If you are thinking about choosing orange bridesmaid dresses, do give some consideration to the figures of your friends before placing an order. To be frank, a very curvy woman in an orange dress can end up looking a bit like a pumpkin (at least to her own eyes). There are some simple ways around this dilemma. One is to choose a bridesmaid dress in a print that has orange mixed in with another color, like a cream and peach stripe or polka dot pattern. Another great idea is to choose two main colors, and have some of your attendants wear orange dresses with sashes in a contrasting color, and the rest of your bridesmaids wear the second color with orange sashes.

When choosing a dress in a strong color like orange, accessories need to be strong enough to hold their own without competing with the dress. And no matching orange shoes, please! A stylish neutral shoe like a jute espadrille wedge or a strappy gold sandal would be very chic. When you are looking for the perfect bridesmaid jewelry to give as gifts, the same idea applies. Bridesmaid jewelry gifts like big white pearls or substantial silver pieces are a better option than orange jewelry, which would be too much of a good thing.
The bridesmaids' bouquets are a terrific place to introduce a pop of bright color, especially if you prefer a more subtle hue for their dresses. There are many wonderful choices for orange flowers, so you will be able to find a style that suits your personal taste. Orange bouquets can run the gamut from beachy to formal to exotic, and everything in between.

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If you are hoping to create bridesmaid bouquets that are colorful but formal, you can find roses in an amazing array of orange hues, including coral, bright orange, and peach. Mix in hypericum berries and rusty orange parrot tulips for bouquets that are rich and multi-dimensional. You can create beautifully old-fashioned bouquets by combining hotpink ruffled sweetpeas with some of the pretty shades of orange.

Speaking of pink, it is one of the most popular colors to mix into your orange bouquets. You want to choose a shade of pink that has the same intensity of color as the orange, so the bolder the orange flowers, the brighter the pink should be. One great combination is to use bright orange lilies in combination with hot pink stargazer lilies. These are such large flowers that it would only take a few stems of each to make the perfect sized bouquets for your attendants. (Just be sure that they all like the distinctive scent of the stargazers.)
As bright as it is, orange can be a fantastic addition to any bridal party. Whether you choose to go with orange bridesmaid dresses, bouquets, or both, you will find that the cheerful nature of orange will make your wedding feel even more festive and fun.


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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Fuchsia and Orange Weddings

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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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Orange Bridesmaid Dresses - Add a Fresh Squeeze to Your Special Day!

Orange Bridesmaid Dresses - Add a Fresh Squeeze to Your Special Day


Orange Bridesmaid dresses are bringing life and color to weddings. This vivid lively color is making an appearance on fashion runways for this next season. There are plenty of ways to apply Orange when dressing your bridal party. We'll show you how to decide the right hue, color palette and list a few examples of great ways to use this fun energetic color to dress your bridal party.


Orange Bridesmaid Dresses - Add a Fresh Squeeze to Your Special Day
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There are a great number of shades of Orange, and loads of colors that will pair well to create an attractive combo for your orange bridesmaid dresses.

Reddish paprika, and dazzling bright orange and tangerine are ideal for spring and summer weddings. Think of blending these brighter shades with grass green, yellow, white or bright pink. For a daring one of a kind modern appearance use a turquoise, vibrant teal, or grey.

Orange Bridesmaid Dresses - Add a Fresh Squeeze to Your Special Day
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Orange Bridesmaid Dresses - Add a Fresh Squeeze to Your Special Day
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If you are preparing a fall wedding then a warm rust color, or pumpkin may be appropriate. It's a usual fall color and looks particularly nice if paired with Burnt Yellow, Dark Sage Green, Dark Purple, and Ivory. If you adore the color Orange exclusively, we love the thought of using a palette of mixed Orange shades.
From light peachy oranges to bright colorful tones, it gives the color center stage, and makes for an exceptional look.

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Now, for the orange bridesmaid dresses themselves. If your girls have the complexion to do it, then orange from head to toe is the way to go! A brilliant bouquet in an accent color will appear attractive and astounding against orange.

If orange just isn't a color your girl's can wear easily, then try using it as an accent. A waist wrap, shoes and jewelry, or maybe just a bold orange bouquet is enough to pull off the look you are going for.
Any way you choose to use orange it will bring an exciting on trend look to your wedding.

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Monday, September 22, 2014

Orange Wedding Decor For Every Season

If you are looking for a color that can add flair to your wedding, take a look at orange. Either on its own, or in conjunction with an other color, orange can be a really terrific wedding color. This is a look at some ways to use orange wedding decorations for every season.

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When you think of spring, your mind probably goes to pastels. But there is nothing to say that a spring wedding cannot be designed with brighter colors. A pop of bright orange would look fantastic when paired with a pale blue. The look is fresh, current, and distinctive. A great way to combine the two colors is with a signature pattern that is used throughout the wedding. An orange, pale blue, and white stripe would look wonderful for table linens. Or you could go more formal with a large brocade motif designed in your wedding colors. This would be stunning for the invitations and the wedding cake.

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Orange is a great color for summer, as it is cheery and fun. In this season, it needs no softer color to tone it down. Bright orange gerbera daisies would make for centerpieces as carefree as a summer afternoon. Real oranges can be used as decorative accents. Fill the vase for the centerpieces with bright oranges for a fun and interesting design. If you are working with oranges, think about including their white flowers into your bouquet. Orange blossoms represent fertility, and are one of the most traditional wedding flowers.

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Orange can be a fun and fresh color for summer bridesmaid dresses as well. Crisp cotton strapless dresses in a cream and orange print will look as summery as a creamsicle. Finish off the look with bridesmaid jewelry gifts created from orange Swarovski crystals and cream pearls. The biggest trend in bridesmaid jewelry right now is clustered gems, which make fabulous gifts that your friends will surely adore.

There are so many ways to design an autumn wedding using orange that it might be hard to choose. Think of the crisp fall leaves, the fall pumpkins, pots of orange mums and more. Orange in combination with shades of autumnal gold and russet will create a homey and inviting atmosphere for your guests. It can be used in a rustic style, or a burnt orange can be paired with deep espresso and metallic bronze accents for a rich and sophisticated effect.

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Even winter brides can use orange decorations for their weddings. Orange and terra cotta roses with hypericum berries is a beautiful way to use this color family. Other ideas for orange winter weddings include mini mango calla lilies, orange orchids, and orange tulips. These flowers will brighten a drab winter's day and add style and sophistication to your wedding. It makes a nice departure from the typical red winter wedding floral palette, especially if you are trying to avoid a Christmasy look for your d├ęcor.

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So you see, orange is actually a very versatile color. It is bold and unexpected, which adds to its appeal when you are creating a unique and personal wedding design. Once you start looking at all of the ways in which orange can be used to make a wedding feel fun and festive, you might just decide that it is the perfect color for your own wedding.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Unique Flowers For Your Orange Wedding

When the time comes that you are finally getting married, you may find that everything that you have planned in your mind several years back are not anymore applicable to your current style and taste. You may have always dreamed of having a pastel colored wedding but now, you are eying something more bold and daring such as orange perhaps.

But then, you are somewhat worried because you have no idea what orange flowers to use for your wedding. Do not fret, this guide on unique orange flower arrangement will help you find the perfect adornment for your spectacular orange wedding.

Glowing Bouquet
Orange blooms create a dramatic and spirited atmosphere. The flowers' striking contrast with the bride's lovely white gown can produce a stunning effect. This makes them wonderful to use for the bride's bouquet.
White, peach, and orange roses would probably be the top among the list of bouquet flowers for an orange wedding. But if you want something unique and exotic, there is a wide range of orange flowers to choose from.

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For the bride's bouquet, you can combine yellow and orange calla lilies with cherry red hypericum berries and orange roses. Arrange these flowers in a nice round bouquet. Add some greens to it. Tie it with a bright orange satin or organza ribbon.

Another option would be to have red dahlias, orange calla lilies, and golden black-eyed Susans arranged loosely on an autumn inspired bouquet. If you do not want the colors to be too intense, you can include some green hydrangea blossoms to even out the look. Design the bouquet using a white or yellow silk ribbon.
You can also make use of different orange shades of tulips and then mix them with some orange and yellow dahlias for an enthusiastic and colorful bouquet.

Exquisite Flower Decors
Orange flowers are also the perfect option for decoration as these vibrant blooms can surely liven up the ambiance and create a dramatic and charming backdrop for this exquisite occasion. Whether you are planning to have romantic atmosphere or a robust and fiery one, there are different types of orange flowers to suit your needs.

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Dazzling blossoms of orange dahlias, orange montbretia, orange cockscomb, peach roses, and peach parrot tulips can create a glorious flower arrangement with a very cheerful color palette. Fresh green gladiolus can make the look a little subdued. You can use this arrangement for decorating the altar, the pews, or the reception area.

Orange Roses
For the table centerpiece, you can make use of succulent blooms of orange calla lilies coupled with red, yellow, and white roses neatly arranged in a square glass vase. Place orange votive candles around the centerpiece for a more stunning effect.

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Other unique orange flowers that you can mix and match into floral arrangements include orange long gloriosa lilies, dahlias, amaranthus, alstroemeria and Asiatic lilies, and buffalo orange vanda orchids.
White roses, red and gold saffron, geranium foliage, red dendrobium orchids, pale yellow tulips, and peach dahlias are just some of the add-ons you can put in to provide a more varied palette to the flower arrangements.

Orange is such a bright and festive color that many brides aspire to have an orange wedding. It is actually the perfect shade for couples who want to have a wedding that would stand out among the rest. Choose beautiful and stunning orange flowers to complete your special day.


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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Orange Wedding Decor For Every Season

If you are looking for a color that can add flair to your wedding, take a look at orange. Either on its own, or in conjunction with an other color, orange can be a really terrific wedding color. This is a look at some ways to use orange wedding decorations for every season.

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When you think of spring, your mind probably goes to pastels. But there is nothing to say that a spring wedding cannot be designed with brighter colors. A pop of bright orange would look fantastic when paired with a pale blue. The look is fresh, current, and distinctive. A great way to combine the two colors is with a signature pattern that is used throughout the wedding. An orange, pale blue, and white stripe would look wonderful for table linens. Or you could go more formal with a large brocade motif designed in your wedding colors. This would be stunning for the invitations and the wedding cake.

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Orange is a great color for summer, as it is cheery and fun. In this season, it needs no softer color to tone it down. Bright orange gerbera daisies would make for centerpieces as carefree as a summer afternoon. Real oranges can be used as decorative accents. Fill the vase for the centerpieces with bright oranges for a fun and interesting design. If you are working with oranges, think about including their white flowers into your bouquet. Orange blossoms represent fertility, and are one of the most traditional wedding flowers.

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Orange can be a fun and fresh color for summer bridesmaid dresses as well. Crisp cotton strapless dresses in a cream and orange print will look as summery as a creamsicle. Finish off the look with bridesmaid jewelry gifts created from orange Swarovski crystals and cream pearls. The biggest trend in bridesmaid jewelry right now is clustered gems, which make fabulous gifts that your friends will surely adore.

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There are so many ways to design an autumn wedding using orange that it might be hard to choose. Think of the crisp fall leaves, the fall pumpkins, pots of orange mums and more. Orange in combination with shades of autumnal gold and russet will create a homey and inviting atmosphere for your guests. It can be used in a rustic style, or a burnt orange can be paired with deep espresso and metallic bronze accents for a rich and sophisticated effect.

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Even winter brides can use orange decorations for their weddings. Orange and terra cotta roses with hypericum berries is a beautiful way to use this color family. Other ideas for orange winter weddings include mini mango calla lilies, orange orchids, and orange tulips. These flowers will brighten a drab winter's day and add style and sophistication to your wedding. It makes a nice departure from the typical red winter wedding floral palette.

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So you see, orange is actually a very versatile color. It is bold and unexpected, which adds to its appeal when you are creating a unique and personal wedding design. Once you start looking at all of the ways in which orange can be used to make a wedding feel fun and festive, you might just decide that it is the perfect color for your own wedding.