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Eliza9917 Wed 09-May-18 15:22:17

Are you matching your bouquet colours to your decor/wedding colour?

Thoughts on not doing so?

I'm having a ribbon/brooch bouquet and was going to order it in lilac as that's the wedding colour, but now I've had another look at the website, I'm thinking red might look better, but I don't want red as the decor etc colour.

Would it look odd to have the reception decorated in lilac and white and/or silver but have a red bouquet?

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Cliveybaby Wed 09-May-18 15:30:10

Slightly... some people will notice but most probably won't care! You could have two/three colours?

Happygummibear Wed 09-May-18 15:42:55

Imo red doesn't really go with lilac.

My husband wanted a deep purple (not cadbury) as our colour but as it was a summer wedding I felt this was too dark so I mixed in lilacs which was a nice contrast.

I just think you need to be mindful of photos. If you don't care then go for it but if you like coordination etc then find something that works well with the lilac

sweetboykit Wed 09-May-18 15:48:18

I didn't match colour but everything was spring flowers.

Eliza9917 Wed 09-May-18 16:10:03

Red would go better with my dress and 'look'. Maybe I could have a red bouquet and blushes/rose etc as the other colour elsewhere.

I'm not fussed about it all matching, I'm not even bothered about the decorations, I was just going to put some balloons etc up so the coordinating colours are only really the trim on the flowergirls/pageboys outfits and the men's buttonholes. The cake will be a naked cake.

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Eliza9917 Wed 09-May-18 16:36:37

I've googled red satin ribbon bouquets and looked at the images and I'm going to go with lilac & white, or lilac, cadbury & teal.

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itallhappensforareason Thu 10-May-18 12:52:33

My flowers didn't match. My bridesmaids and flower girl were in pastel colours (5 different shades). I got a mocha sort of colour bouquet as I didn't want to get dragged in to the whole headache of trying to match it all. It went beautifully with my dress which was a 'cafe' colour and I just liked how I had something different. My bridesmaids had the same bouquets, just a smaller version and theirs were a warm ivory colour.

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