Picking Your Wedding Palette
SpringGetting started: There may still be a nip in the air, so your palette could reflect a pale, wispy T-shirt under your favorite cotton sweater in a dark, chunky yarn. The print of your favorite sundress might also offer a good color combination.
Real Simple suggests: A take on sunny skies: aqua blue and ivory with a burst of orange (shown). Add gold for some luster.
Also consider: Various shades of green to reflect budding trees and flowers; green with pink for a happy, preppy vibe.
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