The Mediterranean is full of so much romance and beauty- it’s hard to not be inspired by this beautiful area of the world. Well Amanda Douglas Events took this inspiration, combined it with a color palette of Pantone colors Celosia Orange and Dazzling Blue, and created some absolutely stunning Mediterranean inspired orange and blue wedding ideas that are just breathtaking! And lucky for us, Victoria Anne Photography captured the colors, design and details perfectly- you don’t want to miss this loveliness!
From Amanda Douglas Events:
Classic lasting elegance is indispensable to this theme. When choosing the location for the wedding decide on one with neutral color but detailing on the walls. White is a great wall shade as it will make accents in the room pop in comparison. The walls for this shoot had beautiful detailing printed into it, and added to the romantic mediterranean feel. Warmth from the room is emitted from every detail, including the simple aged wooden table. To tie the bride into the theme she dressed in a grecian inspired wedding gown with an empire waist and flowing bottom half. Effortlessly her hair was tossed over her shoulder with spiraling loose curls falling down her side. Sweet white treats adorned with edible gold paint sends your taste buds to those rolling hills of the mediterranean. Placing these treats on white plates makes them pop in comparison to the warmth of the wooden table. Flowers in the bright Pantone colors Celosia Orange and Dazzling Blue tie the theme together. Placing them in gold, white, and blue vases keep these stunning flowers as the centre of attention. When choosing flowers, mix and match textures, shapes, sizes, and colors. It is this variety that will create depth and intrigue your guests. The Mediterranean Romance theme mixes simplicity with a vibrant warmth. At an event such as this expect you guests to be grinning ear to ear, while enjoying the flowers, and decadent treats.
Isn’t all of this amazing? I just love the unique color palette- who would have thought that orange and blue could be so gorgeous and chic?!
I’m definitely a fan of unexpected color palettes… what do you think of them? Are any of you using a unique color palette for your own wedding? I’d love to hear!
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