HOW YOU CAN USE VIVID CONTRASTS ON YOUR WEDDING, CREATING AN OUTSTANDING RESULT
Today we are exploring in our collections a fresh approach on wedding planning and décor, this of vivid contrasts on your wedding. Easy to apply and smart as a choice, vivid contrasts can make all the difference and help you create a remarkable, unforgettable, enviable final stamp.
As this week comes to an end, so does May and, along with it, spring. Summer is finally here, filled with hope for new experiences and brighter days, and we deeply wish our world will recover from all the things that it has been through so far, soon enough to allow us to enjoy the sun and the crystal-clear Greek waters.
So, before you do anything else today, dive into our wedding collection above to get some amazing wedding ideas for your destination wedding in Greece. The images you are about to see prove you do not have to overdo it on your wedding decoration in order to create a supreme, elegant final result. On the contrary, you just need to know how to use the small details that, indeed, make all the difference in the world!
Vivid Contrasts on your Wedding that will Make Everything Shine
To begin with, you need to know how to use these vivid contrasts on your wedding, in order to make sure the final result will be the one you wish it to be. Therefore, keep in mind you can use vivid and dark colors as much as you like, provided that they are combined with a simple and light-colored background.
With this in mind, you can have a total white stationery with dark red details, as the one seen on the images above. You can mostly apply this rule with vivid-colored flowers in a total white bouquet or floral decoration, which will enhance the initial idea and create a special, extra stylish final result.
Finally, you can even apply this rule on your wedding table, as well as the groom’s costume, always using a neutral color as a base and a vivid dark one as a brushstroke in order to achieve the perfect and unique final contrast you wish for.
Discover all the combinations you can do in the slide show above and explore our wedding blog for full inspiration. Find out more HERE.