Are you preparing for a fabulously enchanting and vibrant wedding and haven’t found yet the right colors or flowers to use for composing your bridal bouquet? Well, perhaps you should take a closer look at yellowish wedding bouquets. Playing with such a colored theme can be dangerous if you are not aware of the consequences implied by using too much of the yellow color in a wedding.
This because the yellow nuance is famous for its vivid and energizing effect and its stridency when used in bigger doses. This is why we always recommend brides who are planning a yellow themed wedding to use this color only as accents to a more neutral colored bouquet. Yellow is the nuance that stands for everything that screams energy, cheerfulness, splendor, brightness, grandeur, stridency, luminosity, happiness, joyfulness, youthfulness, playfulness, hope, optimism, vibrancy, vigor, power, enchantment, lightness, sensuality, truth, inspiration, femininity, natural charm, sophistication, gorgeousness, uniqueness or sparkle and glitter.
The yellow theme can work perfectly for all destination brides who are lucky to be planning a superb wedding on a beach, coast, island or anywhere else in the middle of the nature. And since so many couples decide in the end to spend the wedding day in a more natural location or venue perhaps this color here can truly save the day. You can mix the yellow vibrancy with another color more or less contrasting or complementary, depending on your preferences and on how vivacious and wild you want the wedding or you look to be in the end. Yellow looks absolutely charming when combined with shades of brown, cream, beige, black, purple, pale blue, lime, emerald, sage or mint green, blush pink, silver, pearl gray or bronze. White and yellow themed weddings are very popular these days.
You should be careful through that the yellow nuance can be found in lots of derived shades, some of them very close to the neighbor orange! You can even mix the yellow color with a few beautiful and enchanting orange stems just to bring even more glamour, glitter and enthusiast to the bouquet look and most of you to your face. There are lots of unique and natural types of flowers that can be found in the yellow color. And we are going to give you a few concrete examples in this regard: sweet peas, marigolds, ranunculuses, peonies, tulips, garden roses, orchids, hydrangeas, calla lilies, irises, narcissuses, pansies, gerbera daises, chrysanthemums, yarrows, sunflowers, asters or anemones.
You can make gorgeous and eye-catchy yellowish wedding bouquets using these types of blooms and you according to the season, theme, location and formality you are planning for your wedding. Make sure that you use the yellow in the correct doses and not exaggerate in one way or another with the stridency of the arrangements and obtain a horrible ostentatious effect.