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For the modern bride, her color palette has evolved to include some shades from the spectrum that aren’t as typical. Orange is one of the bright new colors that many brides are considering as the backdrop to their wedding. Orange can be used in a variety of shades, and it works with almost any season of the year. There are other colors that work well as complements to orange if you’re thinking of two colors for the design of your nuptials. Once you’ve gotten your engagement ring on your finger, it’s time to get to work and personalize the planning of your dream day. Shutterfly can help you get some inspiration with unique wedding invitations and thank you cards to get your planning started.
For the chic bride, orange may be the perfect color to represent a new union. A fun chevron invitation in orange could be the perfect way to set off the celebration. Stylish and unique, orange and a second color, like teal or brown, could be the perfect tones for a fun and whimsical style. A bouquet of eye-catching orange tiger lilies would certainly be memorable. Under your bridal white gown, you may want to wear a pair of orange heels as an added touch.
The great thing about orange is that it can match more than one season. A bright and vibrant orange works great for a summer beach wedding, while a more muted orange is perfect for the harvest colors of fall. If you’re planning a fall wedding, consider an invitation that uses the pretty petals that match your wedding bouquet flowers of orange daisies or carnations. Cover your cake in sugary orange petals and flowers to customize the theme. Bright orange pumpkins arranged in centerpiece style make great focal points for your tables at the reception. There are plenty of options if you love orange that could make your wedding unique.