Something old…something new…something red, white, and blue! Happy Birthday, America! In honor of the fourth of July I have put together a couple of my favorite red, white, and blue weddings from our last few years because what wedding planner doesn't love a good cheesy theme...
When most people think of using red in their wedding color scheme they think dramatic, romantic, and classic. The first thing that comes to mind is red roses or deep wine colors, but you are not limited to just that. This bride decided that a red dress was more her style! She chose a beautiful bright red dress, a casual food truck from Hola Latin Street Food, and simple décor to fit her laid back South West vibe. The ceremony was held at the lovely Noerenberg Gardens flower garden. I love the way this bride thought outside of the box and used red in her design in a lively, bright, and fun way!
The "nearly all white" wedding has become a trend lately. Many brides are keeping linens, décor, fashion, floral, and more all inside the neutral family; whether that is ivory, cream, snow white, or blush. A neutral wedding creates a soft, romantic, and clean look that can save you money on rentals since most caterers/venues provide white linens already. This beautiful wedding held at The Ridges at Sand Creek was mostly white with hints of various shades of blue in her floral by Stems and Vines, The bride loved the light, timeless, and airy look.
One of the 2016 Pantone colors of the year is Serenity which is a blueish hue and Navy was the color I most often saw for men’s wedding attire, so I had a lot of blue colored weddings to choose from. I absolutely had to choose the wedding at the Twin’s stadium because what is more all American then a baseball themed wedding! This couple really personalized every detail to show their mutual passion: from the home plate guest book to the table numbers being stadium sections. Check out that adorable cake topper!
Have a safe and Happy 4th of July! Until next time...happy planning!
Cover Image Credit: Laura Ann Photography