Ideas on combining wedding colors blue and yellow; with photos of real weddings where these colors have been mixed perfectly.
This article is a response to the wedding question submitted here asking about how to mix the colors blue and yellow for a white wedding.
It's interesting that yellow a color I never thought would even interest me as a wedding color is now a color that does interest me! I think yellow is a beautiful wedding color. Personally I'm always careful using colors that are too bold especially yellow. But this color doesn't seem so bold to me anymore and it's bright and colorful in pictures.
I can't exactly tell you the best way to use these two colors in your wedding, that is, how to mix them for your cake, your bridesmaids dress etc; that is a decision you'll have to make yourself. But hopefully the pictures of real weddings I included below will help you do that easily.
I also included photos of traditional Nigerian weddings where the colors blue and yellow was combined since the traditional wedding is the most important part of a Nigerian wedding.
Then more photos for how blue and yellow was used for a white wedding. You'll notice that in those pictures other colors where combined with the blue and yellow to make three colors. However when using three colors as you'll see in the pictures below you'll have to decide which of the three colors to make silent so that you have just a touch of it.
Some other colors you can combine with blue and yellow to make a third color are grey, pink, orange, cream etc.
I hope the pictures below helps you in deciding how you want to use those colors for your wedding. You can copy the exact way it was used in the pictures or better yet, let it inspire you to come up with your own unique style.
You will agree that the hall decorations above are very classy and creates that perfect mood for a wedding party. You'll think it's expensive to make a hall that beautiful but not really. Just the use of coloured lighting in your hall decorations can make all the difference. However that works perfectly if your reception is held in the evening when natural light is low and if the hall you choose to use doesn't have much light.
Image credits - munaluchibridal.com, thebridestree.com and jetfeteblog.com
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