I’m a rule breaker when it comes to design and sometimes even the traditional wedding rules. You know, the ‘don’t wear white after Labor Day rule’ kind of thing. All of us here at Emery’s Buffalo Creek think that it would just take a little tweaking of your colors and you will still love them on your new wedding date! Your planner can assist you to help Re-Plan your wedding during COVID-19.
If you are just itching a little bit about your wedding colors and you’re JUST not sure. Now, during this downtime, is the perfect time to re-focus on your wedding theme and reach out to your planner if you have one.
Due to the COVID-19 and having to move your wedding date, quite possibly the bridesmaid’s dresses have already been purchased but this is one purchase you or your maids should not worry about.
Talk to your florist and make your new challenge a FUN one (that is if you want to)!
Keep in mind if you planned a summer wedding that the floral industry has been impacted in a major way. Many flower farmers world wide had to plow their crops under; Spring is usually a big season for production. You may have to rely on your floral designer’s expertise to put together something delightful for you. We will talk about color harmonies to help you along.
Update on the Flower industry! Flowers distributors are back up and running – almost back to full capacity and I am excited to digging my hands to some gorgeous flowers again!
First, let’s talk about the color wheel a bit.
For now, we are going to look at 3 simple ways you can look at colors that affect the mood of your wedding. Monochromatic, Analogous, and Complimentary – sounds scary but it is not!
You may have dreamed of a Spring wedding, but I am here to tell you that Spring colors can still look fabulous in the Fall.
Again, I say rules are out the window if you are determined to keep your Spring wedding plans! It is YOUR day!
If you do not have a planner, here is a great tool for Brides that will help you Re-Plan your wedding during COVID-19. No shortage on Love!
Happy Wedding Planning,
Patti ~ XOXO