How To (Inf)Use Your Tropical Beach Wedding With Your Wedding Accent Color
At weddings, first impressions are often visual.
Your guests will be traveling a long way to join the fun of your destination wedding in Tahiti, so their journey throughout the various events you’ve planned for them to attend must be carefully designed so that they recognize your own style and personalities all along the way. You want your guests to remember your tropical beach wedding as one that was really true to you, and to have a memorable destination wedding experience.
Today I’ll share some advices on how to infuse your tropical beach wedding with your wedding accent color… and when I say “infuse” that really means little touches here and there that bring the overall look together, as opposed to everything coral, or everything red, or everything teal… ya know, when it’s a little too much.
1. The Flower Girl Dress
Kids are adorable, no matter what they wear… but if you can find or – like in the below photo, have your mom – sew a dress that is your exact wedding accent color to fit your flower girl, watching her trying to make her way down the aisle can be a true highlight of your wedding ceremony.
Photo Credit Stephen Govel
2. The Bouquet
This goes without saying. Your choice of flowers, either for a bouquet or the boutonnieres will of course include some blooms in your wedding color. Again, not going full monocolor but including your accent color among other shades.
Photo Credit : Helene Havard
Signage is key… and the one thing –supposedly- all your guests will be looking at.
Photo Credit: wedOtahiti
If you choose to have a candlelit dinner, you can simply add some colored ribbons or laces around your white or ivory pilar candles, or add a few votive candle holders in your chosen accent color to the table.
Photo Credit : wedOtahiti
5. Table Centerpieces
More flowers on your tables matching the bride’s/grooms flowers, and your wedding accent color, are the additional touch that will make your guests’ impression lasts.
Photo Credit: AngelM
There is no need to have the one color spread all over your wedding venue and over-used with props. Think slight and elegant touches.