Color Monday: Southern Style Wedding Inspiration

Mar 31 2014

Happy “Color Monday” ya’ll. Today we’ve got some good ole fashioned southern wedding and color inspiration for you. Love you like biscuits & gravy is a fun board that features a cheerful color scheme of coral, pink and tea green. Adding a little southern to your wedding might look a little like this … saying your “I Do’s” under a canopy of live oaks, feasting on a BBQ buffet, walking amid cascading blooms, and being sent off in a vintage getaway truck. Charming traditions and vintage details epitomize these sweet events and that is probably why we love southern weddings as much as we love biscuits & gravy! Setting a country chic tone for our inspiration today is a Rectangle Invitation from the Sweet as Pie Stationery Suite.

What do you think about coral, pink and tea green for setting the tone for a spring or summer wedding?

Spring or summer wedding colors and inspiration.

 

Stationery Suite Details

Sweet as Pie design suite is full of character and cheer. With its kraft paper look, graphic dots and florals, and scalloped lace edging, this suite is full of eclectic charm. Sweet and romantic, this invitation and suite sets the tone for a romantic vintage wedding. See the suite personalized in this coral, carnation and tea green color scheme.

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Spring or summer wedding color scheme of coral, pink and green.



Credits
With permission to use their photography, much thanks to …

Heart Biscuit by Amalie Orrange Photography {via Wedding Chicks}
All other photos by Landon Jacob Photography {via loverly}

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