Color Monday: Your Wedding Color Ideas

Categories Inspiration + Wedding Stationery

One of our favorite days of the week: Color Monday!

Last week on our MagnetStreet Weddings Facebook wall, you told us your wedding colors and we loved your combos so much, we decided to put them into today’s feature! Tell us what you think about using your color ideas on “Forest Ornament” Save the Date Magnet design.


Formal and fun! We adore these black, white, and red fusions.

Ashley: black and white with hints of red
Rhonda: black charcoal with a hint of apple red
Trisha: black and white, red as accent
Kailee: apple red, white and black



Soft and romantic … you ladies are spot on with these pastel pretties!

Kirsten: If we end up having a fall wedding then I’m leaning towards pink and gold.
Sheila: yellow for Good Friday, Easter Weekend.
Lissel: lavender!
Kris: light Beige, light pink and white!



These colorful combos are high energy and very gorgeous–not to mention thoughtful!

Caycey: apple red, orange, and fushia.
Kimberley: hot pink and orange (destination wedding).
Melanie: royal blue and buttercup yellow with accents of red.
Ariel: turquoise – in memory of my cousin ( her fav color) and orange-in memory of my grandfather (he was from Tennessee)



Elegant neutrals that POP with excitement …

Brittani: black, white & teal
Heather: turquoise and charcoal!
Jenn: deep purple and silver.
Tosha: black white silver and hot pink



Regal and Royal … full of glam with popular purple!

Julissa: blue (our fave color) and purple (in honor of my mom-it was her fave color)
Lindsay: deep purple and light green.
Jenny: lime-ish green and purples, and a little bit of ivory
Rebekah: 3 shades of purple and black


Cool shades of blue … cheerful and fun!

Kristine: forest green or maybe a bit lighter, and a deep blue
Maggie: capri/corn flower/shimmery blue and Ivory
Kylla: hot pink, light blue, and black
Rebecca: coral and blue


You all have great taste! Remember, you are free to try out your own color ideas on any of our wedding stationery. Go ahead and play with Save the Dates or Wedding Invitations using Design Studio–our online personalization tool.

Which of these color combos are your favorites?

Oh by the way, let’s connect on Facebook!



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Maid of Honor Duties

Categories Attendants + Resources + Wedding Planning

Maybe you’re wondering …

Who and What is a Maid of Honor? Unmarried, the Maid of Honor {MOH} is usually the bride’s sister or best friend. Through thick and thin, the MOH will attend to the bride–through planning and wedding day! The Matron of Honor is married.

Although each relationship is different and there are countless factors to consider for each situation, find below 14 of the top Maid of Honor duties plus 4 Bridesmaid duties.

Top 14 Maid of Honor Duties

1. Be there for her all the way through-  she chose you because she trusts you!
2. Go with the bride in search of THE dress, venue, etc.
3. Help the bride select the bridesmaid dresses.
4. Plan the wedding shower & bachelorette parties {planning, splitting the costs with the other bridesmaids}
5. Be the hostess with the mostest at all the parties, making sure everything runs smoothly.
6. Help keep the other bridesmaids organized & on time: fittings, parties, etc.
7. Spread the news- help spread the word on specific info i.e. registry info, an adults only event…
8. Help address save the date & invitation envelopes.

Wedding Day

9. Hold the bride’s bouquet & the groom’s wedding ring during the ceremony.
10. Attend to the bride’s train and veil- for perfect pictures, etc.
11. Toast the bride & groom at the reception.
12. From head to toe, help keep the bride looking beautiful on wedding day.
13. See to the safety of the gifts and wedding envelopes.
14. Be a best friend!

Top 4 Bridesmaid Duties

1. Attend parties- from engagement to rehearsal dinner.
2. Attend fittings, be on time and follow the bride’s timeline for ordering, etc. If you’ve got issues, field them through the Maid of Honor.
3. Help the Maid of Honor plan and pay for shower, bachelorette or any special parties or functions.
4. Do your best to remain cheery & gracious–even if you don’t feel like it.

Are you a Maid of Honor or a Bridesmaid? What would you add to these lists?

Mother of the Bride Duties,

Groom Duties + tips,

Top 12 Best Man Duties,