Sunday, February 21, 2010

Yellow and White Wedding: Four Variations on a theme

As I mentioned in my post below, my father will be married soon, and I am lucky enough to have the opportunity to help (remotely at least...). So, I have come up with four "inspiration boards" on the yellow and white theme.

I tried as best as I could to link the photos (and give credit where credit was due), however... I have spent a lot of time pouring over photos, so I may not have been able to capture all of them. Please accept my apologies if I did not give proper credit for the photos displayed here.

Wedding  #1: A Classic Yellow and White Wedding
I envision this wedding to be very simple, primarily white with a soft and subtle sprinkling of pale yellow's.


Wedding #2: Country Chic
Truth be told, I think this is my favorite yellow and white wedding concept. I think it mostly comes from my love of gingham (which I would spatter around... not overboard of course!) I also love it's casual feeling, which is most appropriate for this informal springtime wedding.

Bouquet ; Boutonniere; Invitations; Sunny Bouquet; Felt Cuff Bouquet, Casual Table Settings; Gingham Centerpieces

Wedding #3: Modern Wedding
Now that I have compiled all these photos... I am not sure "modern" is the right way to describe this wedding? Well... judge for yourself!


Ring CakeInvitations, Centerpieces, Bouquet, Boutonniere

Wedding #4: "Wildcard" Navy Blue and Yellow Wedding
In my wild search for photos, I continued to come across a combination of Navy Blue and Yellow, and fell in love with it. So, I am including it as well... because I think it is amazingly fresh, while easily balancing both an elegance while remaining casual.
Table Settings, Casual Table Setting, Invitations, Bridesmaids Dresses

Photo Credits: She and He Plan Weddings

2 comments:

Corinne said...

Where have you been! Finally - a post! and, a great one! :)
GO to our3cs.blogspot.com and check our her link to her featured wedding. Yellow. Adorable, and simple. :) I fell in love with it.

for travel's sake said...

I think green and white is prettier! (I would be bad at making a blog like this...I would always be talking about my wedding...)