For a warm-weather wedding, we love to use Watercolor Confetti in Peach as inspiration. This style uses pastel and muted colors without being monotonous. The textured confetti adorning each invitation adds the perfect amount of whimsy and elegance. Here is what we would recommend for a Watercolor Confetti wedding:
- Color scheme
We found that blush, peach, and a dusty blue work incredibly well together. Implement a few gold elements if you’re craving a bit of formality. Be sure to pair these bright colors with subdued hues such as sage to create depth and balance.
- Bridesmaid dresses
If you intend to integrate such a colorful theme into your decorations, keep the bridesmaid dresses a muted color. Blush dresses in the right tint can be incredibly flattering without being overwhelming. Other alternatives would be a soft gray or a dusty blue.
Watercolor Confetti is all about contrast and balance. For your bouquet, try pairing earthy succulents with light roses, pink tulips, spray roses, and ranunculus. Keep the form of your bouquet organic, with a few elements (such as ferns or tiny flowers) sticking out.
We love the idea of a naked wedding cake – specifically a funfetti naked wedding cake. The exposed layers highlights the different speckles of color creating an element of whimsy. If you aren’t a fan of funfetti, adorn your wedding cake with flowers similar to that of your bouquet.
Contrast the whimsical wedding decor with a rustic venue. Tie in the Watercolor Confetti theme by setting up larger-than-life balloons in your wedding colors. If you’re planning an outdoor wedding, decorate the guests chairs with pastel-colored streamers.