May is time of flowers and floral decor is right what we need to feel fresh and happy. We always think about centerpieces, arches, table settings but what about smaller details like chair decor? Choose the same flowers to decorate the chairs – it’s a cool idea to continue the wedding theme and colors and enjoy the lush. Add the decorations you like – draperies, mason jars, burlap, lace, ribbon – everything you like, even signs or wreaths.
With the focus on pretty posies, we have identified a gorgeous color palette perfect for the popular month of May.You just need to focus on your wedding theme and you will get amazing wedding photos with these backgrounds!
If you guys are romantic types, there is probably no better theme for you then pink. There’s something very charming, lovely and sweet about that color, which isn’t too sugary or schmaltzy but very pretty and tender.
A clean and simple palette, which uses the flower of the month; the white lily! They are such a statement flower which means you can do everything in white, or if you want to introduce that natural light green and lemon that you find in lilies.
A popular color all year round. This shade of purple should not be overlooked for a spring wedding. There are so many beautiful shades of purple this time of year making it easy to bunch a beautiful bouquet together.
Although we often think of summer when it comes to sunflowers, May is a great month to introduce a little vibrancy into your venue and the sunflower yellow is a gorgeous shade that is flattering for bridesmaids.
It can be made as vibrant as you like or in pastel shades due to its natural variation in color, giving brides more flexibility on the color and an easy choice of bouquet flowers.
We love this color idea for May, it’s such a beautiful shade of pink and peonies make such beautiful bouquets. Try introducing the color with white and make the most of the peony motif on invitations and place cards.
Romantic, fresh, ethereal, and absolutely timeless… These are just some of the words that come to mind when talking about green