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August 22, 2019

Let the sun shine down on your big day by styling it

in yellow – it’s

the happiest hue this season!


Yellow is considered uplifting, cheerful and fun – all ideal attributes for a happy occasion, except that it can be a difficult shade to make look classy. 


Yellow on the rise

Yellow is a tricky colour to work with and most people don’t feel comfortable taking a risk with it on their wedding day.


Colour is the easiest way to inject energy into a wedding and nothing portrays sincere happiness better than yellow.

Statement style

This theme is ideal for couples who dare to be different, who are prepared to play with colour and


who are comfortable having their guests discuss their décor choices all night long! 

Wearing floral accessories instead of jewellery is a rising trend – they make for awesome photographs and are another way of ensuring your wedding is unique.


Blooming beautiful

Flowers are so important at weddings.  They are often the centre of attraction, on the tables, at least and must be in line with the overall wedding look.  Obviously spring and summer is associated with fresh flowers, and the variety of yellow blooms available during both seasons lends itself to the most creative bouquets and table displays. 


Colour Commitment

There is a move towards coloured wedding dresses. 

Stationery is another key element.


Style secrets

Don’t hold back!  If your yellow elements (flowers especially) look a little bright, wait until you see them set up – you’ll be surprised how much colour gets absorbed by a venue.  Besides, sometimes more is more.


Embrace colour, but use it wisely. 

If you really want a pastel dress but are colour shy, pair it with a white bouquet.  If you are worried about too much colour at the reception, keep everything in shades of white and stone, and add a yellow tulip here or there for the pop of colour.













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